If you have young kids or if you teach young kids or even if you are a young kid at heart, this DIY 'Playdough' is for you! It's quick and easy to make, it's as fun as the real thing, and it's completely edible! This is a great activity...
NEW YORK (JTA) — Pomegranate, a gourmet kosher supermarket in Brooklyn, spends $75,000 every year getting its kitchen ready for Passover. Hungarian Kosher Foods, a supermarket in Chicago, starts clearing its aisles for Passover eight weeks ahead of the holiday. The week before Passover, at Zabar’s, a Jewish favorite on Manhattan’s...
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Sebastian Maniscalco is an American-Italian stand-up comedian. He attended his first Passover seder one year and was quite surprised when they started handing out "reading material" instead of starting the meal. And when they did finally start the meal, they gave out little pieces of celery and crackers! Where's...
(The Nosher) Master pastry chef Alex Levin has an impressive background. He received his undergraduate degree in applied mathematics from Yale, was the top student in the class of 2012 at the Culinary Institute of America, and trained under some of the industry’s leading pastry chefs at restaurants Jean-Georges and...
ENSCHEDE, Netherlands (JTA) — For most matzah bakeries, Passover is their lifeline and only claim to financial viability. After the weeklong holiday, during which Jews are commanded to consume matzah to commemorate their ancestors’ hurried flight out of Egypt, demand for the famously tasteless cracker drops sharply. Except, that is, in the...
Cauliflower Potato Kugel will change the way you think about kugel. Half the fat, half the cal's and... hubby approved. Cauliflower adds nutrition and flavor to create the ultimate side dish for your Passover Seder.
(from Kveller.com) Chicken soup is arguably the most famous Jewish food, and with good reason. It is delicious, therapeutic, healthful, freezes well, etc. Literally the only thing that’s “wrong” with chicken soup is that it takes hours to make. As I’ve learned the hard way, we can’t return from a...
(The Nosher) When you look at the menus of the new Jewish restaurants opening around the country, the dishes most often focus on smoked meat sandwiches, hand-rolled bagels topped with colorful vegetables and cured fish, and the uber-popular (and super Instagram-able) shakshuka. Foods like tongue, herring, or borscht? Not so much. Except at...
(The Nosher) While we love our families, any long and drawn out holiday dinner with them often requires a lot of alcohol kept close at all times. Of course, when it’s Passover, the booze options are fairly limited. Good news, though: We can now add tequila shots and margaritas to...
(The Nosher) Everyone loves cookies, and we Jews are no different. Our cookies are diverse, originating from all over the world. But there’s no question: they are all delicious. Here’s our official ranking of Jewish cookies based on taste testing, research, and of course, feedback from our readers.   Rugelach Rugelach are...
(The Nosher) Upon entering Barney’s, the uber luxury retailer on Madison Avenue in Manhattan, be prepared to be enveloped in beauty: Elegantly designed handbags from Celine; sapphire rings of the richest blues from McTeigue & McClelland; movie star worthy sunglasses from Dior and Givenchy. What you might not expect to...
Here she is making Hamantaschen for Purim at Lehamim Bakery מאפיית לחמים with Uri Scheft, co-owner of Lehamim Bakery מאפיית לחמים TLV and Breads Bakery NYC!
(The Nosher) Drive down any main highway in Israel on a Saturday, and you’re bound to run into a makeshift jachnun stand on the side of the road. The best-known food of the Yemenite Jewish community has now become a part of mainstream Israeli cuisine, along with a whole host of...
(The Nosher) Try this comforting yet elevated Shabbat dish from Chef Yehuda Sichel of Abe Fisher. Photo credit Alexandra Hawkins Ingredients 1 cup pearled barley 1 cup dried kidney beans ¾ pound boneless short ribs, cut into 2” cubes ½ pound kosher salami, cut into ½” cubes 1 large yellow onion, cut...
(The Nosher) Hamantaschen are the beloved cookies that Jews enjoy during the holiday of Purim. The tasty treats were born out of Austria, where they were originally filled with poppy seed (or muhn in German), which kind of sounded like Haman (the bad guy in the Purim story for whom the cookies are...


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