Did you know that this classic Thanksgiving dish actually has Jewish roots? Find out more about Cecily Brownstone, a Jewish, Canadian-born food editor, who brought this delicious dish to the holiday table in the 1950s.
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Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Try this Jewish kugel dish flavored with cranberries and roasted squash for the holiday!
Try this roasted butternut squash soup, but with a Middle Eastern twist!
Moussaka is an authentic Greek dish. With time, it found its way to Israel via Turkey. It is a specialty of many Greek-style restaurants which abound in Israel's cities. Each ethnic community tends to improvise and cover the moussaka in its own favorite way, topping it with cheese, gravy, etc. This is the standard Israeli version.
Our friends at The Nosher show us how to make an old-world Jewish classic that’s popular in Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine: chopped liver.