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  • Mock Chopped Liver

    Mock Chopped Liver

    Ashkenazi Recipe Mock Chopped Liver. A Vegetarian Option. Ashkenazic Jewish Recipes. Ashkenazic Jewish Food

  • Schav

    Schav

    Ashkenazi Recipe Schav. Cold Sorrell Soup. Ashkenazic Jewish Recipes. Ashkenazic Jewish Food

  • Pita

    Pita

    Israeli Pita. Round Flatbread. Israeli Cooking, Israeli Recipes

  • Chocolate Challah

    Chocolate Challah

    Chocolate Challah Recipe. A chocolate twist on an old standard. Ashkenazic Jewish Recipes. Ashkenazic Jewish Food

  • Polenta

    Polenta

    Mediterranean Jewish Recipe Polenta. A staple of Italian Jewish cooking. Mediterranean Jewish Cooking. Mediterranean Jewish Cuisine

  • Sabbath Rice

    Sabbath Rice

    Mediterranean Jewish Recipe Sabbath Rice. Mediterranean Jewish Cooking. Mediterranean Jewish Cuisine

  • Nut-Filled Pastries

    Nut-Filled Pastries

    Mediterranean Jewish Recipe Nut-filled pastries. Mediterranean Jewish Cooking. Mediterranean Jewish Cuisine

  • Yogurt and Cucumber Salad

    Yogurt and Cucumber Salad

    Cooks acquainted with the Arabic table know tarator as a tahini-thickened nut sauce. Cooks familiar with Greek and Turkish cuisines see this salad as a cousin to tzatziki and cacik, with the addition of chopped walnuts.

  • Stuffed Grape Leaves

    Stuffed Grape Leaves

    Rice-stuffed grape leaves are a culinary classic through­out Greece, Turkey, and most of the Middle East. They have long been favored by Sephardic Jews, because they can be prepared ahead of time and served on the Sabbath.

  • Babka

    Babka

    This old world recipe for babka is luscious served as dessert, with coffee, or as breakfast. When it's baked, the dough becomes tender, so it pulls apart in buttery pieces that melt in your mouth.

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