Jewish Food

A Bissell To A Teaspoon: Preserving Food Memories From A Terrible Time In History

A Bissell To A Teaspoon: Preserving Food Memories From A Terrible Time In History
By July 5, 2011

A cookbook that focuses on the recipes made by Jews during the holocaust may not immediately strike home cooks as a must own manual, but “Recipes Remembered: A Celebration of Survival,” is the attempt to keep these recipes and the stories that surrounded them alive. Read More

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Haman’s Nuts And Other Purim Drink Recipes

Haman’s Nuts And Other Purim Drink Recipes
By March 18, 2011

You want the best Purim drink recipes? Then you’ve come to the right place. Read More

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Jewcy Mothers Cooking: Hundred Year Old Hamantaschen

Jewcy Mothers Cooking: Hundred Year Old Hamantaschen
By March 18, 2011

A rabbi’s son has a hamantashen recipe. Are you surprised? Read More

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The Boozy Jew: Cocktails On Purim

The Boozy Jew: Cocktails On Purim
By March 15, 2011

What would Mordechai drink? We’ve got the answer. Read More

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Spam In The Jewcy Inbox: “White Castle Burger-Scented Candle, Quirky Hanukkah Gift Idea”

Spam In The Jewcy Inbox: “White Castle Burger-Scented Candle, Quirky Hanukkah Gift Idea”
By November 30, 2010

It’s just what every Jew wants for Hanukkah: a burning clump of wax that smells like tiny burgers. Read More

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How To: Make Your Own Purim Baskets

How To: Make Your Own Purim Baskets
By March 6, 2008

Tip: pick a theme! Read More

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The Friday 5: Top Jewish Breakfasts

The Friday 5: Top Jewish Breakfasts
By December 7, 2007

Breakfast. Mothers, nutritionists, and teachers alike tell us that it’s the most important meal of the day, and we Jews have a handful of unique breakfast dishes all our own. Have a killer recipe for one of the dishes listed? … Read More

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Foods to Take to the Tent

Foods to Take to the Tent
By September 25, 2007

So, how was everyone’s Yom Kippur? Sucky? Mine, too. Let’s put that sad Saturday of food deprivation behind us and move on: We’ve got tents to put up. Sukkot, which begins on Thursday, is both a historical and agricultural festival and … Read More

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