Stuffed vegetables take on special significance on the holiday of Simhat Torah, when Jews celebrate their holiest text.
Recipes for the Jewish High Holy Days
Vegan or with meat, traditional couscous with stew is a clever choice both before and after the fast.
These Tunisian bollo cookies are part of a long tradition of using light, sweet foods to recover from 25 hours of not eating.
Should we eschew salt before Yom Kippur? Not necessarily, according to a recent study involving students and nuts by Prof. Micah Leshem of Haifa University.
Apples and honey have a long history as a Jewish new year tradition. This recipe combines these ancient symbols into a sweet dessert.
Haaretz's food specialist Vered Guttman curates three menus for you to wow your Jewish New Year guests.
A menu to take a break the fast: When thinking of what to eat before and after, it’s important to keep in mind what best prepare your body for the undertaking. Here are some tasty and nourishing ideas.
If you’re lucky enough to have your own sukkah, I’m sure you enjoy sharing it with as many friends as possible; Don’t have a sukkah? Save these recipes for any friendly gathering or for the first candle of Hanukkah.