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Naomi Nachman, The Aussie Gourmet, is a Kosher cooking maven and writer. In addition to her popular website, www.theaussiegourmet.com, she is the author of “Perfect for Pesach” and “Perfect Flavors.” Nachman’s cooking show, “Sunny Side Up,” is posted at Kosher.com and her weekly show, “Table for Two with Naomi Nachman,” airs on The Nachum Segal Network app and online.  more
Once upon a time not too long ago, Providence was a bagel desert. The options were sparse and dry, and, well, kind of pathetic: frozen hockey pucks of bagels in the supermarket’s frozen … more
Award-winning writer, TV host and barbecue guru Steven Raichlen focuses on a meat beloved by Jews in his newest cookbook, “The Brisket Chronicles” (Workman Publishing, $30). more
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The first microbreweries were used to brew beer some 5,000 years ago, and now scientists are brewing their own. Israeli scientists have isolated yeast from ancient pottery … more
This story originally appeared on The Nosher. It is rare that I do anything these days without a podcast for company: cooking, walking the dog and, yes, falling asleep. They are, I suppose, the … more
(JTA) — In 1983, the Italian-Israeli professor Sandra Debenedetti Stow stunned the scholarly world with an explosive article that proposed that Jews introduced pizza to the European diet. … more
This skillet banana bread might be gluten-free, refined sugar-free and dairy-free, but I can promise you won’t be missing anything with its light and fluffy texture and the rich sesame flavor. … more
Passover has always been my favorite holiday. Each year, my grandmother was proud to host two well-attended seders – there were never fewer than 18 people at our tables each night. I loved … more
This article originally appeared on The Nosher. I love playing with color, texture and shape with my challah. Looking to create a red challah? Add beetroot powder. Green? Try using green tea … more
LINCOLN – Purim is a deliciously sweet Jewish holiday, but its trademark cookie is a monster – and not only because it’s named for Haman, the unspeakable villain in the Purim story. more
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