Potato Kubbah Days

Kubbah is the crowning glory of Iraqi cuisine and there are many different kinds.

Modern, Meatless, Melted Cabbage

The real creativity of the modern Israeli food scene is the reinvention of fresh vegetables from the Shuk into culinary masterpieces.

Memorable Merguez Shakshuka

The North African immigration to Israel, France and America has made merguez a popular staple in street food and barbecues.

The Pursuit of Cheesecake

What takes this cheesecake to heavenly heights is the garnish of delightfully citrusy bright orange sauce and sweet mango.

A Feta and Spring Vegetable Quiche for Mother’s Day

The beauty of a quiche for brunch or any meal, is that it can be prepared ahead of time and then reheated quickly.

Zesty Za’atar: Biblical Herb & Modern Seasoning

Herby, nutty, crispy, earthy, tangy Za’atar is the quintessential seasoning of the Israeli kitchen.

Mystical Mikvah: Old Traditions for New Beginnings

Every community has different traditions surrounding the Mikvah, but I really loved this Syrian Mikvah ceremony because it included everyone.

The Stinking Rose: The Great Garlic

Garlic is an indispensable ingredient in practically every recipe in every cuisine.

Heavenly Challah: Bake the Best Bread

The two challahs that we eat every Friday night and Saturday lunch represent the dewy Manna

Marvelous Macarons, From Baghdad With Love

In a world that has gone gaga for gluten-free all year long, this is a simple recipe for a deliciously, sophisticated cookie.

Passover Food in Mexico is a Mashup of Cultures

As waves of Jewish immigrants came from different countries to Mexico during the early to mid-20th century, their recipes came with them.

The Strength of Symbolism: Lamb Shanks with Apricots and Prunes

The lamb shanks are extra fabulous served over mashed or roasted potatoes.

Luck of the Irish: Iraqi Sweet & Sour Salona

Perfect for a light meal on Passover or any time of the year.

Mouthwatering Moroccan Matbucha

A Star of the Maghreb kitchen, Matbucha, a dish of cooked tomatoes, roasted peppers, garlic and chili peppers, literally means cooked in Arabic.

Special Spicy Tuna Spaghetti

This perfect pantry recipe is a great mid-week dinner and a great way to use up some of your chametz before Passover.

Sephardic Spice Girls Take on Savory Hamantashen

Have you ever eaten something so good that the memory of it lingers in your mouth and your mind for years later?

These 7 Bakeries Will Ship Hamantaschen Directly to You

This piece originally appeared on The Nosher. It’s always great to bake hamantaschen and share them with friends and family. But this isn’t a normal...

The Power of Soup : Iraqi Chicken Shorba

Shorba is the hearty soup you make when the weather outside is cold and grey.

Jake Cohen’s Debut Cookbook is a Love Letter to His Husband, Family and Judaism

Nice Jewish professional chef, Jake Cohen, always had a love for cooking. Rushing home every day as a teenager to watch “Barefoot Contessa,” the...

A New Star Juice Joint Shines on Pico

In a kosher restaurant scene that has the best pizza places and fabulous hamburger joints, the completely vegan Star Juice is a refreshing addition.

Everyone Loves Shakshuka

Shakshuka is that perfect dish—nutritious, foolproof and simply delicious.

Moroccan Olive Lemon Chicken With A Modern Twist

Olive Chicken is a traditional Moroccan dish that is slowly simmered in a ceramic tagine.

Hearty Lentil Soup

Lentils pair nicely with a range of flavors and spices and are most often found in soups or stews.

Spanish Saffron Arroz Con Pollo

Arroz con Pollo is the perfect dish for this time of the year when we crave homemade comfort foods.

Making Ma’amul: A Middle Eastern Dessert

Ma'amul is traditionally made with pistachios or a mix of nuts, like pistachios, almonds and walnuts.

Don’t Smoke! The Edible Moroccan Cigar

Crispy, golden and delicious, Moroccan cigars are a traditional favorite of the Moroccan kitchen.

Mi Casa Es Su Casa: The Mexican Magic of Lenny’s Casita

Chef Leonardo Nourafchan oversees a dozen busy cooks chopping and grilling for Lenny’s Casita and Lenny’s Bazaar, the latest stars of the Los Angeles kosher culinary scene.

Crispy Creamy Iraqi Aruk

Aruk are golden-green fried Iraqi herb and potato patties.

Potash Twins Provide Tips to Tackle Hanukkah Recipes

The “Takeout Twins” hosts are sharing their skills so young people can learn to cook Jewish staples at home.

The Joy of Hanukkah Cooking

Hanukkah commemorates the miracle of the little crucible oil that lasted eight days and nights in the rededicated Holy Temple in Jerusalem.

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