Middle Eastern and Jewish ingredients augment the classic American Thanksgiving staple foods, for a meal that’s both kosher and offers plenty of filling options for your vegetarian/vegan guests.
How do you come up with your menu for the high holidays? Do you use your grandmother’s recipes? Or is it all new, from the latest cookbook? Do you craft…
Looking for Rosh Hashanah dinner ideas? Jewish Food Experience® contributors have put together six themed menus to make your decision process easier. Pick one and stick with it, or mix and…
The turkey is the big Thanksgiving centerpiece, but for most people it’s not even the highlight of the meal. Save turkeys and tradition at the same time with these five vegan turkey substitutes.
On their recent vacation Stephanie and her family didn’t just travel through Israel; they also traveled through time. Visiting Abraham’s tent in the desert they enjoyed this chicken with date syrup.
Cooking is a wonderful way to create new Jewish experiences and memories with your own kids. JFE and PJ Library® have teamed up to bring you kid-friendly recipes to get your family in the kitchen for these special moments.
Move over, matzah brei. We asked some local foodies to share recipes that will keep the eight days of Passover meals internationally flavored, seasonally appropriate, exciting and, of course, delicious.
Four chefs battled while 75 area restaurants chopped, baked, whipped and fried unique dishes for over 1,500 people at DC Central Kitchen’s annual fundraising feast.
[A COMMUNITY COOKBOOK STORY] Israel has been kind to Stella Shurhavetsky, but she still misses her native Russia, so she has turned her home into a center of Russian language, music and cuisine.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could taste watermelons before buying them, like in Israel in the past? Watermelon that isn’t sweet disappoints, but when turned into granita it awakens Leah’s childhood memories.