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By submitting, you will automatically be added to a short mailing list. We may occasionally send emails inviting submitters to attend virtual meet-ups, Shabbat dinners, and cooking classes. We hope that these meet-ups will allow Jews of Color around the world to come together in celebration of their food-related traditions. You can also subscribe to […]
In high school, as a part of the Jewish United Fund’s Research Training Internship, one of the cookbook leaders, Alana, created a Jews of Color cook booklet, entitled Tzevayim (“colors” in Hebrew; accompanying video), collecting recipes from six women from Chicago. Using this high school project as a proof-of-concept stepping stone, today, our team has […]
The cookbook will be professionally designed and published by our organizer team. The content will feature the diversity of the Jewish community through the recipes and personal narratives of the submitters.
If your submission is selected for the cookbook, you will be notified via email once the submission window closes and will receive a free copy of the cookbook once it is published.
Unfortunately, we will not be able to accept all submissions, but submissions that are not included may be featured on the Jewish& blog. When we close the form, we will look through all the submissions and make careful decisions about what to include based on recipe quality and thematic issues. We will notify you when […]
We are looking for recipes that represent the intersectionality of Jewish identities. The goal is to understand what foods are part of your Jewish experience. We invite you to also submit additional content along with your recipe, such as a poem, photo, drawing, or short essay. If you need some inspiration, here are a few […]