Food & Dining

Russian tea biscuit

If you want this delectable Jewish pastry, you’ll have to go to Cleveland

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By Sarah Bania-Dobyns Russian tea biscuits are so much a part of Cleveland’s landscape that locals are surprised to learn that these rugelach-like pastries are...
Albasha Grocery

This Muslim market in Tucson offers kosher food and intercultural dialogue

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By Nicole Raz Tucked between a dance school and a ’60s retro lounge on a quiet street in Tucson, Ariz., sits a small Middle Eastern...

Blueberry season is upon us

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Blueberries are beginning to appear in local markets, and that is good news for those of us who enjoy seasonal fruit. I have been...

6 Jewish delis run by women that you need to know about

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By Rachel Ringler Not long ago, there were ominous reports about the fate of Jewish delis. Lovers of pastrami and chopped liver wrung their hands. While...

Spring baking with lighter, fresher flavors

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The coconut cake was a gift to a friend for his birthday — we planned to surprise him with a small group of vaccinated...

Cicadas are edible. But are they kosher?

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Worried? Repulsed? Intrigued? The emergence of Brood X is eliciting a whole host of emotions and has left people wondering what to do about...

A dinner where ‘no spring chicken’ doesn’t apply

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Spring has arrived in earnest, and that means a new crop of seasonal produce is at the market. I was thrilled to find a...

This blintz recipe survived the Holocaust

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By June Hersh Blintzes are one of Shavuot’s most popular dishes. Long associated with Ashkenazi cooking, the light and airy hug of the blintz pancake...

Make this a delicious North African tomato and pepper dip

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By Sonya Sanford Matbucha is a Maghrebi dish made of tomatoes and peppers and means “cooked salad” in Arabic. Jewish immigrants from Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria...

Got milk? Shavuot is coming

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By Linda Morel Falling seven weeks after Passover, the most observed of all Jewish holidays, Shavuot is the most overlooked holiday on the Jewish calendar. That...