Numerous traditions surround the dairy meal of Shavuot.
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The festival of Purim will be observed this week, with a series of main mitzvot (commandments). And in true Jewish fashion, two of those deal with food.
Add sparkle to your Tu B’Shvat seder sweet potato-pear soup, winter salad with orange sections and pistachios, and an apple, walnut and cranberry cake.
Those seeking a deeper experience with Tu B’Shvat may choose to take part in a “Tu B’Shvat seder”—not to be confused with the Passover version.
Instagram had its most popular day ever last week, thanks to Thanksgivukkah, the rare confluence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving.
Across the country, Jews are constructing menorahs out of donated canned foods, which are then given to local charities and the needy.
Learn how to make sufganiyot, jelly-filled doughnuts traditionally made and eaten on Hanukkah, from scratch!
Kosher food producer Manischewitz produces a viral video of a turkey rap-battling a dreidel for Thanksgivukah dominance.
We have put together a gallery of all our eight favorite kinds of latkes, one for each night of Hanukkah!
Latkes are potato pancakes fried in oil that commemorate the Hanukkah miracle, but the use of potatoes is actually a relatively new development.
This is a recipe for potato wrapped fish. The fish is wrapped in paper thin...
This is a recipe for sweet potato hash. This sweet potato hash is delicious when...
This is a recipe for homemade twice fried french fries. Crispy crunchy outside and delicious...