Do you know how the original, unleavened Passover bread – matzah – was made? Our friends at The Nosher explore the origins of matzah, as well as the Jewish communities around the world who still make this unleavened bread from scratch.
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Watch this short video showing how to make haroset, one of the traditional foods of Passover.
On Purim, Jews are commanded to send out gifts of food or drink, and to make gifts to charity. The sending of gifts of food and drink is referred to as shalach manot (Hebrew for “sending out portions”). Among Ashkenazic Jews, a common treat at this time of year is hamantaschen (or Haman's pockets). These triangular fruit-filled cookies are supposed to represent Haman's three-cornered hat.
Chraime is a spicy fish meal prepared almost every Friday night for Shabbat dinner by many North African Jews – but this dish is also pretty popular in Israel as well. Joan Nathan, Tablet Magazine’s food columnist, shows us how to prepare this delicious meal and also says you can prepare it ahead of time and eat at room temperature later.
Joan Nathan shows us how to prepare a delicious beef stew with peppers, called salyanka, a classic Jewish Georgian soup.