Kosher Food Sitemap - Page 1 2016-09-26

Sukkot Desserts - Kosher Dessert Recipes for Jewish Holiday of Succoth
During the harvest and pilgrimage festival of Sukkot (Judaism's Feast of Tabernacles), Jews eat in temporary huts like the ancient Israelites did in the desert after the Exodus. Given the colorful surroundings of each booth (Sukkah) and the harvest theme, Sukkot desserts tend to include fruit and/or nuts.

Jewish Holiday Cooking
Enjoy menu plans and recipes for each of the Jewish holidays - Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year), Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles), Hanukkah (Festival of Lights), Tu B'Shvat (New Year for Trees), Purim (Feast of Lots), Pesach (Passover) and Shavuot (Feast of Weeks).

Top 10 Tips for Creative Kosher Cooking
Get tips for making kosher cooking creative, fun, fresh, and delicious, with information on sourcing the best ingredients, finding recipes, and more.

Thanksgivukkah Recipes
Recipes inspired by the unusual convergence of Chanukah and Thanksgiving, and that celebrate the food traditions of both holidays.

The Seven Species of Israel
A description of the Seven Species of ancient Israeli agriculture, along with recipes and information about their symbolism.

Traditional Rosh Hashana Honey Cake
A dairy-free recipe for traditional Rosh Hashana Honey Cake, also known as Lekach, spiced with cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, nutmeg, and vanilla.

Amazing Artisanal and Single-Source Honeys
A roundup of artisanal and single-source honey producers, with information about each apiary, including honey types, pricing, and links to online ordering.

10 Symbolic Foods for Rosh Hashana
10 Symbolic Foods for Rosh Hashana with recipe suggestions. Plus, explanations of Ashkenazic and Sephardic Jewish New Year food traditions.

Kosher Food - Cultural Traditions & Religious Proscriptions
Recipes, information, tips, and advice about kosher cooking and keeping a kosher home.

Break Fast - What to Eat After Fasting
After fasting for a day, as Jews do on days such as Yom Kippur and Tisha B'Av, it is best to eat light foods. Enjoy these kosher break fast recipes.

Kosher Cookie and Bar Recipes - Desserts
Kosher cookies and bars are often non-dairy so they can be eaten after festive meat meals.

Chocolate Chip Sour Cream Coffee Cake Recipe
A recipe for Sour Cream Coffee Cake layered and topped with a chocolate, brown sugar and cinnamon crunch. Baked in a Bundt pan, it's attractive, too.

Kosher Kugel Recipes - Dairy Kugels
Kugels were developed to meet Jewish religious constraints of not cooking or kindling fire on the Sabbath. Kugels can be prepared before the Sabbath, and they can be slow-cooked or kept warm on a warming plate. Kugels -- both sweet and savory, dairy or pareve -- usually consist of pasta or grains bound together by fats and/or eggs, and are often flavored with vegetables, fruits or cheese.

Gluten-Free Passover - Pesach and Celiac Disease
Many - but not all - kosher for Passover products are gluten-free, making Passover an opportune time for those with celiac disease to stock their pantries. Likewise, many - but not all - Passover recipes are gluten-free. This page provides links to gluten-free products, gluten-free recipes for classic Passover dishes, and a gluten-free Passover Seder menu.

Grain Side Dish - Kosher Recipes for Side Dishes with Grains
This collection of kosher recipes includes grains such as kasha, barley and rice to help you find the perfect grain side dish for your next kosher meal.

Kosher Israeli Food
Use these recipes for Israeli food and your kosher kitchen to create a kosher Israeli feast!

Old Fashioned Poppy Seed Cookies Recipe
A dairy-free recipe for Old Fashioned Poppy Seed cookies made with oil. The dough can be rolled out for cut-out shapes, or sliced for icebox cookies.

Quinoa, Arugula, Butternut Squash Salad Recipe (Pareve)
A kosher for Passover, gluten free recipe for Quinoa with Arugula and Butternut Squash, dressed in a citrus vinaigrette and pomegranate seed garnish.

Cream Cheese Noodle Kugel Recipe
A recipe for sweet Cream Cheese Noodle Kugel with a crunchy corn flake topping. Prep it a day ahead and bake before serving for a perfect brunch dish.

Israeli Chocolate Cookie Truffles Recipe
A kid-friendly, no-bake recipe for Kadorei Shokolad, Israeli Chocolate Cookie Truffles, made with cookie crumbs, chocolate, and butter or margarine.

Kosher Poultry Recipes - Meat
Kosher poultry includes chicken, turkey, duck, Cornish hen and goose. A wide variety of traditional and contemporary entrees can be made with poultry.

Sephardic Cuisine
The name Sephardic comes from

Shabbat Meat Entrees - Meat and Poultry Recipes for Jewish Sabbath Meals
While roast chicken is especially popular, many other meat entrees are traditionally served for Jewish Sabbath meals. Enjoy these favorite Shabbat kosher main course recipes.

Moroccan Chicken with Lemon and Olives Recipe
A kosher recipe for stovetop braised Moroccan Chicken with Lemon and Olives, seasoned with onions, garlic, paprika, turmeric, and cumin.

Kosher Salads & Vegetables - Kosher Salad & Vegetable Recipes
A great variety of salads and vegetables recipes that will turn your kosher meal into a kosher feast.

Kosher Kugel Recipes - Kugels
Kugels were developed to meet Jewish religious constraints of not cooking and not kindling fire on the Sabbath. Kugels can be prepared before the Sabbath, and they can be slow-cooked or kept warm on a warming plate. Kugels usually consist of pasta or grains bound together by fats and/or eggs. Kugels can be sweet (containing fruit) or savory (containing vegetables).

Savory Broccoli Kugel Recipe (Parve)
Whip up this easy-to-make, crowd-pleasing, seven-ingredient broccoli kugel for Shabbat dinner or anytime.

Easy Kosher Chicken Pot Pie Recipe
This creamy, delicious kosher chicken pot pie is sure to be a crowd-pleaser at your next Shabbat lunch or at a Sukkot holiday meal.

Kosher Meat Recipes
Jewish Dietary Laws allow for meat consumption, but ensure it is done with sensitivity. Only animals that BOTH chew their cud and have split hooves are considered kosher. These animals must be slaughtered in a kosher way for their meat to be kosher. And the meat must be handled and cooked separately from dairy to maintain its kosher status. Enjoy these recipes for kosher meat entrees.

Marinated Boneless Chicken Thighs (Pargiot) Recipe
These tasty marinated boneless chicken thighs are just as easy to prepare on the grill as they are in the oven.

Is Tuna Good or Bad? How Much Tuna Is Safe to Eat?
Tuna is a healthy fish, but it can contain mercury, which can be a concern for babies and young children. Learn how much tuna you should eat.

Seasonal Shabbat Dinner Menus and Recipe Collections
This collection of Shabbat menus features suggestions for seasonal menus, economical meals for a crowd, quick and easy recipes, and low carb options.

Are Brussels Sprouts Kosher?
A look at the kosher status of fresh Brussels sprouts, why kashrut agencies frown on their use, and how home cooks handle the controversy.

Crowd Pleasing Rosh Hashanah Menu and Recipes
Inviting a crowd for Rosh Hashanah? This selection of recipes will help you build a menu that satisfies a variety of tastes and dietary restrictions.

