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    This week's #Borscht #recipe is a cool sweet-and-sour soup, perfect for the summer months! It originated in Eastern Europe and has become a staple in many #Jewish restaurants and kitchens. Photo: Flickr- Kelly Sue DeConnick

    It is customary to enjoy a dairy meal on the Jewish holiday of Shavuot, which was observed last week. It is a perfect occasion to try your hand at making this classic rice pudding #recipe that continues to be a popular #Shavuot treat. Enjoy, friends!

    There is no better way to whip up a new recipe than to learn from someone who is passionate about cooking! Not only does this week’s recipe of sacher torte result in a delectable dessert, but you learn a few tricks from an award-winning cookbook author on Jewish cuisine. Enjoy! Photo: wikicommons- Josef Türk Jun

    You could always use another great comfort food recipe, right? A knish – a dumpling covered with a dough shell that is either baked or fried – is a traditional Jewish snack food made popular by Eastern European immigrants in New York City. Have you tried it? Photo: Flickr/nav in atl

    We can imagine enjoying this week’s recipe, Matbucha, as a snack before dinner on a hot summer day. This classic dish, whose name literally means “cold salad,” is enjoyed in the Middle East and North Africa and is often eaten with challah bread in Israel. Would you give it a try?

    Do you enjoy dipping your favorite chips in hummus or guacamole? Have you ever tried combining the two? Look no further - this week’s recipe teaches you how to make grilled avocado hummus! Our mouths are watering … is yours?

    According to tradition, Jews are supposed to eat three meals during the course of Shabbat (Sabbath) – one on Friday and two on Saturday. Chickpea salad with sun-dried tomatoes is a simple (and tasty) option for an easy Shabbat meal. Have you tried this recipe?

    Some of our fondest childhood memories are made in the kitchen. Grab your kids and grandkids and create some memorable moments using this tasty recipe for Jewish Apple Cake. #recipes

    This week we’re making burekas- buttery pocket-pastries filled with cheese and spinach, traditionally made by Jews of Turkish and Balkan origin. Watching this video from our friends at Tablet Magazine will no doubt send you off to your kitchen. Visit our blog for the full recipe.

    Let's Make Barley Risotto with Zucchini and Walnuts!

    In honor of recently celebrated Tu B’Shvat, when it is customary to serve dishes with fruit and nuts, we’re sharing this delicious date and walnut pie recipe. Enjoy, friends!

    Our mouths are watering just watching Jewish cooking guru Joan Nathan make Dampfnudeln, or steamed dumplings, a dish popular among German Jews over the years. This version, covered in caramel and a vanilla sauce, is Joan’s suggestion for a perfect New Year’s Eve treat. Enjoy! (Photo: Flickr/Boris Mann)

    Try your hand at making Shakshuka over the holidays- a traditional Israeli dish of eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce! #recipes #shakshuka

    For the past week, we've been bringing you recipes that combine Thanksgiving and Hanukkah -- the two holidays converging tomorrow for the last time in over 70,000 years -- including challah-apple stuffing, pumpkin spice latkes, and sweet potato pancakes. Today's "Thanksgivukkah" recipe is for Maple Roast, a festive fall take on traditional brisket, again brought to you by the foodies at the Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership:

    Try this Israeli #Salad #recipe!

    Cheese blintzes for Shavuot! (Photo: istockphoto/Elzbieta Sekowska)

    Happy Hummus Day! | The Bridge


    Orange Date Challah Recipe for Rosh Hashanah

    Individual apple stuffed challah - Rosh Hashanah

    Cilantro Scallion Challah Rolls.

    Chocolate Caramel Tart

    Zucchini Tots - this is such a great way to help your family eat their veggies!