The frittata, which appears in my book “The Poetry of Secrets,” is a family favorite—a recipe passed down from my Sephardic grandmother.
On a recent warm night in Madrid, a young woman shared that she had travelled over 3,000 miles, leaving her husband and two young children in Montreal, to claim Spanish citizenship.
The elite British university is offering online classes in nearly a dozen rare Jewish languages to students and non-students alike.
Why do we keep buying them? Tradition!
Jews are a variety pack. These years, we recognize and treasure our diversity more and more.
There are 86 things Jerusalem-based, Long Island-born food blogger Danielle Renov wants you to know about her new kosher cookbook, “Peas Love & Carrots” — and about cooking in general. She lists them across two pages right up front, and like the book itself the list is highly practical and deeply personal — a combination Cooking 101 and Intro to the Author.
Louisa May Alcott, author of ‘Little Women,’ had dark features that some attributed to her Jewish ancestry.
A total of 33,000 applications based on the country’s Jewish law of return have been received since 2015.
Haroun is the mother of the current president of Cairo’s Jewish community.
Forced exile, forced conversion, assimilation and Jewish resurgence all had a big impact on Sephardic Jewish surnames.