Dairy-Free Chai-Spiced Honey Cake Recipe
A fresh spin on a Rosh Hashana classic, this dairy-free Chai-Spiced Honey Cake is flavored with cardamom, ginger, cinnamon, vanilla, and nutmeg.

Apple and Dried Cherry Crisp Recipe (Pareve)
A recipe for dairy-free, kosher Apple and Dried Cherry Fruit Crisp made with apples, dried tart cherries, and an oat, maple, and pecan crisp topping.

Lemony Greek Potatoes with Oregano and Garlic Recipe
A recipe for Lemony Greek Potatoes with Oregano and Garlic, baked with lemon, garlic, and oregano until they're tender inside and crisp outside.

Vegetable Side Dishes
You can use this collection of recipes for side dishes with vegetables to find the perfect vegetable side dish for your next kosher meal.

Sesame Teriyaki Green Beans Recipe
A recipe for Sesame Green Beans flavored with teriyaki, olive oil and garlic, and tossed with sesame seeds. Add carrots for a more colorful side dish.

Kosher Italian Food
Use these Italian recipes and your kosher kitchen to create a kosher Italian feast!

How to Make Gefilte Fish with Step-by-Step Instructions
A recipe and photo-illustrated instructions for making gefilte fish, a traditional first course for Ashkenazi Jewish Sabbath and holiday meals.

How to Make Gefilte Fish - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Gefilte Fish
Gefilte fish is traditionally served as a first course for Jewish Sabbath and holidays meals. You can make a large batch of gefilte fish in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making gefilte fish.

How to Make Gefilte Fish - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Gefilte Fish
Gefilte fish is traditionally served as a first course for Jewish Sabbath and holidays meals. You can make a large batch of gefilte fish in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making gefilte fish.

How to Make Gefilte Fish - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Gefilte Fish
Gefilte fish is traditionally served as a first course for Jewish Sabbath and holidays meals. You can make a large batch of gefilte fish in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making gefilte fish.

How to Make Gefilte Fish - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Gefilte Fish
Gefilte fish is traditionally served as a first course for Jewish Sabbath and holidays meals. You can make a large batch of gefilte fish in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making gefilte fish.

How to Make Gefilte Fish - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Gefilte Fish
Gefilte fish is traditionally served as a first course for Jewish Sabbath and holidays meals. You can make a large batch of gefilte fish in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making gefilte fish.

How to Make Gefilte Fish - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Gefilte Fish
Gefilte fish is traditionally served as a first course for Jewish Sabbath and holidays meals. You can make a large batch of gefilte fish in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making gefilte fish.

How to Make Gefilte Fish - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Gefilte Fish
Gefilte fish is traditionally served as a first course for Jewish Sabbath and holidays meals. You can make a large batch of gefilte fish in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making gefilte fish.

How to Make Gefilte Fish - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Gefilte Fish
Gefilte fish is traditionally served as a first course for Jewish Sabbath and holidays meals. You can make a large batch of gefilte fish in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making gefilte fish.

How to Make Gefilte Fish - Guide to Jewish Cooking - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Gefilte Fish
Gefilte fish is traditionally served as a first course for Jewish Sabbath and holidays meals. You can make a large batch of gefilte fish in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then just defrost, heat and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making gefilte fish.

Blackberry Lemon Yogurt Cake Recipe
A recipe for Blackberry Lemon Yogurt Cake, a loaf cake enriched with white whole wheat flour and flavored with lemon zest and vanilla.

Easy Mushroom Cream Sauce Recipe
A quick recipe for Mushroom Cream Sauce, made with sauteed onions, mushrooms, butter, and cream.

Side Dishes for Rosh Hashanah
There is more to Rosh Hashanah side dishes than sweet kugels and tzimmes.

Roasted Simanim Tzimmes with Tahini Honey Drizzle
A recipe for roasted vegetable tzimmes that incorporates many symbolic foods for Rosh Hashana.

Persian Roast Chicken Recipe
A kosher recipe for Persian Roast Chicken, featuring citrusy notes from lemon and clementine, plus saffron and spices.

Potato Side Dishes - Kosher Side Dish Recipes with Potatoes
You can use this collection of recipes for side dishes with potatoes to find the perfect potato side dish for your next kosher meal.

Kosher Cake Recipes
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Shavuot Appetizers - Kosher Dairy Recipes for Jewish Holiday of Shavuos
It is customary to eat dairy food on Shavuot. Enjoy these kosher recipes for Shavuot appetizers such as blintzes, cheese balls, spinach balls and soups.

Sara Finkel's Coconut Halvah Bars Recipe
A dairy-free recipe for Coconut Halvah Bars, featuring a shortbread pastry base, cocoa halvah filling, and coconut meringue topping.

Sweet Potato, Spinach, and Onion Tart Recipe (Pareve)
A kosher recipe for Sweet Potato, Spinach, and Caramelized Onion Tart with Balsamic Reduction made with puff pastry. (Pareve)

Dairy-Free Mashed Potatoes Recipe
A recipe for kosher, dairy-free mashed potatoes, made with soy milk and spices. Add olive oil, and customize with your favorite herbs if desired.

Breakfast Cereals & Grains
Kosher breakfast grain and cereal recipes

Two-Minute Cole Slaw Recipe
This 2 Minute coleslaw is ultra-fast to put together thanks the the use of a pre-cut cabbage and carrot mix.

Yom Kippur Pre-Fast Meal - Kosher Meat Menu and Recipes - Meal of Cessation - Seudah Mafseket
If you prefer to eat a meat meal before the Yom Kippur fast, this menu includes kosher recipes for low-salt soup, chicken, side dishes and dessert.

Kosher Oven Fried Breaded Chicken Recipe
An easy, egg-free kosher recipe for oven fried breaded chicken, made with skinless chicken, regular or panko bread crumbs, and spices.

Kosher Salad Recipes
Find a variety of kosher recipes for colorful, healthy salads. Salads are an important part of kosher dining as they can be easily incorporated into meat or dairy menus.

Eggplant Vegetarian Chopped Liver Recipe
A dairy-free recipe for Vegetarian Chopped Liver, made with eggplant, onions, garlic, and hard-boiled eggs. Serve on challah, or as a dip for veggies.

Moroccan Carrot Salad Recipe (Parve)
A quick, vegan recipe for Moroccan Carrot Salad, made with simmered carrots tossed in a lemon-cumin vinaigrette.

Kosher Egg Salad Recipe
A simple recipe for classic egg salad made with mayonnaise, mustard, and relish, including instructions on hard-boiling eggs.

Lettuce Salad with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Pecans Recipe
A recipe for Salad with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Pecans with optional feta cheese. A creamy (yet dairy-free) Dijon herb dressing ties it together.

Shabbat & Holidays
A collection of recipes and menus for Shabbat and the Jewish holidays, from traditional favorites to new and innovative dishes.

Low Carbohydrate Sabbath Menus with Recipes
Shabbat menus for dinner and lunch for those watching their carbohydrate intake, featuring protein-rich mains, plus salads, veggie sides, and dessert.

Kosher Appetizer Recipes
From causal dips to formal party fare, appetizers waken the appetite and set the stage for a great meal. These kosher options range from traditional Ashkenazic and Sephardic offerings like Blintzes, Chopped Liver, Gefilte Fish, Baba Ghanouj, and Burekas. Herring, and Whitefish Salad. Plus, you'll find lots of delicious kosher takes on starters from international cuisines.

