Stuff your sukkah with guests - stuff your onions with meat and rice
Stuffed dishes, usually served as a one-pot meal makes them a real Sukkot winner - since schlepping less dishes to the sukkah is a big plus.
Serving stuffed foods is one of the best known Sukkot culinary traditions, although there are many. Just as the Sukkah protects the guests taking shelter therein, so the wrap shelters its filling. A Sukkah is to Jewish people what cabbage is to rice, what knish is to the mashed potatoes and what kibbeh is to its meat.
Since Sukkot is the harvest holiday, stuffed food is a great opportunity to...
Vered Guttman is a caterer and a food writer based in Washington DC. Growing up in Israel she took her first lessons in Jewish cooking sitting at the tables of her two grandmothers, one from Poland, the other from Iraq. In Modern Manna, Vered will share a mix of new Israeli trends and old Jewish traditions, sprinkled with a distinct Sephardic flavor. Follow Vered on Twitter @veredguttman