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Why Boxed Matzoh Ball Mix is Best

Why Boxed Matzoh Ball Mix is Best

Jews have a lot of feelings about matzoh balls: floaters or sinkers, seltzer or schmaltz. I love discussing with chefs and bubbes alike about how to make the best version of this iconic Jewish food. There are some Jewish cooks who think homemade matzoh balls aren’t...

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Israeli Couscous Pilaf

Israeli Couscous Pilaf

This recipe originally appeared on The Nosher Israeli couscous, known in Israel as ptitim, which means “flakes” in Hebrew, is a pearl-shaped, pasta-like product with a delicious toasted wheat flavor. It was invented in Israel’s early years as an inexpensive starch...

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Traditional Hungarian Crepes

Traditional Hungarian Crepes

Palascinata, Hungary’s take on the crepe, are slightly thinner than the French version, thanks to the addition of seltzer water — and perhaps even more delicious. This recipe comes from chef Jeremy Salamon’s grandmother Agi, who cooked them for him throughout his...

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Labor Day Recipes for the Grill

Labor Day Recipes for the Grill

Labor Day Weekend marks summer’s last hurrah. What better way to celebrate than by firing up the grill and relaxing outdoors? Here are six recipes for the grill to enjoy this weekend. Click each photo above or follow the links below. Grilled Chicken and Beef...

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