Susie Fishbein's Kosher by Design Chef's Salad Recipe
A recipe for a kosher take on Chef's Salad by Susie Fishbein, from her cookbook Kosher by Design, made with pastrami, salami, and smoked turkey.

Hamantaschen with Chocolate Dough Recipe (Dairy)
A recipe for Hamantaschen made with a cocoa-infused chocolate dough. Raspberry jam, Nutella, peanut butter, or white chocolate make great fillings.

White Chocolate Macadamia Energy Bar Recipe
A recipe for homemade White Chocolate Macadamia Nut energy bars, made with oats, almond butter, and dates, perfect for breakfast or snacks on the go.

Herbed Chicken, Corn, and Green Bean Sheet Pan Dinner
A kosher recipe for Herbed Chicken, Corn, and Green Bean Sheet Pan Dinner seasoned with fresh mint, thyme, zaatar, and lemon.

Nine Days and Tisha B'Av - Day of Mourning and Fasting in Judaism
It is customary for Jews to refrain from eating meat during the nine days (Tishat HaYamim) leading up to Tisha B'Av. Tisha B'Av - the ninth day of the Jewish calendar month of Av - is a day of mourning and fasting. On this day, Jews remember the destruction of The First Temple in 586 BCE, the destruction of The Second Temple in 70 CE, as well as other tragedies suffered by Jews in the past.

Pareve Main Dishes
Foods that are not meat or dairy are considered

Tofu
Delicious vegetarian entrees that are kosher and dairy-free.

Lemon Herb Baked Halibut Recipe
An easy recipe for Lemon Herb Baked Halibut, featuring a marinade made with extra virgin olive oil, lemon, garlic, parsley, and basil.

Kosher Bread Recipes - Kosher Breads
Jews have lived around the world over the centuries, and they have adapted different breads into kosher cuisine. Find kosher recipes for soft and sweet challah, dense and doughy bagels, thick European rye breads, and crisp Middle Eastern flat breads.

Creamy Avocado Spread Recipe
This kosher, dairy-free recipe for Creamy Avocado Spread made with avocado, mayonnaise, and lemon makes a zippy sandwich spread or dip for veggies.

Classic Tuna Salad with Dijon Mustard Recipe
A kosher, dairy-free recipe for Classic Tuna Salad, made with mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, onions, and relish. Celery adds crunch and color. .

Easy Israeli Pita Bread Recipe
A simple recipe for homemade Israeli pita breads. A short rise and quick bake time make this a good recipe for yeast-baking newbies.

Turmeric Rice with Golden Raisins Recipe (Parve)
A vegan, kosher recipe for Turmeric Rice with Golden Raisins, made with basmati rice, turmeric, curry powder, and golden raisins.

Roasted Vegetables Recipe and Tips
Simple instructions for making delicious roasted vegetables, including tips on the best cooking temperature, pan type, and veggie prep how-to.

Celebrating American Thanksgiving in Israel
A look at how one Israeli family celebrates American Thanksgiving, along with a menu featuring turkey, stuffing, veggie sides, and seasonal desserts.

Passover Recipes and Tips
Jewish dietary laws are stricter during Passover then they are during the rest of the year. This collection of kosher-for-Passover recipes and tips will help you prepare delicious meals for the holiday. From crafting great Seder, yom tov, and chol hamoed Pesach menus, to shopping for the holiday and adapting recipes, you'll find lots of inspiration, ideas, and advice.

Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Beets Recipe
A kosher for Passover recipe for Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Beets from Tamar Ansh's cookbook, A Taste of Tradition: Pesach - Anything's Possible!

Roasted Pistachio-Crusted Salmon Recipe
Author Ronnie Fein's recipe for Roasted Pistachio-Crusted Salmon, from her popular cookbook Hip Kosher.

Avocado, Hearts of Palm, Edamame & Za'atar Salad Recipe
A quick, easy, company-worthy recipe for Avocado, Hearts of Palm, Edamame & Za’atar Salad from Kim Kushner's cookbook, The New Kosher.

Vegetarian Main Dishes
Biblical text implies that vegetarianism is ideal. If, however, one cannot control a craving for meat, then meat can be eaten. The meat should be kosher as a reminder that the animal being eaten is a creature of God.

Vegetarian Entrées - Kosher Recipes for Vegetarians - Vegetarian Main Courses
Biblical text implies that vegetarianism is ideal. If, however, one cannot control a craving for meat, then meat can be eaten. While these kosher recipes for vegetarian entrées are designed for those with control over their meat craving, meat eaters are also welcome to give them a try.

Roasted Carrot, Apple, & Celery Soup (Pareve or Dairy)
This vegetarian recipe for Roasted Carrot, Apple, and Celery Soup, seasoned with garlic and ginger, makes a sunny addition to fall and winter menus.

Roasted Fairy Tale Eggplants with Mint and Feta Recipe
A kosher recipe for Roasted Fairy Tale Eggplants with Mint and Feta cheese. If you can't find baby eggplants, Japanese or regular eggplant works too.

Kosher Breakfast and Brunch Recipes
There is no better way to start the day than with a healthy breakfast. And late sleepers can call it brunch. Either way, these kosher breakfast and brunch recipes are sure to make your day a great one.

Dairy Main Dishes
Milk or any food containing a milk derivative - even in the smallest amount - is considered

Falafel, Pickled Vegetables, & Mint-Lemon Yogurt Recipe
This recipe for Falafel with Pickled Vegetables and Minted Lemon Yogurt comes from The New Jewish Table by chef Todd Gray and Ellen Kassoff Gray.

Todd Gray's Baked Salmon with Potatoes and Green Olives
A recipe for Baked Salmon with Potatoes and Green Olives from The New Jewish Table, by Chef Todd Gray of Washington D.C.'s Equinox Restaurant.

Kosher Honey Mustard Chicken Recipe
An easy, gluten-free kosher recipe for baked Honey Mustard Chicken, seasoned with curry powder, Dijon mustard, honey, and garlic.

How to Fast Safely and Easily on Jewish Fast Days
Tips from a nutritionist on how to prepare for comfortable, safe, and healthy Jewish fast days, including Yom Kippur, Tisha B'Av and the minor fasts.

Kosher Dairy and Fish Recipes for the Nine Days
A vegetarian and fish recipe collection for Jews who observe the custom to refrain from eating meat during the 9 days leading up to Tisha B'Av.

Whole Grain Oatmeal Raisin Cookies (Dairy)
A kosher recipe for Whole Grain Oatmeal Raisin Cookies, made with white whole wheat flour, old fashioned oats, and golden and dark raisins.

Grow & Behold Kosher Pastured Meats
A profile of Grow & Behold, an online purveyor of Kosher Pastured meats, including grass fed beef, lamb, poultry, and specialty meats.

Passover Meat Poultry Mains Recipes - Pesach Entree Recipe - Kosher Main Dishes
Roast Chicken is a traditional Jewish holiday favorite, but brisket, turkey and lamb are especially popular meat dishes for the Passover Seder. These recipes are chametz-free, so you can enjoy them throughout Pesach.

Easy Sweet and Sour Brisket Recipe
An easy kosher recipe for Sweet and Sour Brisket, made with a mixture of sauerkraut, peeled tomatoes and brown sugar.

The Sabra: Fruit As National Identity
Learn how to choose and use Sabra fruits, and discover why the Hebrew word for prickly pear is also slang for a native Israeli.

