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Stuffed peppers are a comfort food for both Americans and Israelis. But the two versions vary quite a bit in their spice profiles and methodology. American-style stuffed peppers are often topped with … more
Even before slow cookers were invented, Jews all around the world were making their slow-cooked meals out of necessity and in observance of Shabbat. And as it turns out, slow-cooked meals over a low … more
Self-driving cars. Drip irrigation. Missile defense. Milk? Amid all the buzz around Israel’s “start-up nation,” including Intel’s recent $15 billion acquisition of … more
Abeles & Heymann reports that it is offering healthier new choices for Pesach  — all-beef frankfurters that are uncured, contain no nitrates or fillers and are gluten-free. There is an … more
Breakfast can be hard during Passover — no oatmeal, no toast and certainly no pancakes. (No, the boxed kind do not count.) I like making eggs or matzah brei or even shakshuka. But I am always … more
Do you recall what you were eating in kosher restaurants 10 years ago? Had you tried sous-vide dishes? Homemade sausage? Fresh, cured gravlax made with only salt, sugar, peppercorns and dill? Shaved … more
Even the most finicky wine snob won’t be able to “pass over” the new generation of kosher wines. Increasingly, the current mindset is that since Jews are commanded to drink four … more
For one Cincinnati native who has relocated to Long Island, the upcoming Purim holiday and the fall High Holiday season trump Chanukah as perfect opportunities for gift-giving. David Frankel, now … more
Everyone enjoys a good recipe hack, and I think you will love this one: two ingredient rugelach! That’s right: just a package of puff pastry, filling and that’s it. You can make flaky, … more
This Chanukah story and recipe is adapted from “My Fat Dad,” a memoir by New York Times wellness blogger and nutritionist Dawn Lerman. When I lived in Chicago, Jewish holidays were … more
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