Jewish Food

Jewcy Mothers Cooking: Hundred Year Old Hamantaschen

Jewcy Mothers Cooking: Hundred Year Old Hamantaschen
By March 18, 2011

A rabbi’s son has a hamantashen recipe. Are you surprised? Read More

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The Boozy Jew: Cocktails On Purim

The Boozy Jew: Cocktails On Purim
By March 15, 2011

What would Mordechai drink? We’ve got the answer. Read More

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Spam In The Jewcy Inbox: “White Castle Burger-Scented Candle, Quirky Hanukkah Gift Idea”

Spam In The Jewcy Inbox: “White Castle Burger-Scented Candle, Quirky Hanukkah Gift Idea”
By November 30, 2010

It’s just what every Jew wants for Hanukkah: a burning clump of wax that smells like tiny burgers. Read More

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How To: Make Your Own Purim Baskets

How To: Make Your Own Purim Baskets
By March 6, 2008

Tip: pick a theme! Read More

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The Friday 5: Top Jewish Breakfasts

The Friday 5: Top Jewish Breakfasts
By December 7, 2007

Breakfast. Mothers, nutritionists, and teachers alike tell us that it’s the most important meal of the day, and we Jews have a handful of unique breakfast dishes all our own. Have a killer recipe for one of the dishes listed? … Read More

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The List: Top Five Ways to Eat Leftover Brisket

The List: Top Five Ways to Eat Leftover Brisket
By September 4, 2007

If your family’s like mine, you have my condolences (Ba-boom! Thank you! I’ll be here all week). Seriously though, I love my family, but we cook twice as much as we eat. We have a holiday tradition of eating twice … Read More

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Chick (pea) it to me

Chick (pea) it to me
By August 14, 2007

Make your own hummus at home with this easy recipe! Read More

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