Sour cherry soup has deep roots in Eastern European cooking, where fruit soups traditionally started the meal to sharpen the appetite.
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Sour cherry soup has deep roots in Eastern European cooking, where fruit soups traditionally started the meal to sharpen the appetite.FoodGazoz Drinks Will Make Your Summer Sparkle
From his tiny shop in Tel Aviv’s Levinsky Market, Benny Briga concocts gazoz carbonated drinks that are truly works of edible art.
From his tiny shop in Tel Aviv’s Levinsky Market, Benny Briga concocts gazoz carbonated drinks that are truly works of edible art.Granola Bars as the Ultimate Tu B’Shevat DIY SnackCelebrate the holiday by studding homemade granola bars with dates, figs or apricots.Date Strudel Cookies for a Sweet Tu B’Shevat TreatSo beloved is this type of date cookie that you’re bound to find homemade versions in many Israeli households.Amy Zitelman Wants to Elevate Tahini Beyond Cult StatusTahini belongs in more than just hummus—think salad dressings and stir fries, salted caramel desserts and carrot cakes—argues one of the leading artisanal producers of tahini today.‘Flavor’ Is Ottolenghi’s Elevated Paean to ProduceIn 'Flavor,' rock-star chef Yotam Ottolenghi commits to finding the hidden potential in fresh seasonal vegetables and fruits.Chebakia, the Fried Moroccan Cookie Perfect for HanukkahChebakia are made from a pareve dough that is shaped like a flower then fried, submerged in a warm honey-based syrup and, finally, sprinkled with toasted sesame seeds.A Lifelong Love of Multicultural Food Began in BrooklynMelissa Clark is a beloved New York Times cooking columnist and the author or co-author of nearly 40 books.Cookbook Explores the Crypto-Jewish ‘Roots’ CellarYears after her conversion from Catholicism to Judaism, Genie Milgrom discovered documents linking the family to a crypto-Jewish heritage in medieval Spain.