Six years in the making, Joan Nathan’s new cookbook, King Solomon’s Table, is her most extensive and visually appealing yet, and takes readers on a journey of Jewish kitchens through time.
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Since summer 2016, Adas Israel Congregation’s Hesed Cooking Team has gathered volunteers about once a month to prepare meals, which are then frozen and delivered to community members in need.
Lasagna doesn’t need to be a time-consuming dish to prepare. In this recipe, store-bought sauce works well with no guilt as all the vegetables and cheese add lots of flavor. Slice or grate your own fresh veggies or buy them already prepped, but make sure they are sliced thinly so they will cook through. And…
Pumpkin is full of surprises: it’s ancient, it’s a fruit (!) and not just for Halloween and Thanksgiving, it’s been part of Sephardic Jews’ holiday meals—including Chanukah!—for a long time.
Pumpkin is a favorite ingredient in Sephardic cooking, found in cakes, soups, stews, puddings, jams and pancakes. Sephardic Jews include the fall fruit in dishes for Rosh Hashanah and Sukkot. At Chanukah, Syrian Jews are fond of savory pumpkin patties (kibbet yatkeen) while Sephardim from Turkey and Greece make deep-fried pumpkin fritters or sweet pancakes,…
Need a recipe for blintzes, chicken soup, kugels or brisket? Want to add a Sephardic dish to your menu? You can find all these recipes and more in the Washington Post Food section.
Visit a Sephardic home for break-fast, and you’ll probably find guests easing slowly out of the fast with a sweet drink followed by a rich meal and an abundant dessert selection—no bagels!
There are many variations for this cake that is a Sephardic cousin of the Eastern European honey cake. This recipe has no eggs, being based on a very old way of baking cakes. Some add a few whole eggs while others still separate the eggs, beating the whites to create a lighter cake. There are recipes…
Even after co-founding and serving as CEO of Honest Tea, Bethesda local Seth Goldman isn’t done building mission-driven businesses. Now, as a leader at Beyond Meat, he’s on a plant-based mission.
Once a lawyer, Abby Cherner left the profession and started At Home with Abby, offering cooking and hosting classes that are complete with good food and drink, mingling and a take-home recipe binder.