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This year, Passover begins at sunset on Wednesday, April 5, and ends at sunset on Thursday, April 13.
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So goes the debate: Treyf is delicious why would anyone deny themselves that? Antiquated dietary restrictions are guidelines not rules. But Kosher is a time-honored ritual that ties us to the ancient world and gives us the discipline that is our religion’s best quality. Plus, pig’s a filthy animal. Tablet won’t resolve this debate, but we certainly dive into it trotters first—and not just about food.
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Joan Knows Best
Everyone says their mom is the best cook, but when your mom is Joan Nathan, cooking looks a little bit different. Join Joan Nathan and her son, David Henry Gerson, for a video series covering Joan’s favorite Shabbat dinner recipes with a seasonal twist.
Joan Nathan is Tablet Magazine’s food columnist and the author of 10 cookbooks including King Solomon’s Table: a Culinary Exploration of Jewish Cooking from Around the World.
Joan Knows Best: The best way to make the ancient bread in your modern kitchen—thanks to a tip from chef Michael Solomonov
Shake Up Brunch With Shakshuka
Joan Knows Best: The best way to make this popular tomato-and-egg dish—with some help from Israeli chef Erez Komarovsky
The Pleasure of Pletzel
Joan Knows Best: The best way to make this Eastern European flatbread—with some advice from food writer and radio host Arthur Schwartz
How do you hummus?
With the original recipe dating all the back to the 13th century, and thousands of renditions since then, hummus has become quite possibly the most popular, universal middle eastern dish of our time. There have even been entire books published about hummus!
It’s been called a peacemaker, and has been the subject of lots of controversy. Whether it’s your entire meal, or a dip for your vegetables, there are so many opinions, and stories to share about our delectible dish.