The Festival of Tabernacles is about showing the bounty of the year’s final harvest. In the United States, squash are a classic symbol of that.
Epicurean author Elissa Altman links sustenance to serious feeling in 'Treyf,' her new memoir about growing up as the only child of dysfunctional Jewish parents.
They say that all the kugel one ate in honor of Shabbat is weighed in heavenly court alongside one’s deeds and misdeeds.
'The Russian-Jewish Cookbook: Recollections and Recipes of Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union' offers a glimpse into the kitchens and rich cultural world of Russians speakers who immigrated to Israel as children.
Why is honey better than white sugar, even for diabetics? Why is it kosher if bees are not? Everything you wanted to know about honey.
Want to cook a big holiday meal with as little stress as possible? Vered Guttman draws on her catering prowess to create this day-by-day prep schedule — plus two fancy but easy appetizer recipes.
'This is a halakha of great importance, which touches on the core of relations between religion and the state in Israel, and on issues of freedom of occupation and individual freedom,' says document sent to High Court.