Rooted in the ancient technique of baking breads on stones or over embers, these recipes are updated to use yeast, non-stick pans, and a stovetop.
Shavuot’s Seven Heaven Challah
These artisanal ice creams are worth the price of a ticket to Israel.
Take a fascinating look at the Jewish role of Revolutionary-period chocolate in America, and try an easy recipe for an icy, refreshing treat.
This Rosh Hashanah, honey finally meets chocolate, in the form of several new goodies.
The matriarch of the Gomez family made and sold chocolates in Colonial-era Manhattan. Her family’s favorite chocolate cake is just the thing for Mother’s Day.
On National Sacher Torte Day we salute a Jewish 16-year-old cook’s apprentice who, in 1832, created a dessert that’s stood the test of time.
In ancient Israel, minting coins expressed Hanukkah’s message of freedom. Making these treats is a modern way to celebrate.