This Rosh Hashanah, honey finally meets chocolate, in the form of several new goodies.
Take a fascinating look at the Jewish role of Revolutionary-period chocolate in America, and try an easy recipe for an icy, refreshing treat.
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.