(The Nosher via JTA) — Saffron rice with pine nuts is made all over the Middle East. Sometimes it is spiced with a little ground coriander, cinnamon and cumin, or flaked almonds are used instead of the pine nuts. This saffron rice is often served for Rosh Hashanah as the addition of raisins is said to sweeten the year ahead, but it is delicious any time of the year.
Discover the history of Jewish people in Britain with the Jewish Museum London. From a medieval mikvah telling the story of the first Jewish community in Britain to photographs belonging to children who travelled on[...]
Join Jmore and The Associated every Tuesday at noon as we bring together some of Maryland’s most respected experts in their fields to answer your questions about the things that matter most in your life.[...]