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These chocolate crepes are perfect for Passover

This recipe originally appeared on The Nosher. When it comes to Passover cooking and baking, my favorite flour is not the dreaded matzah cake meal, which can make baked goods dense and heavy. It's... Full story

 
 By Emily Paster    Features    April 3, 2020

5 flours that will change your Passover desserts

On Passover, Jews are prohibited from consuming any foods made with five familiar grains: wheat, oats, rye, spelt (which is actually just an ancient form of wheat) and barley. These grains are considered hametz because of their ability to ferment... Full story

 

Sephardic chicken soup with lemon and egg: A Balkan twist on the ultimate comfort food

Sephardic chicken soup with lemon and egg, or sopa de huevos y limon, is a traditional first course for breaking the Yom Kippur fast among Jews from Turkey, the Balkan states and the Greek port city... Full story

 
 By Emily Paster    Features    March 1, 2019

A Mexican Jewish babka is taking over Chicago

Sufganiyot bursting with dulce de leche and pumpkin cream. Savory babkas swirled with roasted poblano peppers and crema. Mexican-inspired Jewish pastries from a new, online-only bakery are bringing ex... Full story

 

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