Growing up, Sherry’s mother would always have a bowl of soup bubbling away on the stove before a holiday meal. Mushroom barley was one of them. But it’s great for everyday meals, too.
Even before she met her non-Jewish bashert (soul mate), Stacey discovered that Christmas wasn’t just a day for Christians, but rather for everyone who wants to spend time with people they love.
Recipe of the Week
Combining the two greatest carbs in life, challah and scallion pancakes, this…
Family recipes, old and new, shine this season, as a multicultural family ensures their food traditions thrive across the generations. [Reprinted with permission from Edible DC Early Winter/Holiday 2014 issue.]
Chanukah in Italy does not mean latkes, but deep-fried, honey-coated bites of dough. Marcia came up with a special recipe that unites her Sicilian Catholic heritage and her more recently adopted Judaism.
It’s that time of year: when Christmas carols play nonstop everywhere you go. Here’s Laura Silver’s Jewish version of a classic carol—performed by classical singer Rachel Levine, too. Sing along!