Gazoz are bubbly, fruit-filled non-alcoholic sodas
It began as a popular dish for Catholics during Lent, when eating meat was forbidden.
The light yellow of noodle puddings sweetened with raisins gave way to the sparkle and explosion of Middle Eastern spices, fruits and vegetables.
Baking challah is not just about mixing and kneading the dough; it also tells you a lot about yourself.
When yet another dinner is given short shrift by her guests, Rachel Ringler explains how good food and wine contribute to vibrant conversation.