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Amid coronavirus, Israelis open small home-based food businesses

Another new wrinkle on the Israeli food scene is the dozens, perhaps hundreds, of Israelis who have opened small, home-based food businesses, selling a specialized selection of prepared foods

By Rivkah Lambert Adler

‘Jew cookies,’ a Dutch dessert staple, are getting a new name

The name change comes at a time when companies the world over are assessing their product lines to ensure that they are culturally appropriate — a reckoning that is hitting the food world hard.

A box of holiday sweets, just in time for Purim

Pascale's Kitchen: Purim cookies

This week, Pascale is joined by pastry chef and food blogger Adi Klinghofer, aka Adikosh, who has developed some delicious original recipes perfect for a mishloah manot.

Why American Jews love Stella D’Oro cookies

Stella D’Oro aficionados (Italian, Jewish, both and neither) continue to be highly vocal in their opinions.


Pascale's Kitchen: Coffee/tea - Worth a cookie

Throughout the year I make it my business to bake cookies.

Pascale’s Kitchen: Scone stories

Scones are a unique among baked goods.

Pascale's Kitchen: Some of my favorite cakes and cookies

With the world in unchartered territory and changing so quickly, it’s comforting to know that some foods stay deliciously the same.

An illustration of an astronaut with a DoubleTree by Hilton Cookie

Astronauts bake chocolate chip cookies in space in historic first

No matter where they're baked, the taste and smell of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies is truly out of this world.

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