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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

There are lots of ways to infuse your celebration with Jewish meaning – and recipes from ReformJudaism.org. Start with a favorite turkey recipe and these dishes will cover the rest.

Marissa Solomon
Chef and restaurateur Michael Solomonov

I caught up with Chef Michael Solomonov, James Beard Award-winner for best Mid-Atlantic chef, to talk about the defining influences that shaped his career as a chef.

Aron Hirt-Manheimer
Hand using a wooden spoon to stir a pot of soup

My involvement with Judaism began in college, I engaged in Jewish culture in my kitchen and cooking became an accessible path into a world of Jewish tradition.

Chelsea Feuchs
whole roast chicken on a plate encircled by roasted carrots and Brussels sprouts

Learn how two young people’s passion for old world Jewish food inspired them to attempt to spark an Ashkenazi culinary renaissance.

Aron Hirt-Manheimer
Collage of about a dozen brunch foods as listed in the blog post

Summer days are dwindling. Why not seize the moment and celebrate summer by hosting a healthy and pretty brunch – with a Jewish twist?

Deborah Rood Goldman
Closeup of three hands holding lit sparklers against the backdrop of an American flag

Fire up the grill, Independence Day is coming! Add a little bit of Jewish flavor to your American celebration with one of these original, Jewish-inspired recipes.

Deborah Rood Goldman
Overhead view of hollandaise sauce and whisk in a pot

In his new book, Peter Gethers regales readers with the history of Ratner’s and its famous customers, but that is only one facet of his humorous and touching story.

Deborah Rood Goldman

In a recent Facebook Live event, ReformJudaism.org food editor Tina Wasserman showed us how to make her famous Passo

Kate Bigam
Plank of salmon garnished with peppercorns lemon slices and herbs

I love serving light foods that are naturally kosher for Passover. With so much matzah, vegetable and fish dishes are often a welcome addition in my home.In this holiday menu, my coconut carrot soup is a creamy soup at its finest.

Megan Wolf (JTA)

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