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Your Best Jewish-Inspired Recipe
Simple, delicious, and straight from a farm in Poland.
The rise of the breakfast kolache.
If you think of spanakopita as those triangles served as wedding appetizers, you're about to be amazed by the real deal.
Before fermentation was trendy, it was simply a way of life.
When you want a bagel badly enough, you will get a stand mixer shipped to Moscow and make it yourself.
This labor-intensive, extremely impressive cake is the perfect reason to wear an apron—not a party dress—on New Year's Eve.
A delicious and hearty stew to get you all the way to New Year's.
A family cookie recipe that the editors of "Gourmet" deemed the best of 2004.
Who's to say that cheese doesn't belong in a cookie?
Congratulations to Kukla, whose Georgian Khachapuri Filled with Ramps, Green Onions, Herbs, and Cheese won the contest for Your Best Recipe with Green Stuff!
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