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Kasha Varnishkes at Wolff's in New Jersey

Packaged bow-tie noodles,large and small, quickly replaced the flat homemade egg noodles in the American version of kasha varnishkes. The trick to a good kasha varnishke is to toast the whole-grain buckwheat...

Author: Joan Nathan

Classic Gefilte Fish

Gefilte fish is one of those recipes where touch and taste are essential ingredients. A basic recipe goes this way:"You put in this and add that." If you don't want to taste the raw fish, add a bit more...

Author: Joan Nathan

Celery, Apple, and Fennel Slaw

Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen

Kreplach

Author: Sharon Lebewohl

Gefilte Fish

Author: Sharon Lebewohl

Chicken Soup with Loads of Vegetables

Jewish chicken soup is usually served with thin egg noodles or with matzah balls. The zucchini is my, not MGM's addition.

Author: Joan Nathan

Zingerman's Ann Arbor Mushroom and Barley Soup

When I first heard about Ari Weinzweig's delicatessen in Ann Arbor, Michigan, I couldn't believe it. A deli in the home of my alma mater. It's not really a deli but more of an international food emporium...

Author: Joan Nathan

Sweet Honey and Saffron Challah

Author: Paula Shoyer

Chernowitzer Challah

Author: Maggie Glezer

My Challah

Author: Maggie Glezer

Holishkes (Stuffed Cabbage)

On Succoth, a joyous seven-day autumn harvest festival (a kind of Jewish Thanksgiving), stuffed foods-most notably holishkes, but also kreplach, stuffed peppers, and strudels-are served to symbolize abundance....

Author: Sharon Lebewohl

Lamb Pot Roast with Oranges and Olives

This meltingly tender and richly flavored roast has true star appeal. Show off even more by making your own beef stock .

Author: Taylor Boetticher

Heavenly Apple Cake

Author: Joan Nathan

Shabbat Mandarin Marble Loaf

Author: Marcy Goldman

Sablé Galette Cookies

Author: Paula Shoyer

Mocha Matzoh Napoleon

Author: Paula Shoyer