Four glasses of wine and oh so many opportunities.
Our kosher for Passover picks — whether it’s a warming cocktail, a bitter shot or a glass of rosé, you deserve a Passover with a drink in hand.
The heady brew made from lemon, herbs and a smattering of “secret” spices has become a divisive and mythical figure in the Israeli party scene.
Kaya, a rescue dog, lived to the age of 12, and was known for biting Israeli politicians.
This booze is the best thing to ever happen to the Jewish people.
Combine the delicious ingredients of Italian cuisine and put them on your table in whatever configurations you like the best.
For cold winter months filled with so-so tomatoes, your regular Caprese salad recipe just will not do. Enter this one simple trick.
One of the perpetual challenges of the Sabbath-observant Jewish cook is finding colorful and flavorful dishes to serve at Saturday lunch that don’t require tons of day-of prep work or any reheating.
Light, fluffy and easy to make, this delicious Italian delight tastes even better after being chilled in the fridge overnight.
Just because you can find Tide Pods at most kosher grocery stores does not mean that you should eat them.