In her new cookbook, Leah Koenig serves up appetizers that push the boundaries between traditional and modern.
A little-known holiday that coincides with Mother’s Day this year offers the perfect excuse for a barbecue, a bonfire — even bows and arrows.
If there is a reigning queen of Jewish cookbooks, it is Joan Nathan, whose new book, ‘King Solomon’s Table,’ includes this majestic purim treat.
If gefilte fish was in need of an image makeover — and let’s be honest, it was — it couldn’t have done much better than having these two taking up its cause.
Abigail Pogrebin wondered what it’s like to live by the Jewish calendar. And now she’s going to try, one holiday at a time. She starts by explaining why it is so important — and difficult.
In the days leading up to Tisha B’av — especially in light of the war in Gaza — food isn’t as joyous as usual. Molly Yeh offers coconut quinoa as a source of comfort and nourishment.
Presiding over a wedding for secular friends is one thing. Doing it on Yom Kippur felt like too big a leap, even for one who isn’t particularly observant.
Some Jews have never been big on rituals. Johnna Kaplan decided to change that a bit, starting with lighting Shabbat candles — but it wasn’t as easy as you might think.
It’s not easy to move the family Seder from the place where it’s been held for years. But at some point, a new generation has to take the plunge.
Eight days without leavened bread is no easy task for any Jew. No whole-wheat bagels with scallion cream cheese! No chewy chocolate chip cookies! No soy sauced-drenched rice! But it is especially trying for me; I am 29 years old and eight years recovered from a decade-long eating disorder. Each year, Passover’s food restrictions — a triggering behavior for any recovered bulimic or anorexic — challenges my footing.