With a toddler and a baby at home, Diana and her family have come up with ten modern ways to celebrate Shabbat that work for even the youngest members of the household.
Heather was excited to incorporate the flavors of her Southern upbringing into rugelach, that beloved cookie of her new Jewish culture, but along the way she hit more than a few bumps…
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Creamy cheese and roasted vegetable flavors burst forth from a delicious salty…
Passover’s over? Quick—go buy flour! As the holiday wraps up, Moroccan Jews host Mimouna parties with lavish tables of sweets and stacks of mufletas, thin pancakes made of the first post-holiday ingredients.
When it comes to superstitious rituals, the divide between Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews isn’t as wide as some might think. Case in point: bsisa and shlissel challah, two post-Passover practices to bring prosperity.
JFE® Advisory Council member and contributor Marcia Friedman recently released her new cookbook, which packs 100 “essential,” yet friendly and approachable, Jewish recipes spanning varied geographies, categories, cuisines and diets.