A preparation for every personality.
The sweet and chunky condiment every Seder needs.
Bonus: nana-style green olive cream cheese.
Two egg favorites team up.
An impure kasha varnishkes.
Bonus points for apple chutney and horseradish yogurt.
Are they Mexican? Or Tex-Mex? Or Spanish? Or Jewish?
Not quite traditional, still extremely good
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Whether you grew up on your bubbe's kugel or you have no idea what kugel is, you can (and should) make a perfectly sweet, family-friendly casserole that will have you noshing in no time.
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How to cook up a mountain of crispy, crunchy, golden latkes for a crowd—without spending the whole party in the kitchen.
Party like its 5776.
It's about time that Hanukkah got a cake of its own, and it's about time that we had a cake that tasted like a donut. Now that is perfect timing.
No bread, no problem.
We still have sugar, eggs, and fruit to do the work for us.
The best way to make the bread of affliction a little more bearable? Cover it in slabs of chocolate and disguise it as a candy bar.
Tonight is the night -- finally! -- that is like all other nights: it's the night to eat bread again.
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