In ancient times, the grain harvest lasted seven weeks, beginning with the harvesting of the barley during Passover and ending with the harvesting of the wheat at Shavuot.
A quinoa-like grain makes great candy. But is it kosher for Passover?
A fun, delicious salad bursts with Mexican flavors and textures, incorporating amaranth, a nutritious gain-like seed with deep Aztec roots.
Who says super-healthy food can’t be super delicious? Nutrition-packed amaranth gets a flavor boost from a chocolate swirl and texture from dried mango and toasted almonds.
When Shavuot rolls around, many of us think: Finally, an opportunity to plan a delicious dairy meal! Only problem is, dairy isn’t originally a Shavuot food at all.
Sukkot is often called the ‘holiday of the harvest’ despite no harvests occurring at that time of year. The Hebrew gives us some clues to what the name really means.