From dill pickles to tomato-and-pepper matbucha, great variety and differences
Next-level chocolate-covered matzo with nuts and caramel
A breakfast that you will actually enjoy eating during Passover (and that you should make even if you're not observing the holiday).
You don't have to suffer through 8 nights of bad kosher wine.
Last night, the editors gathered to celebrate Passover. Here's what we made, and we suggest you do too (because matzo pizza gets really old by Day 4).
Charoset that's good enough to sustain you through a long Seder meal and eight days without bread, and—here's the kicker—that you'll want to eat even when it's not Passover.
A cake that doesn't need an ounce of butter.
A week of lunches different than all lunches.
Alice shares a new, addictive dessert to steal the show at your seder -- and to keep around for the rest of the year.
A dessert to do Jewish people proud.
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.
It's the Jewish New Year, the start of the year 5773: a time for friends, for family, for celebration. And what's a better way to celebrate than to host a fall-inspired feast? Here are our ideas for Rosh Hashanah dinner -- or anytime you feel like celebrating the fall.
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