Honey Glazed Carrots Recipe
An easy, kid-friendly recipe for Honey Glazed Carrots, made with fresh or frozen carrots, honey, brown sugar, raisins, and cinnamon.

What are Jewish Dietary Laws?
A brief overview of the Jewish Dietary Laws, (laws of kashrut) outlined in the Torah, with examples of kosher animals and food categories.

Kosher Soup Recipes
Kosher soup is not limited to borscht and chicken soup. In fact, any soup made of kosher ingredients and cooked according to Jewish Dietary Laws is a kosher soup.

Hearty Mushroom Barley Soup Recipe
A kosher, dairy-free recipe for Mushroom Barley Soup that can be made with vegetable broth for vegetarians, or chicken stock for meat eaters.

Shavuot
Shavuot, the Feast of the Weeks, is the Jewish holiday celebrating the harvest season in Israel and the anniversary of the giving of the Ten Commandments to the Israelites at Mount Sinai. It is customary to eat dairy food on Shavuot. Enjoy these recipes for everything from cheese blintzes to lasagna to cheesecake.

What Is Parve? - Glossary of Kosher Terms
An explanation of the term

Hanukkah Cakes and Cookies - Jewish Holiday Desserts - Chanukah
Hanukkah desserts come in all shapes, sizes, colors and flavors. Enjoy decorated holiday Sugar Cookies, Cupcake Menorahs, traditional Hanukkah Doughnuts and contemporary cakes.

Basic Butter Cookies Recipe
This basic butter cookie recipe is simple to prepare. Vanilla and a touch of orange juice add subtle flavor.

Dairy-Free Sugar Cookies Recipe
A recipe for dairy-free sugar cookies made oil. Use the vanilla dough for sliced icebox cookies, or roll it out and shape with cookie cutters.

Quick and Easy Sukkot Menus and Recipes
These Sukkot menus feature quick, easy, festive recipes full of foods that are easy to carry to the Sukkah for serving.

Vanilla Sugar Cookies Recipe
A Vanilla Sugar Cookie recipe made with butter. Roll out the easy-to-handle dough and shape with cookie cutters, or make sliced icebox cookies.

Maple Glazed Vegan Water Challah Recipe
A recipe for vegan Water Challah. The loaf is brushed with a maple and soymilk mixture instead of egg wash for a lovely crust with a golden sheen.

Indian-Spiced Salmon with Garam Masala Recipe
A quick kosher recipe for oven-roasted Indian-Spiced Salmon, made with garam masala, tamari, maple syrup, and lime.

Meat Main Dishes - Poultry Entrees - Kosher Recipes
Any food made with meat or fowl is considered

Broiled Kosher Hamburger Recipe
An easy recipe for kosher broiled hamburgers that can be made with ground beef or a vegetarian meat substitute.

Shabbat Side Dishes - Kosher Side Dish Recipes for Jewish Sabbath Meals
Dress up your Sabbath meal this week with a delicious side dish. This collection of Shabbat side dishes includes recipes with potatoes, grains and vegetables.

Farro with Spice Roasted Chickpeas and Cauliflower
A kosher, vegan recipe for whole grain Farro Salad with Spice Roasted Chickpeas and Cauliflower.

Yom Kippur Kosher Break Fast Menu and Recipes
After the Yom Kippur fast, it is best to eat light foods. Enjoy these kosher Break Fast recipes.

Giora Shimoni's Favorite Yom Kippur Break Fast Menu
This Israeli-style Yom Kippur break fast menu includes Ashkenazi comfort food like Blintz Souffle, kugel, and crustless egg and cheese quiche.

Crustless Cheese and Vegetable Quiche
An easy recipe for Crustless Cheese and Vegetable Quiche made with cottage cheese, cheddar, mushrooms, onions, and tomatoes.

Spinach Lasagna Recipe
An easy Spinach Lasagna recipe, made with frozen spinach, ricotta, marinara, and no-boil noodles. The recipe serves up to 4, and is easily doubled.

Sweet and Savory Coca Cola Brisket Recipe
The secret to this brisket recipe is Coca Cola, which tenderizes the meat. Onions, wine, honey, and spices round out the sweet and savory marinade.

How to Make an Amazing Israeli Breakfast Buffet
How to make an Israeli Breakfast, inspired by the buffets popular on kibbutzim and in Israeli hotels and restaurants.

How to Make an Amazing Israeli Breakfast Buffet
How to make an Israeli Breakfast, inspired by the buffets popular on kibbutzim and in Israeli hotels and restaurants.

Hanukkah Food Traditions with Menus and Recipes
An overview of Hanukkah food traditions, along with menus and recipes for the Jewish Festival of Light.

Rainbow Slaw with Tamari Ginger Vinaigrette Recipe
A recipe for rainbow slaw made with with purple cabbage, bell peppers, carrots, and snow peas, dressed in a tamari-ginger vinaigrette.

Passover Soups - Pesach Soup Recipes
While Matzo Ball Soup is a Passover favorite, there are many other soups that work well for this Spring holiday. Since many soup recipes do not contain chametz anyway, there is often no need to make Passover ingredient adjustments to soup recipes. And soup is a great way to balance the heaviness of other Passover dishes. Enjoy this varied collection of Passover Soup recipes.

Rich Kosher Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe
A kosher recipe for traditional chicken noodle soup, made with chicken wings, vegetables, herbs, and spices. Swap matzo balls for noodles on Passover.

A Collection of Delicious Kosher Brisket Recipes
Tips and recipes for making delicious kosher beef brisket for Shabbat, holidays, or everyday meals.

Kosher Food 101: The Basics of Which Foods are Kosher
The basics of kosher food, including an overview of the biblical laws determining which foods are kosher, to the modern evolution of kosher practice.

What to Serve a Kosher Guest in Non-Kosher Home
Tips for entertaining kosher guests in a non-kosher home, including details about which foods to offer and how to serve them.

Guide to Kosher Certification Labels
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Kosher Symbols 101: Who's Who in Kosher Certification
A breakdown of various types of kosher certification agencies and symbols in the US and internationally, including regional and specialty hechshers.

Shlach Manos Ideas and Recipes
It is a mitzvah (commandment) on Purim to send food baskets to help others celebrate the holiday. Shlach Manos in Yiddish, or Mishloach Manot in Hebrew, means

A Purim Food Primer with Menus and Recipes
A basic overview of food traditions associated with the Jewish holiday of Purim, along with recipe and menu suggestions for Purim celebrations.

Shabbat Salads - Kosher Salad Recipes for the Jewish Sabbath Meal
The Jewish Sabbath is a day of rest, during which Jews tend to spend a good amount of time around the table eating and talking. Salads are a wonderful way to lighten up the Shabbat meal so we feel refreshed rather than weighted down when it is time to begin our work week again.

Israeli Eggplant and Red Pepper Salad (Parve)
A vegan recipe for Israeli Eggplant and Pepper Salad, made with fried eggplant, red bell peppers, and a tomato garlic sauce.

Passover Desserts - Kosher Pesach Recipes - Passover Dessert Recipe
Passover (Pesach in Hebrew) is the Jewish holiday of freedom. Celebrate your freedom with these tasty kosher-for-Passover cakes, cookies, sweets and desserts.

Kosher Frosting Recipes
A collection of kosher cake frosting and icing recipes, including pareve buttercreams

Dairy-Free Chocolate Glaze Recipe
A dairy-free, gluten-free recipe for Chocolate Glaze made with cocoa powder, dark chocolate, and vanilla for decorating cakes, cookies, or fruit.

