Food Feature

How Schnitzel Became an Israeli Staple

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By Rachel Myerson Schnitzel in Israel is a big deal. Like, a bigger deal than people realize. Or, at least, a bigger deal than I...
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Spelt Banana Bread With Chocolate, Dates and Tahini

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By Chaya Rappoport |The Noshe via JTA Maybe it’s the home comfort it exudes, maybe it’s how easy it is to make, but for a...
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Arayes: Grilled Lamb Stuffed Pita Pockets

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By Jessica Grann I love lamb. It’s my favorite of any meat available and it’s even better grilled. Arayes — pitas filled with lamb —...
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Icelandic Jewish Cookies: A Dessert With a Fascinating Story to Tell

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By Rachel Ringler | The Nosher via JTA You’ve heard of the wandering Jew, but have you heard of the wandering Jewish cookie? As Jews move...

Travel Culinarily to Spain with Paella

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By Keri White For those of you who read this column regularly, you know that I am an avid traveler, and local cuisine is a...

Mediterranean Fish Dinner

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By Keri White The following meal came together rather nicely, using fresh fish with mostly pantry ingredients. I used halibut, but this dish would work with...
Shwarma chicken kebab

Shwarma Chicken Kebabs: Perfectly Spiced, Quick to Make and Oh-So-Juicy

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By Chaya Rappoport, from The Nosher If you think chicken kebabs sound boring, I don’t blame you. Usually they are. And dry. But not this recipe. This...
Falafel schnitzel

A Trader Joe’s Hack: Falafel Schnitzel

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By Shannon Sarna This article and video originally appeared on The Nosher. I love Trader Joe’s and I love cooking hacks that are crowd-pleasers. So I...

Salatim for Dinner

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By Keri White One day last week, my daughter got a hankering for homemade hummus. Hummus is pretty delicious, but the homemade version is a...

Here’s a Fresh Take on Whitefish Salad: Make It With Labneh and Lemon

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By Rebecca Firkser | The Nosher via JTA Few things are more reminiscent of classic Jewish deli fare than whitefish salad. And while buying it...