While the Ashkenazi/Sephardi mash-up is a bold choice, and there is something to be said about preserving our traditions, this soup represents the beauty of Israel and the Jewish people. Enjoy!
Rosh Hashanah is the holiday of gifts, especially for those who are being hosted for the holiday and don't want to come empty-handed. So here are some options: some more and some less conventional.
Every year, more than 30,000,000 sufganiyot (Hanukkah donuts) are sold in Israel. Yet, while people indulge, the workers who prepare this oily treat may suffer from "baker’s asthma." Why?
The Jewish year is filled with festivals, each with its own customary, hallmark food - here is a recipe for country bread.
Here are some honey cakes to try this year. Shana tova!
Some will find such gifts to be not in the best possible taste, but if you take them with a grain of salt – or maybe salted water – they could be fun.
Dr. Maya Rozman answers which holiday has the unhealthiest food and explains how to make mishloach manot healthier.
We’ve had to learn how to adapt and bring what we could from our normal communal structures into our homes.
The new product, Itzik Kadosh said on Sunday, was a way "to appreciate the peace process" upon which Israel and the UAE have embarked.
Experts from child safety organizations have answered questions regarding how to ensure a safe holiday for children.