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.
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Joan Nathan shows us how to prepare a delicious beef stew with peppers, called salyanka, a classic Jewish Georgian soup.
Kreplach, or Jewish dumplings, are a Jewish classic. You might think making brisket-stuffed dumplings is a lot of work, but our friends at The Nosher show us how easy it can be! Warm up your kitchen this winter with some delicious Kreplach.
BuzzFeed shares with us the best Jewish recipes from sweet rugelach to warm matzah ball soup!
Lokshen Kugel means “noodle pudding” in Yiddish. It originated in Eastern Europe where the Jewish community spoke that language. This item falls into the category of “grandma's dishes.”