For Jewish parents, it’s harder to clarify the teachings of Hanukkah as distinct from Christmas if Maccabees are hidden Santas.
Our chocolate correspondent reached out to award-winning cookbook author Alice Medrich to find out what she recommended for dessert this Rosh Hashanah.
With Passover right around the corner, now is a good time to get your hands on Barton’s Almond Kisses, the delectable chocolates that have been around since 1898.
Sticky Sephardic charoset, rich with nuts and dried fruit, is swathed in dark chocolate to make a delicious Passover-themed truffle.
An easy, delicious dessert for Tu B’Shvat combines chocolate with fruits and nuts connected to the Land of Israel.
With Shavuot around the corner, I’m thinking about milk chocolate and Israel, where there are several unique local options. As Janna Gur, Editor of Israel’s Al Hashulchan–The Israeli Gastronomic Monthly explained to me in a phone conversation, Israelis love chocolate and have a distinct preference for milk chocolate. The history of these chocolates tells us something about the growing years of the country itself.