The Essential Kugel Recipe Collection
A diverse collection of kugel recipes, from sweet noodle and cheese, to savory potato and vegetable kugels, plus zoodle and spaghetti squash versions.

The Essential Kugel Recipe Collection
A diverse collection of kugel recipes, from sweet noodle and cheese, to savory potato and vegetable kugels, plus zoodle and spaghetti squash versions.

Easy Israeli Cheese Bourekas Recipe
An easy recipe for Israeli Cheese Bourekas, made with a mozzarella cheese filling baked in sesame seed-topped puff pastry.

Breads & Baked Goods
A collection of homemade kosher breads and baked goods, including recipes for homemade challah, pita, and more.

Gluten Free Coffee Meringues Recipe
This recipe for Coffee Meringues made with egg whites, sugar, instant coffee, and vanilla is kosher for Passover, and delicious any time of year.

Shabbat Desserts
What better way to end a festive Jewish Sabbath meal than with a sweet dessert? Enjoy these kosher recipes for a variety of Shabbat desserts.

Easy Shavuot Recipes for Busy Cooks
A collection of quick and easy recipes for the harvest holiday of Shavuot, from appetizers and dairy mains, to vegan options and dessert treats.

Levana Kirshchenbaum's Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe
A recipe for dairy-free Chocolate Chip Cookies, made with vegetable oil instead of butter, from kosher chef and cookbook author Levana Kirshchenbaum.

Kasha Varnishkes (Bow Tie Pasta and Buckwheat)
A traditional, pareve Ashkenazic recipe for Kasha Varnishkes, or bow tie pasta with toasted buckwheat groats.

Get Out Of Town: Your Guide to Kosher Travel
An overview of kosher travel options, including villas, cruises, big cities, and day trips, with tips on where to find kosher food while traveling.

Crunchy Red Cabbage Salad Recipe
This Crunchy Red Cabbage Salad features scallions, dried cranberries, cashews, and a piquant vinaigrette. Optional hummus sticks add extra crunch.

Kosher Culture, Restaurants, & Travel
Take a look at kosher culture around the world, and find and discuss kosher restaurants, and find information and resources for kosher travel.

Green Cabbage Salad with Almonds and Sesame Recipe
This Green Cabbage Slaw with Almonds and Sesame features scallions and a soy vinaigrette. It's great for barbecues and potlucks.

Kosher Dips and Spreads
This weekend, instead of egg salad and tuna fish, why not set out cut-up vegetables, crackers and pita with a variety of dips for your family and friends to enjoy? These dips are easy to make, tasty to eat and even nutritious - Avocado, Hummus, Baba Ghanoush, Matboucha, Olive Tapenade, and Vegetarian Chopped Liver.

Sweet Soy Chicken Wings
This easy, kid-friendly recipe for oven-baked Sweet Soy Chicken Wings, marinated with honey and garlic, is perfect for family dinners or parties.

What Does Glatt Kosher Mean? A Definition and Explanation
An explanation of the term

Tuna Fish Recipes - Kosher Tuna Recipe
Since tuna is so tasty, economical and healthy when eaten in moderation, I've included kosher recipes that make one can of tuna go a long way.

Carob Date Bars (Pareve)
A diary-free recipe for Carob Date Bars, made with wholesome white whole wheat flour, almond meal, and a dusting of powdered sugar and cinnamon.

Kosher Sloppy Joes Recipe
An easy kosher Sloppy Joe recipe that can be made with ground beef for meat eaters, or a vegetarian ground meat substitute for vegetarians and vegans.

Ask the Rabbi - Is Wild Salmon Kosher?
A reader asks if shrimp-eating wild salmon are kosher; Rabbi Barry Dov Lerner explains they are, as an animal's diet doesn't impact its kosher status.

Passover Grocery Shopping Guide
A Passover grocery shopping guide with tips and recipe links

Passover Grocery Shopping Guide
How to stock your kitchen with kosher for Passover baking ingredients, oils, vinegars and pantry products. Page 2.

Passover Grocery Shopping Guide
Produce, herb, and spice buying suggestions for Passover cooking. Page 3.

Passover Grocery Shopping Guide
Snacks, beverages and sweetners to stock up on for Passover. Page 4.

Split Pea Lentil Soup Recipe
A simple vegan, gluten-free recipe for pureed Split Pea and Lentil Soup, made with split peas, brown or green lentils, carrots, celery, and herbs.

MLB Ballparks with Kosher Concessions
A roundup of MLB ballparks with kosher concessions, including details about menu items, concession location, and kosher certifiers.

Shavuot Entrées - Kosher Dairy Recipes for Jewish Holiday of Shavuos
It is customary to eat dairy food on Shavuot. Enjoy these kosher recipes for Shavuot Entrées such as Lasagna, Eggplant Parmesan, and a variety of Cheese Quiches.

Passover Grocery Shopping List
A printable master shopping list for Passover groceries, with room for quantities, additional items, and personal notes.

Sweet Cottage Cheese Noodle Kugel Recipe
A recipe for Cottage Cheese Noodle Kugel, made with egg noodles, cottage cheese, sour cream, and a cinnamon-sugar cornflake topping.

Israeli Flag Sandwiches (Dairy)
A simple recipe for Israeli Flag Cream Cheese Sandwiches for Yom Ha'atzmaut, Israel's Independence Day

Pastas & Grains
This collection of kosher pasta and grain recipes can be used for side dishes or main courses. It includes pastas, rice, a wide variety of whole grains, and a selection of scrumptious kugels.

International Kosher Cuisine
Any food can be kosher if it is prepared with kosher ingredients and in a kosher way. In an effort to ease your search for different kinds of kosher food, these kosher recipes have been organized by ethnic cuisine, including Mexican, Italian, Indonesian, Asian and more. Jewish cuisine is broken up into Ashkenazic and Sephardic.

Kosher Japanese Food - Kosher Japanese Recipes
Use your kosher kitchen and these kosher Japanese recipes to create a kosher Japanese feast!

Sushi Rice Salad Recipe
A recipe for sushi rice salad made with sushi rice, bell peppers, carrots, and cucumber, drizzled with a wasabi vinaigrette.

Kosher Sheet Pan Apricot Lime Chicken with Potatoes and Broccoli
A no-fuss, kosher, gluten-free recipe for a sheet pan chicken dinner, featuring Apricot Lime Chicken, baby potatoes, and broccoli.

Chocolate Dipped Oreo Truffle Recipe
An easy recipe for Oreo truffles, made with crushed cookies, cream cheese, and chocolate.

Challah
Challah is a loaf of yeast-leavened egg bread, often baked into a braided shaped, that is traditionally eaten by Jews on the Sabbath, holidays, and other ceremonial occasions. On some Jewish holidays, round challot are served. Some challah loaves are sprinkled with poppy or sesame seeds, and others are baked with raisins inside.

Step 3: Twist Dough to Make the Head of the Key
Step 3 involves making a twist from 2 ropes of challah dough, which will be used for the head of the key.

Step 7: Add Detail to the Key Challah
Step 7 adds detail to the key with bands of challah dough.

Step 2: Braid Dough to Create the Key's Shaft
Step 2 in making a key challah is to make a braid, which will form the shaft of the key.

