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Global Inspired

The 2019 Jewish
Cooking Bible

A New Jewish Cooking Bible, 2019 Style

Leah Koenig’s celebrated new cookbook is a tome of 400 Jewish recipes from around the world that represent Jewish cooking here and now, beyond what we think of as “Ashkenazi” or “Sephardic.”

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Global Inspired

Israeli Food is More
Sababa Than Ever

Israeli Food is More <em>Sababa</em> Than Ever

Adeena Sussman’s colorful new cookbook, Sababa: Fresh, Sunny Flavors from My Israeli Kitchen, puts a bright and sunny spin on Israeli cuisine, celebrating produce, seasonality and that creative immigrant influence.

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Recipe of the Week

My untraditional, aromatic tzimmes recipe is lightly sweetened with honey and dried

Eating to Keep Heritage (Turkeys) Alive Holidays & Occasions

Eating to Keep Heritage (Turkeys) Alive

Twelve dollars a pound for heritage turkeys—what’s the big fuss? Having raised one and slaughtered it kosherly last year, Josh shares what makes heritage turkeys special, tastier and worth the price.

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Fall’s Most Loved (and Hated) Flavor Holidays & Occasions

Fall’s Most Loved (and Hated) Flavor

It started out with lattes (the famous PSL), and soon it was everywhere: waffles, cream cheese, even lip gloss… But do you know what’s in your pumpkin spice? Make your own, and you will!

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As American as Apple Pie Holidays & Occasions

As American as Apple Pie

An immigrant to the US, Leah loved Thanksgiving right away, but not so much apple pie. Even after finding a recipe she does like, she still keeps this Israeli-style apple crumb cake in the rotation.

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A Jewish–Inspired Thanksgiving Feast Holidays & Occasions

A Jewish–Inspired Thanksgiving Feast

As Russian Jews who moved to the US from Germany less than a decade ago, Thanksgiving was new to Annabel’s family. When they did adopt it, they added their own Russian Jewish twists.

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Heavy on the Gratitude, Turkey Optional Holidays & Occasions

Heavy on the Gratitude, Turkey Optional

Ari Weinzweig, co-founder of Zingerman’s Community of Businesses in Ann Arbor, won’t be hosting a huge Thanksgiving meal or eating turkey, but he will still indulge in a hearty serving of gratitude.

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