The fest begins on Tuesday, May 19 at 8 p.m. Eastern Time, and concludes on Thursday, May 28, which is also Erev Shavuot.
A multicultural book of recipes from Europe, the Middle East, Ethiopia and beyond
What I do know is, while we are living through an apocalyptic reality, there is an upside to it all: We have our families together, bored out of their minds and furiously looking for things to do.
How to go about making a blintz that’s mostly a memory?
Practical ideas that can produce a healthier, more compassionate, just, peaceful and environmentally sustainable world.
Parts of 3,000-year-old ring-shaped bread have been uncovered in a Bronze Age site near the border with Slovakia. But beware, no lox or cream cheese.