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Matzo Ball Soup

Stock: Place the stock ingredients in a soup kettle and bring to a simmer over moderate heat.  Partially cover the kettle and poach the ...

by Christopher Idone


Potato Pancakes

What could be simpler than latkes, traditionally served with sour cream, apple sauce, or both.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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Kasha with Vegetables

Kasha, also called buckwheat groats, is a healthy and delicious whole grain cereal that can be prepared in a manner similar to risotto to...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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Apple and Noodle Kugel

This is a wonderfully comforting Jewish dish from Lithuania that is ideal for brunch, but goes down just as well for dessert. I make it w...

by Anya von Bremzen and John Welchman


Chicken Soup with Walnut Balls

As a special Passover treat the Jews of Georgia prepare these delicious soup dumplings from walnuts, eggs, and matzo meal. Serve a few in...

by Anya von Bremzen and John Welchman



My favorite part of the Passover meal is the matzo, spread with haroset and horseradish. This recipe for haroset comes from my friend Tam...

by Anya von Bremzen and John Welchman


Jesse's Favorite Crispy-Baked Potato Pancakes

My son Jesse has always adored potato latkes and scallion pancakes. One Chanukah, inspired by his love of these two dishes, I revised the...

by Nina Simonds


Potato Fritters

This is one of the most famous of Jewish foods and a specialty of Hanukah. The latkes are served as an appetizer, as a side dish, and eve...

by Claudia Roden


Pasta Stuffed with Meat or Chicken

These dumplings of stuffed pasta in chicken soup—they are likened to Chinese wonton, Turkish manti, and Italian cappelletti—have a prest...

by Claudia Roden


Pasta Dough

Pasta in the old Ashkenazi as in the Sephardi world used to be a combination of flour and eggs with water. Nowadays as in Italy, it is si...

by Claudia Roden


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