How To Make Sacher Torte, the Legendary Dessert With a Jewish Pedigree

Video: Try this simple recipe for Vienna’s iconic chocolate treat, and make your own apricot jam to top it off

From Souvlaki to Eggplant Salad, Greek Cuisine Is on the Rise in Israel

A new restaurant, a cookbook, and a revived market point to the growing popularity of Balkan food, which has a long history here

Philadelphia’s Jewish Dining Scene Steps Into the Big Leagues

From bagel bakeries and hummus joints to upscale kosher eateries, new restaurants have changed the city’s culinary profile

How To Make Salyanka, a Hearty Georgian Stew With Beef and Red Peppers

Video: The former Soviet republic’s Jewish history dates back millennia. This simple recipe is one of the community’s treasures.

This Passover, Put a Turkish Spin on Your Seder Table

With the right dishes and decorations—and a few special recipes—you can breathe new life into your family’s traditions

How To Make Seder Desserts Your Guests Won’t Believe Are Kosher for Passover

There’s no excuse for serving canned macaroons and packaged cake mixes. These recipes are so good, you’ll serve them all year.

How To Eat Right on Passover: Staying Healthy With a Limited Menu

Does your typical holiday involve a huge Seder meal followed by a week of matzo and macaroons? You can do better. Here’s how.

Transforming the Dead Sea’s Salt Into a Gourmet Seasoning

An Israeli company works with a Palestinian factory to create salt infused with flavors like rosemary, jalapeño, or red wine

A Literary-Culinary Connection: Dishes Inspired by Israeli Novelists

A lecture series in Jerusalem cooks up recipes based on the work of Meir Shalev, Chaim Nachman Bialik, and others

Israelis Develop a Taste for Georgian Cuisine—and Put a New Spin on It

Immigrants from the former Soviet republic brought their recipes to Israel, where chefs and TV shows have made them popular

How To Make Yemenite Chicken Soup, the Hot and Spicy Cure for the Common Cold

Video: Of course you love your grandmother’s matzo-ball soup. But try this recipe if you prefer something with a bit of a kick.

An Israeli Company Bets That Seaweed Isn’t Just for Sushi Anymore

It’s fresh, it’s nutritious, and it’s locally grown. But will anyone actually eat it instead of lettuce or spinach?

Visiting Chefs Bring a Taste of Paris to Tel Aviv—and Vice Versa

Culinary experts from France come to Israel to share their knowledge, and to learn a few things at the same time

As If You Needed It, Yet Another Reason To Be in Miami: The Delis

Evolving Jewish culture—and doctors’ orders—dealt a blow to South Florida’s delicatessens. But they’re making a comeback.

How Froot Loops Helped Me Create a Culinary Connection to the Jewish World

Since both my parents were converts to Judaism, my family didn’t have any Jewish recipes to pass down. So I created my own.

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