10 gorgeous new cookbooks to give or enjoy.
A California couple’s artisanal etrog liqueur is garnering raves for its exotic flavor and potential as a cocktail mixer.
"What should I make for dinner tonight?" In their gorgeous new cookbook, the Pollan family answers this question (and many more).
The interplay of spices, colors, and flavors lends an allure to a Jewish cuisine that is esteemed from Fez to Brooklyn to Tel Aviv.
From the zing of preserved lemons to the delights of feathery couscous, here are some of the distinctive ingredients and techniques that add magic to Moroccan cuisine.
While a lot of energy and planning goes into Seder repasts, there are still multiple meals remaining in the eight-day holiday. Here are some flavorful possibilities to explore during Passover and beyond.
The many iterations of a Seder staple.
With planning and savvy, you can serve fabulous chicken dishes at your family’s Passover gathering.
Indulge your beloved on Valentine’s Day with help from the First Lady of Chocolate, Alice Medrich.
A new generation of women is bringing a distinctive personality and creative panache to Jewish cooking.
From markets to restaurants, explore the fresh, local and inventive flavors of an ever-evolving food scene.
All-natural mixes are nostalgic, easy to make.
Mollie Katzen introduces updated and delicious recipes.
Deb Perelman chats with us about her new cook book and acclaimed cooking blog which has recently received top honors from Time.
Doron Petersan founded Sticky Fingers, a famed D.C. vegan bakery, and won Cupcake Wars without using butter or cream. Now she has written a cookbook in which she shares her secrets to creating delectable vegan treats
Follow these cookbook authors as they take us on a journey from classic dishes to a new and mouth-watering collection of recipes.
In a part of Central Asia, the autumn harvest offers flavors for a sweet new year.
Not near Washington, D.C.? You can still try the handmade, kosher treats of Dear Coco.
Spike Mendelsohn has set up shop amid the foodie culture in Washington, D.C., but he hasn’t forgotten his heritage and where he came from.
In her new book, Gail Simmons charts her rise from Jewish girl from Toronto who loved food to someone who built a stellar career doing what she loved most.