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Closeup of a child looking down on a container of blueberry ice cream on a picnic table

This ice cream is made with 100% kid power! I love this process because it’s fun, interactive, and takes some stamina.

Hannah Riederer
Three blintzes on a plate garnished with peach slices and a dollop of sour cream

When we moved to Israel, I kept Grandmother’s blintz pans. They were a link to the past: to heritage, to history, to family.

Cantor Evan Kent
Collage of some of the Israeli dishes mentioned in this article including chicken kebabs and Israeli salad

You don’t need to be in Israel to celebrate this festive day the Israeli way. 

Marissa Solomon
Bowl of fried grasshoppers with one skewered on a long toothpick

Although we tend to limit our carnivorous palates to meat, fish, and fowl, a passage in Leviticus opens the door to crickets, locusts and grasshoppers.

Rabbi David Segal
People sitting at a seder table

Here are seven resources from ReformJudaism.org and elsewhere in the Jewish world you can use to help you create the best seder ever.

Jane E. Herman
Closeup of a hand dipping a spoon into a full bowl of matzah ball soup with carrots

Who says eight days of dietary restrictions need to make your life less delicious? Here are 18 recipes for a tasty (but still unleavened!) Passover. 

 
 
Marissa Solomon
Collage of photos of Passover recipes from around the world

These 10 recipes will give you a small taste of how many Jews around the world celebrate Passover. 

 
Marissa Solomon
Plate of hamantaschen with different fillings

When I was growing up on Long Island, hamantaschen had a golden yeast dough and filling that oozed from the seams. What ever happened to those delicious treats?

Cantor Evan Kent
Single layer chocolate cake with colorful sprinkles sitting on a plate atop a table covered in confetti

We've rounded up our best, chocolatiest recipes, all with Jewishly inspired origins, for you to whip up in your own kittchen. 

Kate Kaput
Albert Einstein's chocolate cup

An exhibit in a Manhattan synagogue invites visitors on a first-ever visual journey into the mysteries, opportunities, and resilience of the Jewish chocolate story.

Rabbi Deborah R. Prinz

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