A list of our favorite Jewish cookbooks of 2017, from authors including Joan Nathan, Yotam Ottolenghi and Deb Perelman.
Meatballs made with tamarind will change your life, and your annual holiday dish lineup.
Boiling the meat makes for a melt-in-your mouth Passover-worthy stew.
A recipe in Joan Nathan’s new cookbook, ‘King Solomon’s Table,’ bridges generations, nations and even a gulf between mother and daughter.
A symbolic food takes many forms, one being a delicious and meaningful Passover dish from ‘King Solomon’s Table.’
For part 1 of our Passover gift guide, here are some amazing books that will help your host navigate the holiday with fun and style.
It took 10 date pits and one olive pit to come to the conclusion that the heyday of the copper mines at Timna, near Eilat, was indeed during the reign of King Solomon, in the 10th century B.C.E.
The reading of ‘The Song of Songs’ is a Passover custom. Some called it ‘The Song of Solomon,’ but Philologos explains why the original name is preferable.
Though it features illustrations of a menagerie of animals that carry Jewish symbolism, an ancient Roman mosaic discovered in Lod, Israel, in 1996, is not a religious work, according to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where the fourth-century artifact is on exhibit for the first time until April 3, 2011.