Food and Recipes

Break the fast at Yom Kippur with some of the best traditional, and not so traditional, Jewish recipes on the web.

Yom Kippur is one of the more difficult Jewish holidays to follow because of the strict 25 hour fast that’s required.

Use this recipe to make a traditional Jewish lekach sponge cake and celebrate Yom Kippur right.

Yom Kippur is the most holy day of the year for Jewish people. This is their day of atonement and it requires a lot of preparation, fasting, self denial and eventually celebration.

This is the traditional recipe for Jewish egg bread, or challah bread.

Challah is a special Jewish bread that is eaten on the Shabbat and on special holidays like Yom Kippur.

Spice up your Yom Kippur meal with some new Jewish recipes, some of the best from the Web.

Yom Kippur is a day of atonement and is observed with a day of denial, much prayer and 25 hours of fasting.

This rugelach recipe is so easy and delicious that you can tailor it to suit any flavor craving.

Rugelach is one of the best traditional Jewish foods as it’s so incredibly yummy and there are so many different ways to make it there’s bound to be one that delights your taste buds.

Fall is a fantastic time to support local farms and add some delicious produce to your daily menu.

Local produce seems to be plentiful in fall, more so than at any other time of the year.

Make a traditional Native American treat, fry bread. It's such an easy recipe you'll want to make it every day.

When Christopher Columbus arrived in the Americas he was greeted, however cautiously, by the Native Americans who lived there, people whom he mistakenly called Indians.