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Nonnie’s Apricot Chicken

Recipe by Gracie Goldberg

Nonnie’s Apricot Chicken

Growing up, it was always a huge deal when we got to sleepover at Nonnie’s (my maternal grandmother) house in the foggy Marina neighborhood of San Francisco. Every time we went to Nonnie’s house we always requested three things for dinner, kasha and shells, donuts for desserts from our favorite spot on Chestnut Street and

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Fesenjoon

Recipe by Susan Barocas

<em>Fesenjoon</em>

Recipe contributed by Ellie Ashoori. Fesenjoon (also known as fesenjan) is a staple at Persian Jewish simchas—weddings and engagement parties, b’nai mitzvot and brits. There are two reasons. First, turkey is considered a more luxurious and gamey meat in Iran, and second, walnuts have always been considered a more pricey and festive ingredient (as is pomegranate

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Fried Baby Chicken (Backhendl)

Recipe by Lisa Goldberg

Fried Baby Chicken (<em>Backhendl</em>)

Recipe contributed by Anita Zweig. Anita is the grandmother of a friend of ours, and one of the many highlights of our testing year was going to Anita’s home in Sydney to cook with her. What a delight to meet her and what a privilege to hear her life story. We arrived in the morning

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Matzeballen (Traditional Dutch Matzah Balls)

Recipe by KOL Foods

<em>Matzeballen</em> (Traditional Dutch Matzah Balls)

Recipe contributed by Gidon van Emden. Born and raised in Amsterdam, Gidon is currently KOL Foods’ Customer Experience Manager and previously worked as a cook and kashrut supervisor. He shares, “These matzah balls are actually made from matzah, rather than from matzah meal alone. Because you crumble the matzahs yourself, they give a nice texture to

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Cuban Mojo Chicken

Recipe by KOL Foods

Cuban Mojo Chicken

Recipe submitted by Rabbi and Chef Avi Levy, who hosts the popular online kosher cooking video series, Avi’s Kosher Kitchen on YouTube. Avi has worked as a kosher butcher and as a chef in numerous restaurants and catering venues. His signature dishes often combine a Spanish and tropical influence with American and Israeli traditions.

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Schmaltz and Gribenes

Recipe by Emily Landsman

<em>Schmaltz</em> and <em>Gribenes</em>

Ah, schmaltz. That golden cooking fat so engrained in our Jewish culinary history. We now know that animal fats are not our healthiest options, but that makes schmaltz even more special to pull out for holiday dishes a few times a year. Don’t even think about what you’re eating when you snack on some delicious

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Coriander Chicken with Lemon and Sumac

Recipe by Jason Goodwin

Coriander Chicken with Lemon and Sumac

The Ottomans loved using coriander/cilantro, with its pungent fresh leaves and silky, warming seeds, but when the empire was abolished in 1923, it seemingly fell from grace and coriander leaves barely feature in modern Turkish cookery. Coriander goes well with the tart bite of lemon and sumac. Pul biber (Aleppo pepper) can be found in

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