Food Feature

ceviche

Recipes that will make your seder table pop on Zoom

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By Linda Morel While vaccines are becoming more widespread, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still advises against gathering in crowded spaces, such as...
baklava cheesecake

With fusion Emirati-Jewish dishes, a kosher chef blossoms in Dubai

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By Asma Ali Zain Last year, Israel and the United Arab Emirates signed a treaty establishing diplomatic relations. But for more than a year earlier,...
cheesy pull-apart challah

How to make an easy and cheesy pull-apart challah with pizza dip

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By Shannon Sarna You love challah. You love pizza. It might be time to combine these two cherished carbs together in one pan. If you...
Persian-inspired rice

Persian-inspired festive rice for Purim

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By Ilana Meiller Purim and my birthday fall on the same week this year, and I’ll be celebrating these two occasions with a special Seudah...
Haman's fingers

Beyond hamantaschen: Haman’s fingers

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Story and photo by Jessica Grann Haman’s fingers, you say? It makes me start to giggle just thinking about it. Most people think of hamantaschen...
espresso chocolate cake

5-minute chocolate espresso cake

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Have you ever needed to get a dessert together and felt really stressed for time? Here’s a solution: my go-to, one-bowl chocolate cake recipe....
poached egg bowl

Lighter fare for winter days

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By Keri White These days, many people gravitate toward warming, hearty dishes. Who wouldn’t seek solace in a bowl of macaroni and cheese? But there is...
Yael Krigman, owner of the Baked By Yael

These DC Jewish eateries would welcome a visit from Biden

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By Eric Schucht Joe Biden made headlines on his first Sunday as president. On Jan. 24 after church, the Biden family motorcade stopped for bagels at...
Hot chocolate

Hot chocolate: A love affair

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By Linda Morel Hot chocolate, also known as cocoa or drinking chocolate, is a heated beverage consisting of melted chocolate, shaved chocolate or cocoa powder,...

Pear and pomegranate salad for Tu B’Shevat

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By Jessica Grann It’s a custom on Tu B’Shevat to share and serve foods with all sorts of tree fruits and tree nuts. We tend...