New Yorkers might like babka, but the world’s only babka-centric bakery is in Palo Alto.
This Passover, let’s address the chocolate issue.
An exhibit celebrates the contributions of Jews to the business of chocolate.
Most of the seven species make an appearance in these sweet treats.
Yachad gift baskets will delight the recipient, support the work of a non-profit and employ special needs individuals.
Good-quality, health-conscious ingredients are a continuing trend in the kosher chocolate trade.
Wandering the aisles of the Specialty Food Association’s Summer Fancy Food Show at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City, I visited as many chocolate vendors as possible — close to 30. Making my way from one delicious booth to the next, I noticed a trend of companies displaying multiple certifications and claims on their chocolate products, more than in previous years.
Chocolate was a Jewish immigrant food to the American Colonies, so you can build on those chocolatey Jewish roots when planning your 4th of July menu — starting with the Colonial Jewish-American Chocolate Cake recipe below.
An authority on Judaism and chocolate, Rabbi Deborah R. Prinz contends that there are big issues to consider before eating chocolate at Passover.
For Jewish parents, it’s harder to clarify the teachings of Hanukkah as distinct from Christmas if Maccabees are hidden Santas.