Why Make A Key Shaped Challah?
These step-by-step photo-illustrated instructions will show you how to make a key shaped (shlissel) challah, perfect for housewarming gifts.

Step 9: Finishing the Shlissel Challah
Finish preparing the shlissel challah by rising and baking according to recipe instructions.

Step 1: Divide the Dough for Your Shlissel Challah
Information on how to divide the prepared dough to make a key-shaped (Shlissel) challah, plus tips on selecting a dough recipe for easy shaping.

Step 5: Attach the Dough Ring to the Braid
In Step 5, you'll attach the dough ring to the braid, to form the main shape of the Shlissel Challah.

Step 6: Create Teeth for the Key
In Step six, you will use rectangles made of dough to form the teeth of the key for the Shlissel Challah.

Step 4: Join the Ends of the Twist to Form a Ring
In Step 4, you'll take the dough twist and shape it into a circle to form the head of the key.

Step 8: Get Creative and Decorate the Key Challah
In Step 8, you'll get creative and decorate your challah with the remaining dough.

Passover Vegetarian Mains - Kosher Pesach Recipes - Passover Entree Recipe - Main Dishes
A collection of Kosher for Passover vegetarian main dish recipes.

Mushroom and Onion Omelette
A kosher recipe for a Mushroom and Onion Omelette, that can be made either with cheese or dairy free.

Gluten Free Fudge Brownies
A kosher for Passover, gluten-free recipe for Fudge Brownies, made with almond flour, chocolate, and cocoa.

Kosher Fruit Recipes
A collection of kosher, fruit-based dessert recipes.

Desserts - Kosher Dessert Recipes - Cakes Cookies Pies Fruit Candy
Food is an integral part of Jewish culture, and desserts are an integral part of Jewish cuisine. Jewish desserts are a synthesis of recipes from the many places that Jews have lived throughout the centuries, all influenced by Jewish dietary laws.

Delicious Kosher Cheesecake Recipes for Shavuot
Kosher cheesecake recipes for the Jewish holiday of Shavuot or year-round entertaining, including Chocolate Ricotta, Creme Brulee, and more.

Passover Seder Basics and Recipe Suggestions
A basic overview of the Passover Seder and the ritual foods associated with it, along with recipe suggestions for the festive meal.

Kosher Shabbat Apricot Chicken Recipe
An easy kosher, gluten-free recipe for saucy Baked Apricot Chicken, made with apricot jam, mayonnaise, and spices.

Kosher Potato Kugel Recipe
A recipe for a dairy free potato kugel made with potatoes, onions, and eggs.

Milk Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding
A recipe for kosher for Passover Milk Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding

Gluten-Free Potato Gnocchi With Pink Sauce
A gluten-free, kosher for Passover recipe for Potato Gnocchi With Pink Sauce from author Paula Shoyer's cookbook The New Passover Menu.

Parmesan Quinoa-Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms
A kosher for Passover, gluten-free recipe for Parmesan Quinoa-Stuffed Portobello mushrooms that can be served as an appetizer or vegetarian main course.

Non-Dairy Vanilla Buttercream Frosting (Pareve)
A kosher recipe for dairy-free vanilla buttercream made with non-hydrogenated shortening and margarine, confectioner's sugar, and soymilk.

Kosher Matzo Ball Soup Recipe
Matzo balls are dumplings served in chicken soup, especially on Passover. Enjoy this simple, fool-proof recipe for matzo ball soup.

Charoset Recipes from Around the World
An ever-evolving roundup of charoset recipes from around the world, to enhance your Passover seder.

Passover Side Dishes - Kosher Pesach Recipes - Vegetable Recipe - Kugels Salads
These kugels, casseroles, vegetables and salads will add color and flavor to your Passover meals.

Passover Noodle Kugel (Dairy, Passover)
A recipe for kosher for Passover kugel made with Passover noodles, cottage cheese, sour cream, and sugar. You can customize the recipe with raisins or apples, and even make it in advance and freeze.

Lemon Meringue Passover Seder Dessert Recipe - Susie Fishbein - Kosher Parve Recipes for Pesach - Jewish Holiday Desserts
Susie Fishbein calls this is a fabulous Passover dessert. The three components - meringues, lemon cream, and chocolate-dipped nuts can all be prepared 2-3 days in advance and assembled right before the Seder. This meringue dessert is also a delicious, year-round gluten-free dessert.

All About Charoset
Background on charoset, a mixture of fruit, nuts, and wine enjoyed at the Passover Seder, along with recipes for the symbolic food.

Kosher Food
Kosher Food. Page 2.

Golden Spiced Cauliflower (Parve, Passover)
A vegan recipe for oven-baked Golden Spiced Cauliflower, made with a blend of onion powder, garlic powder, paprika, turmeric, and olive oil.

The Ultimate Pareve Chocolate Cake
A dairy free, kosher chocolate cake recipe made with bittersweet chocolate and cocoa powder that can be baked in Bundt, layer cake, or cucpcake pans.

Pureed Butternut Squash Soup Recipe
A basic, vegan recipe for Pureed Butternut Squash Soup that can be customized with a favorite spice blend or garnishes like fresh herbs, pumpkin seeds or croutons.

Do All Jews Keep Kosher?
Do All Jews Keep Kosher? What percentage of American Jews today observe Jewish Dietary Laws?

Passover Food Myths and Facts
Myths and facts about kosher for Passover food that will give you plenty to talk about during the holiday.

Kosher FAQ
Is swordfish kosher? Why are eggs pareve? Why must poultry be separated from milk products? Where can I find kosher meat? Find answers to these and other frequently asked questions about kosher food.

Passover Rolls Recipe
A recipe for kosher for Passover Rolls made with matzo meal, eggs, and oil.

Apple and Walnut Charoset Recipe
This easy Ashkenazi charoset -- a Passover Seder fixture -- features apples, walnuts, sugar, wine, and cinnamon.

Traditional Mandel Bread Recipe
A recipe for dairy-free walnut mandel bread from caterers Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer.

Rice with Carrots Recipe
A simple, gluten-free, kid friendly recipe for rice enhanced with sauteed carrots and onions.

Kosher Moussaka Recipe
A kosher take on the classic Greek recipe for Moussaka from cookbook author Susie Fishbein, made with eggplant, ground beef, tomatoes, and a diary-free bechamel topping.

Are Kosher Hot Dogs Better Than Regular Hot Dogs?
A brief history of kosher hot dogs that explores their popularity far beyond the small kosher-observant Jewish population.

Kosher Chicken Marsala Recipe
A dairy-free, kosher Chicken Marsala recipe, made with boneless, skinless chicken breasts, Marsala wine, and mushrooms.

Homemade Bagels Recipe
A simple recipe for homemade bagels, made with flour yeast, water, sugar, and salt. The dough is simmered then baked, to create a crusty outside and chewy interior.

How to Make Challah - a Step by Step Guide
Making challah is not as difficult as its final braided shape makes it appear to be. And any effort that is invested in making challah is well worth the result! The smell and taste of freshly baked challah can turn a house into a home.

Traditional Ashkenazic Sukkot Menu and Recipes
Sukkot is Judaism's Feast of Tabernacles. Special Sukkot food customs have developed over the centuries. Enjoy these traditional Ashkenazic Sukkot holiday menus and recipes.

Chopped Tomato and Cucumber Israeli Salad Recipe
An easy, vegan recipe for classic Israeli salad, made with diced tomatoes, cucumbers, and bell peppers, simply tossed with olive oil, lemon juice and salt.

