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Cholent

How to make Ashkephardic cholent – kosher Jewish chamin with Ashkenazi and Sephardic flavor influences. Slow cooked meat stew. Kosher, meat.

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Bubbie Ruth’s Mandel Bread

Mandelbrot cookies are an Ashkenazi Jewish dessert dating back to the early nineteenth century. Mandelbrot are closely related to the Italian cookies known as biscotti, which were first made in the Middle Ages. The word mandelbrot means almond (mandel) and bread (brot) in both German and Yiddish. In America, these tasty little cookies are known …

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Falafel

How to make crispy, delicious Middle Eastern Falafel the traditional way with chickpeas and spices. Includes step-by-step photos and recipes.

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Chicken and Noodles with Peas

Swedish Chicken & Noodles

Learn to make delicious and satisfying Chicken and Noodles from a Swedish family recipe. The ultimate comfort food. Kosher, affordable, tasty.

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Cheese Latkes

Cheese Latkes

Learn the history of latkes, dating back to 13th century Italy. Includes recipe for Italian-style ricotta cheese latkes. Kosher, dairy, Hanukkah.

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Candy Dreidels

Learn to adorable edible candy dreidels for Hanukkah with your kids using kosher marshmallows, Nutella, pretzels and gel icing! Family, crafts.

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Classic Latkes for the Jewish Holidays - Hanukkah Recipe

Classic Potato Latkes

Learn to make crispy, flavorful Jewish potato latkes for Hanukkah with potato shreds, schmaltz or vegetable oil, onions, matzo meal. Kosher.

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Mushroom Barley Soup Recipe

Mushroom Barley Soup

Mushroom Barley Soup – robust and flavorful deli-style soup. Chicken or vegetarian broth. Kosher, Jewish, healthy, comfort food, deli.

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Pumpkin Challah - Autumn Holiday Recipe for Thanksgiving, Thanksgivukkah

Pumpkin Challah

A mildly sweet, spice-scented Pumpkin Challah. Perfect for Sukkot, Thanksgiving, Thanksgivukkah or any autumn meal. Kosher.

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Book Review: Kosher Nation

The dietary laws found in the Torah have influenced the way Jews eat since Biblical times. These laws, known as kashrut, are the Biblical mandates required for making food kosher, or ritually pure for Jewish consumption. The degree to which a Jewish person follows the laws of kashrut will often depend on their level of …

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How to Poach Fish Fillets

Today I’m going to share one of my favorite Rosh Hashanah entrées with you. This idea evolved out of… well, a fish head, believe it or not! Every year, we buy a fish head and cook it specifically for the purpose of the blessing (we don’t actually eat the fish head, though some people do). …

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Susan Fedrow's Sweet and Sour Meatballs

Sweet and Sour Meatballs

Delicious sweet and sour meatballs with pineapple and chili sauce. Simple and tasty. Perfect easy appetizer or entree. Kosher, meat.

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