A Sephardic Passover Meat Pie

A Sephardic Passover Meat Pie

Marcia Weingarten, Jewish&, 04/11/2016

For one Greek Jewish family, this casserole has been a seder staple for years.

From Monsey to Istanbul

From Monsey to Istanbul

Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein, Jewish&, 07/29/2015

Whenever I visit somewhere new, whether in my country of origin or somewhere foreign, I typically stand on the periphery at first to “take it all in.”

Sephardic Dreamers and Turks First on Line for Portugal Citizenship

Sephardic Dreamers and Turks First on Line for Portugal Citizenship

Cnaan Liphshiz, The Forward, 04/09/2015

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Turkey: Great Synagogue welcomes faithful after 50 years

Turkey: Great Synagogue welcomes faithful after 50 years

Webmast, Anadolu Agency, 03/26/2015

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The Sultan’s Curse

The Sultan’s Curse

Rabbi Ruth Abusch-Magder, Jewish&, 11/26/2013

Iris Aluf Medina was born and raised in Turkey and now lives in San Francisco.

Seattle Sephardic hazzan visits Carleton College

Seattle Sephardic hazzan visits Carleton College

Dr. Maureen Jackson, Stroum Center for Jewish Studies, 04/22/2013

The Athenaeum, a hall on the main floor of Gould Library, filled to capacity, as students, faculty, and community members wandered in to hear Isaac Azose speak and sing.

Turkish Memories, Jewish Food

Turkish Memories, Jewish Food

Joan Nathan, Tablet Magazine, 03/28/2012

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Food of Istanbul for Tu B’Shevat

Food of Istanbul for Tu B'Shevat

Gloria Korbin, Joy of Kosher, 02/06/2012

The smells and tastes of the fresh spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits in the Turkish market linger in my nose, on my tongue and in my mind.

Turkish Rosh Hashanah Delights

Turkish Rosh Hashanah Delights

Ruth Abusch-Magder, Forward, 09/26/2011

According Gilda Angel, the author of the “Sephardic Holiday Cooking,” Turkish Jewish cuisine, which relies on bright flavors of vegetables, side lining the heavy spices that dress up other Middle Eastern Jewish culinary traditions, is the perfect way to give the New Year a bright bold fresh start.