Kosher Cornbread Muffins
A recipe for honey-sweetened, dairy free cornbread muffins, made with oil and soymilk instead of butter and milk.

Israeli Potato Boureka Recipe
An easy recipe for dairy-free Israeli-style potato bourekas, made with mashed potatoes baked in sesame seed-topped puff pastry.

Israeli Rosh Hashanah Menus and Recipes - Modern Israeli Jewish New Year Meals - Kosher Recipes - Jewish Holiday Cooking
Rosh Hashanah menu ideas have been thrown around in Israeli newspapers and television shows in the weeks leading up to this year's holiday. These contemporary menus are creative and healthy, while maintaining touch with Jewish New Year food traditions. Enjoy these modern Israeli ideas for Rosh Hashanah holiday dinner and lunch menus and recipes.

Rosh Hashanah Food Customs and Menus
Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. Special Rosh Hashanah food customs have developed over the centuries. Enjoy these traditional Ashkenazic Rosh Hashanah holiday dinner and lunch menus and recipes.

Top Kosher Cookbooks
A roundup of exceptional kosher cookbooks for the discerning cook. Covering everything from kosher vegetarian and meat cookery to Jewish diapsora cuisine, from quick cooking to traditional holiday meals, there's something for everyone in this collection of kosher cookbooks.

Baked Pomegranate Chicken (Meat)
An easy baked chicken recipe featuring a savory marinade with the sweet tang of pomegranate.

A No-Cook Bagel & Lox Brunch Menu
This no-cook bagel and lox menu is ideal for the Yom Kippur break fast, bris and baby naming celebrations, wedding showers, and Sunday brunches. Plus get shopping tips and information on calculating how much food to buy for your guests.

Beyond Basic Latkes - 10 Fantastic Latke Recipes
A collection of 10 fantastic kosher latke recipes for Hanukkah and year round, including Curried Sweet Potato Latkes, Latkes with Ras el Hanout, Pumpkin Fritters, Vegan Latkes, Scallion Pancakes, and more!

Butternut Squash Kugel
A kosher, dairy-free recipe for Butternut Squash Kugel, made with roasted winter butternut squash, pure maple syrup, and eggs.

Kosher Basics
Want to learn more about what it means to keep kosher, and how to go about it? You'll find the basics here, from definitions of kosher terms, to explanations of kosher rules and answers to frequently asked questions about keeping kosher.

Rosh Hashanah Desserts - Jewish New Years Cakes
On the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, Jews eat foods that symbolize good things they hope for in the coming year. Desserts are particularly popular on this holiday as Jews hope for a sweet year.

Entrées for Rosh Hashanah - Meat Dishes for the Jewish New Year
Meat, rather than dairy, meals are traditionally eaten on the Jewish New Year. Since Rosh Hashanah is a two-day holiday, meat dishes that either work well as leftovers or can be reheated without drying out, such as brisket, turkey and saucy chickens, are popular entrees.

How to Buy Kosher
Where can you find kosher meat? Which restaurants are kosher? How can you organize a kosher trip? What is the difference between kosher and non-kosher wines? This information is designed to assist consumers of kosher products.

How to Cook Kosher
To cook kosher food, one needs to have a kosher kitchen, kosher dishes, kosher food products and knowledge of Jewish Dietary Laws.

Menus for Rosh Hashanah
Start the Jewish New Year off right with Rosh Hashana menus designed to make holiday entertaining simple and delicious. You'll find menus and recipe ideas that include traditions from around the world, including symbolic foods for a sweet new year, vegetarian menus, healthy options, and holiday favorites from both Ashkenazic and Sephardic cuisines.

Passover Recipe Collection
A collection of Kosher for Passover recipes and menus, from Seder dishes to everyday meals. You'll find everything from soups and appetizers to entrees, desserts, and snacks, including traditional favorites like matzo ball soup, to fresh, international takes on Pesach cuisine. Whether you're looking for quinoa recipes, Passover gnocchi, or the best kosher for Passover chocolate chip cookie recipe, you'll find it here!

Salads for Rosh Hashanah - Jewish High Holiday Cooking
Given that much of the time during the two-day Jewish New Year holiday is spent either sitting in synagogue praying or sitting around the dining room table eating, it is a good idea to include salads on the Rosh Hashanah menu.

Soups for Rosh Hashanah
I have strong childhood memories of eating Chicken Soup with Kreplach on Rosh Hashanah. As an adult, I discovered that there are many other traditional New Year's soups too.

Sukkot Appetizers - Jewish Holiday Cooking - Kosher Succoth Recipes
Sukkot is Judaism's Feast of Tabernacles. Special Sukkot food customs have developed over the centuries. Enjoy these kosher recipes for various Sukkot appetizers.

Sukkot Main Dishes - Jewish Holiday Cooking - Kosher Succoth Entrees Recipes
Sukkot is Judaism's Feast of Tabernacles. Special Sukkot food customs have developed over the centuries. Enjoy these various Sukkot main dishes.

Sukkot Menus - Jewish Holiday Cooking - Kosher Succoth Recipes
Sukkot is Judaism's Feast of Tabernacles. Special Sukkot food customs have developed over the centuries. Enjoy these various Sukkot menus.

Sukkot Side Dishes - Jewish Holiday Cooking - Kosher Succoth Recipes
Sukkot is Judaism's Feast of Tabernacles. Special Sukkot food customs have developed over the centuries. Enjoy these various Sukkot side dishes.

Appetizers, Soups & Sauces
Traditional Jewish appetizers include Baba Ghanouj, Burekas, Blintzes, Chopped Liver, Gefilte Fish, Herring, and Whitefish Salad. However, any appetizer, soup, or sauce can be made kosher by using kosher ingredients and preparing according to Jewish Dietary Laws.

Books, Products & Reviews
Roundups and reviews of kosher cookbooks and products for your kosher kitchen.

Kosher Recipes for Crockpots - Kosher Food
Crockpots are great time savers -- just place your ingredients into one in the morning and come home to a delicious slow cooked meal later in the day. These kosher recipes are ideal for crockpot cooking.

Gefilte Fish - Kosher Recipes for Gefilte Fish
Gefilte fish is a loaf of chopped up fish, usually white-fleshed freshwater fish such as carp or pike. The chopped fish is generally mixed with onions, carrots and parsley. Eggs and matzah meal hold the mixture together. Find a variety of gefilte fish recipes.

Hanukkah Menus
Celebrate Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, with menus and recipes that feature both traditional and contemporary takes on iconic holiday foods such as latkes, cheese, olive oil, and sufganiot -- fried Israeli jelly doughnuts.

How to Kasher a Kitchen
Kashering, the act of making a kitchen kosher, is a complicated process. These sites aim to assist anyone who wants to kasher a kitchen and/or maintain a kosher kitchen.

Kosher Cookbooks
To the delight of those who keep kosher, the recent boom in kosher food sales has been accompanied by the publication of more kosher cookbooks. Which kosher cookbooks are best?

How to Solve Kosher Issues
The business lunch is at a non-kosher restaurant. My mother-in-law is serving ham. My daughter wants us to make our kitchen kosher. How does one observe kashrut without insulting others who do not keep kosher? Are Judaism's dietary laws meant to cause separation?

Kosher Food Blogs
These top quality Kosher Food blogs are entertaining and enlightening. Learn how to keep kosher, get timely, popular kosher recipes, and see what's hot today in the kosher food market.

