Dukkah's got spices, seeds, salt and nuts, and it'll take everything from chicken to dressing to soup to another level.
Hungary’s Dobos torte inspired a Jewish baker to create a cake beloved by New Orleans.
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After decades of patient waiting, a Brazilian and an American find each other. Now a baby’s on the way.
Victor Schoenfeld of the Golan Heights Winery shares his recipe for the classic Shabbat stew, and suggests pairing it with Yarden’s Pinot Noir.
In prewar Hungary, everyone minced the meat by hand when the craving for stuffed peppers became too powerful to ignore.
Food, Family And Tradition tells the story of the Hungarian refugees who owned the midwest’s largest kosher grocery store.
Study our tips for guaranteed success making this traditional, and deceptively simple, dish.
Celebrate fruit in the middle of the winter at your Tu B'Shvat seder.
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