After making a name for himself as a kitchen wunderkind on ‘Chopped,’ he built a huge following online. Now, at age 20, he’s publishing his first cookbook. And, oh, by the way, all the recipes are kosher.
Learn how to make everything from almodrote to sofrito in your own kitchen
Jake Cohen reinvents classic recipes—from brisket and tahdig to challah and pigs in a blanket—in his new cookbook
Why Yiddish culture scholar Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett’s impressive book collection includes more than a thousand Jewish cookbooks
My mother, her cobbler, and a trailblazing cookbook author
Stuck at home? The new cookbook from Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen will keep you well-fed.
Cookbook author Darra Goldstein gets to the heart of Russian cuisine
In her new cookbook, Leah Koenig goes around the globe—one recipe at a time
Whether they’re the hand-bound sheets my mother took when we emigrated from the Soviet Union, or the synagogue sisterhood collection I still use to make latkes, cookbooks contain more than ingredients—they contain whole Jewish lives
Recipes and interviews with the amazing women who change their community through food and love
As an experiment, I gave up Googling recipes and relied instead on an old cookbook from my mother’s shelf, ‘How to Cook Like a Jewish Mother.’ The results were delicious.
Today on Jewcy: How Ottolenghi’s new dessert cookbook helped me ascend into a different plane of reality.
A mother and daughter bring old recipes back to life in ‘The German-Jewish Cookbook’
‘Second Helpings, Please!’ has been teaching Canadian Jews how to cook—and raising money for charity—for nearly 50 years
Not quite. But her new cookbook ‘Food Swings’ is refreshingly approachable.
Her new cookbook, King Solomon’s Table, collects recipes from around the globe—and across the centuries
The Palomar and Jack’s Wife Freda—two popular Jewish restaurants—bring their recipes and their respective personalities to new cookbooks
Published 80 years ago, Palestine’s first Jewish cookbook brought politics into the kitchen, along with new ideas about Jewish food and vegetarian cuisine
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