Once an absorption center for North African immigrants, this city in southern Israel has developed a culinary scene that draws on its past, but with the occasional new twist
My great-grandmother Mimi lost her mind from too much memory and found it at the rabbi’s grave. To cure her, my grandfather, just a boy, carried her weight on his shoulders two hours each way in the desert.
What else keeps the Jewish-Moroccan relationship alive?
At the Met’s blockbuster show opening this weekend in New York, the French painter’s ethnographic and orientalizing gaze on a precarious people
Mimouna, a group which teaches students about Moroccan Jewry, visits NYC
After discovering the extensive Rabat Geniza, scholars digitized the archives
Old family recipes—from Morocco, Iraq, or Poland—in a new context offer a new range of options for Israeli restaurants
The Sephardi Voices history project collects testimony from Jews who fled Arab lands after Israel was founded
Searching for Jewish cooking in France
Breaking Passover in style, the ‘linkage’ problem, and more
At the end of Passover festival known as Mimouna, Moroccan Jews return to yeasty treats in grand style