A logical explanation, and a recipe for the perfect carob cake to serve on the New Year of the Trees.
When Food Network pastry chef Duff Goldman saw the towering cake Trump was cutting at one of the balls, he recognized it as his own. But he didn’t make it.
This moist, spicy loaf from award-winning cookbook author and former New York Times restaurant critic Mimi Sheraton is the ultimate incarnation of a Rosh Hashanah staple.
Sephardi Jews, exiled from Spain, brought chocolate making to France? Oooh, la, la.
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.
Honey cake and teiglach prompt Jo Ann Gardner’s fond memories of her grandmother — even though they didn’t see eye to eye about Jewish life.
On her son’s first birthday, Leah Koenig processes some of the trials of her pregnancy while celebrating the joy of watching her one-year-old relish his food.
This cake is inspired by limonana, the uber-popular Israeli sweet lemonade that’s always punched up with fresh mint.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, a recipe for an awesome Italian (and parve) alternative to a traditional holiday dessert.