Recipes for Jewish holidays are year-round favorites. Briskets simmered in a savory broth, kugels both sweet and savory, and potato latkes are beloved traditional dishes. And the comfort food classic, Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls, is always good for what ails you.
California Walnut and Apricot Rugulach
These traditional cookies combine walnuts and apricot marmalade.
Mushroom, Artichoke and Onion Matzo Kugel
Kugel, the traditional savory Jewish casserole, goes upscale with mushrooms and artichokes.
Shakshuka with Fire-Roasted Tomatoes
This popular Israeli breakfast dishes featured eggs and tomato sauce.
Brisket of Beef
Whether you smoke, baste, braise, sauce, boil or roast a brisket, low and slow cooking times are key for a tender and flavorful piece of meat.
Ginger Pear Noodle Kugel
You don’t have to be Jewish to love a good noodle pudding—just a fan of sweet, filling comfort food.