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The Nosher via JTA Have you ever tried dessert hummus? That’s right — a sweet hummus.  No, it’s not exactly traditional, but it is as simple as making classic hummus. … more
Who says latkes are just for Canukkah? Well, it’s not me. And summer is a great time try using seasonal produce to make some crispy, delicious latkes. I recently fried up some fresh corn and … more
The Jewish Star is pleased to welcome Joni Schockett to our roster of contributors. Joni has been writing about food and more for 20 years, including as a columnist for The Jewish Advocate of Boston. … more
There’s a reason chicken is a bit of a Friday night staple: Before Jews came to America, red meat simply wasn’t abundantly available and therefore saved for special occasions. But also, … more
Some recipe ideas come together on the first try, without any mess or fuss. Others are true labors of love, like grains that simmer and simmer but never get soft … more
I think we can all agree that shakshuka is probably one of the greatest dishes ever created. It’s easy, simple and you can usually make it from stuff you already have in the house: canned … more
Famous for its namesake cheesesteaks, Philadelphia might be one of the last places you’d expect to find a Kosher barbecue smackdown. That, however, is what patrons can expect on Sunday, Aug. … more
PSAGOT — Psagot Winery calls its Sinai wine an “unassuming but distinctive blend” of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. Like all its wines, the bottle is stamped with the image of a … more
It’s early morning in the Sardinian countryside and a farmer is milking his sheep while a mashgiach, the kosher supervisor, looks on. The mashgiach is sleeping in the farmer’s barn, and … more
Tuna poke nachos marinated Hawaiian style. Lightly smoked duck breasts with quinoa and turnips. Hormone- and antibiotic-free USDA prime angus steaks. The kosher restaurant scene today has come a … more
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