Our friends at The Nosher show us how to make a simple hummus. It’s a perfect snack any time of year!
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Our friends at The Nosher show us how to make traditional Jewish matzah soup! You can prepare more recipes like this one by downloading our free Passover recipe book now.
Learn to make this Passover favorite: strawberry compote with blood orange juice! Get more Passover recipes with our free recipe book now.
Watch now to learn how to make this classic Passover dish! You can also learn how to make more Passover dishes by downloading our newest resource, A Taste of Passover: Recipes and Reflections on Pesach with Teachings from Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein now.
This dish is brought to you by Chef Moti David of Adom in Jerusalem! He shows you how to make a popular street food loved by Jews on Sabbath morning – sabich.
In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, try this Ashkenazi (Jews descending from European communities) inspired potato soup recipe!
Jews around the world will celebrate the festive holiday of Purim this weekend where people dress up in costume, have parties, and remember the story of Queen Esther and the villain, Haman. Usually, people make hamantaschen cookies to celebrate, which are shaped like Haman's ears. But this week, Joan Nathan, food columnist for Tablet Magazine, shows us how to make a treat to celebrate the hero of the story, Queen Esther.
Next weekend Jews around the world will celebrate Purim! It’s one of the most joyous and fun holidays on the Jewish calendar. During the Purim celebration, Jews participate in a boisterous public reading of the biblical book of Esther, as well as delivering baskets of food and drink to friends, eating hat-shaped cookies, or hamantaschen, and dressing up in costume.
Brisket is a special dish loved by Ashkenazi Jews (Jews from France, Germany, and Eastern Europe) and prepared for special occasions. Our friends at My Jewish Learning show us how to make brisket sliders – a delicious snack for parties or family gatherings!
Traditional Jewish coffee cake uses actual coffee to flavor the cake, but today, like in this recipe, most of the cakes are caffeine free. They still taste delicious dipped in a cup of coffee, though! Jewish homes serve coffee cake on Shabbat or during Jewish holidays. Try this recipe today brought to you by My Jewish Learning.