Our takes on beloved Jewish dishes, from the best matzo ball soup and braised brisket to homemade challah and rugelach, including some recipes suitable for Passover.
Brisket that's tender and moist.
We've tested every matzo ball method so you don't have to.
Cooking brisket in a pressure cooker cuts down the cook time significantly.
A rich and savory spread that, at its best, can rival any pâté.
The world's easiest pancake? Possibly.
Warm your belly and your soul.
Crisp, plump, and potato-y, with wispy, lacy edges, these old-fashioned latkes need no gussying up.
A straightforward mix of apples, toasted walnuts, and sweet red wine, with some sugar and cinnamon tossed in for good measure.
This chicken is brined in lemon juice with garlic and spices.
Orange zest in the dough zings in contrast with a jammy filling studded with nuts.
Who says rugelach have to be sweet?
A surprisingly light and airy gluten-free dessert, infused with apple and spices.
Those impostors in the deli case wish they were these cookies.
We give the old Passover standby a face-lift by stuffing it with seasoned ground chicken (and frying it for extra flavor).
Savory Passover recipes to make this year's seder a smashing success.
From floaters to sinkers, @dgritzer lays out everything you need to know about matzo balls
Pile your bagel high.