Get ready for the holiday with the ultimate recipes for everyone's favorite Shavuot dessert
Breads & Pastries recipes
Purim treats with a variety of tasty fillings? We're all ears.
These Tunisian bollo cookies are part of a long tradition of using light, sweet foods to recover from 25 hours of not eating.
Fans of the Middle Eastern delicacies knafeh and baklava will travel far and wide to get their sugary fix. A new baklava bakery in the Arab town of Kalansua offers delicious gems well worth the visit, especially during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Israel's adaptation of the Turkish burek is incredibly popular, and you can fill it with whatever you'd like – cheese, greens, eggplant or even meat.
In the hands of a creative chef, this protein-rich grain is good for more than just breakfast and cookies.
Quintessential cheese pies make an easy yet impressive meal for this Jewish holiday that's all about dairy.
Middle Eastern kataifi noodles dress up in a European-style honey cheese tart, and are the secret ingredient in a unique vegetable and cheese pie.
Of all the challenges Passover brings about, finding a tasty, flour-free, kosher for Passover, parve cake is the hardest to meet.
Poppyseed for the mainstream, chocolate for the addicted, vanilla cream for those who like it gooey, and Lotus spread for the innovative – four variations of traditional Purim treats