What is Jewish Cuisine?
What is Jewish Cuisine? What is the difference between Jewish Cuisine and Kosher Food?

Kosher Wine
The kosher wine industry has grown exponentially in scope and sophistication, producing vintages from premier wine-growing regions around the world. Learn about the world of kosher wine, including what makes wine kosher, wine reviews, pairing tips, and where to buy great kosher wine.

Latkas - Potato Pancakes - Traditional Hanukkah Food - Jewish Holiday Recipes
Fried Potato Pancakes, called Latkes in Yiddish and Levivot in Hebrew, are the most popular Hanukkah food. While traditional latkes are made from potatoes, today one can find many creative twists to the traditional latkes recipe. They include sweet potato, cauliflower, broccoli, guacamole, cheese and even tuna latkes.

Sufganiot - Israeli Hanukkah Doughnuts - Jewish Holiday Donut Recipes
I don't like to make or eat the deep-fried, jelly-filled doughnuts, called Sufganiot, that are traditionally enjoyed during Hanukkah in Israel. However, my children, like all Israeli kids, think Sufganiot rule. So here are Sufganiot recipes for your holiday celebration.

What is Glatt Kosher?
What is Glatt Kosher? Kosher Food.

What is Kosher Food?
Millions of people, from various religious and ethnic backgrounds, eat kosher food for religious, cultural, health and quality reasons. Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Seventh Day Adventists, Jehovah's Witnesses, Vegetarians, Lactose-Intolerant and others may share an interest in kosher food, but their definitions of kosher food may vary.

Glossary of Kosher Terms
What is the meaning of Fleishig, Glatt Kosher, Halacha, Hashgacha, Hechser, Shechita, and Tevilas Keilim? This glossary explains these and other kosher terms.

Yom Kippur Pre-Fast Meal - Kosher Dairy Menu and Recipes - Meal of Cessation - Seudah Mafseket
If you prefer to eat a dairy meal before the Yom Kippur fast, this menu includes kosher recipes for low-salt soup, entrees, side dishes and dessert.

Bagels - Kosher Bagel Recipes
Eastern European Jews brought bagels to North America in the late 19th century. Although bagels are considered

Glossary of Kosher Terms: Definitions of Kosher Terms beginning with Letter G
These are brief definitions of Kosher Terms starting with the letter G. For more detailed descriptions of these kosher terms, see the individual page for each term.

Glossary of Kosher Terms - Definitions of Kosher Terms starting with A
These are brief definitions of Kosher Terms starting with the letter A. For more detailed descriptions of these kosher terms, see the individual page for each term.

Glossary of Kosher Terms - Definitions of Kosher Terms starting with B
These are brief definitions of Kosher Terms starting with the letter B. For more detailed descriptions of these kosher terms, see the individual page for each term.

Glossary of Kosher Terms - Definitions of Kosher Terms starting with C
These are brief definitions of Kosher Terms starting with the letter C. For more detailed descriptions of these kosher terms, see the individual page for each term.

Glossary of Kosher Terms - Definitions of Kosher Terms starting with M
These are brief definitions of Kosher Terms starting with the letter M. For more detailed descriptions of these kosher terms, see the individual page for each term.

Glossary of Kosher Terms: Definitions of Kosher Terms beginning with Letter E
These are brief definitions of Kosher Terms starting with the letter E. For more detailed descriptions of these kosher terms, see the individual page for each term.

Glossary of Kosher Terms: Definitions of Kosher Terms beginning with Letter H
These are brief definitions of Kosher Terms starting with the letter H. For more detailed descriptions of these kosher terms, see the individual page for each term.

Glossary of Kosher Terms: Definitions of Kosher Terms beginning with Letter K
These are brief definitions of Kosher Terms starting with the letter K. For more detailed descriptions of these kosher terms, see the individual page for each term.

Glossary of Kosher Terms: Definitions of Kosher Terms beginning with Letter V
These are brief definitions of Kosher Terms starting with the letter V. For more detailed descriptions of these kosher terms, see the individual page for each term.

Rugelach Cookies - Jewish Cooking - Pastry Desserts - Rogelach
Rugelach, or Rogelach, are rolled cookies. Rugelach, which literally means

Dairy Soup Recipes
Kosher Dairy Soup Recipes. Kosher Food.

Glossary of Kosher Terms: Definitions of Kosher Terms beginning with Letter T
These are brief definitions of Kosher Terms starting with the letter T. For more detailed descriptions of these kosher terms, see the individual page for each term.

Glossary of Kosher Terms - Definitions of Kosher Terms beginning with Letter P
These are brief definitions of Kosher Terms starting with the letter P. For more detailed descriptions of these kosher terms, see the individual page for each term.

Glossary of Kosher Terms: Definitions of Kosher Terms beginning with Letter S
These are brief definitions of Kosher Terms starting with the letter S. For more detailed descriptions of these kosher terms, see the individual page for each term.

Kosher Cheesecake Recipes - Shavuot Desserts - Dairy Cakes
While cheesecake is the traditional Shavuot dessert, it is a wonderful cake to serve any time you are entertaining. Find a variety of kosher cheesecake recipes, from easy to gourmet.

Kosher Lettuce Salads - Recipes for Lettuce Salad
Since ingestion of insects is strictly forbidden by Jewish Law, lettuce must be carefully cleaned to be considered kosher. Find a variety of recipes for kosher lettuce salads.

Kosher Groceries
Grocery shopping tips and online sources for stocking your kosher kitchen.

Kosher Turkey Recipes - Jewish Holiday Cooking - Thanksgiving Turkey Recipe
Turkey is a great Jewish holiday entree as we often invite family and friends to join us for these festive meals. One stuffed turkey can feed a crowd, and all you need is a salad and dessert to round out the meal. In addition to Thanksgiving, I sometimes serve turkey on Rosh Hashannah or Passover.

Mother's Day Recipes
How many meals has your mother made for you in the past? Whether you want to treat mom to breakfast in bed, a healthy brunch, a picnic lunch or a celebratory dinner, these kosher recipes for Mother's Day can help.

Passover Seder - Seder Menus and Recipes - Kosher Pesach Meal
Seder is the Hebrew word for order, or organization. The Passover Seder is a festive meal that is conducted in an organized way so that all the mitzvot (God's commandments) of Pesach (Passover) will be performed. Enjoy these Seder menus and recipes.

Chicken Soup Recipes
Chicken Soup has been called the Jewish penicillin. Chicken soup, with noodles or matzo balls, is traditionally served at Jewish Sabbath and holiday meals.

Cholent Recipes for Sabbath Meals - Shabbat Cooking - Jewish Stews
Jewish law prohits lighting a fire and cooking on the Sabbath. So how can an observant Jewish family eat a hot, nourishing meal on the Sabbath? Cholent, a slow-cooked, bean-barley stew, has been the answer for centuries. Today there are a great variety of ethnic-influenced cholent recipes.

Kosher Pie Recipes - Desserts - Jewish Cuisine
Pie is such a versatile dessert. Once you get the crust-making part down pat, you can easily fill it to create eye-pleasing, delicious desserts. Everyone loves Cherry Pie, Apple Pie, Chocolate Cream Pie, Lemon Meringue Pie, Pecan Pie....

Kosher Frozen Dessert Recipes - Parve Desserts - Pareve Ice Cream
Thanks to non-dairy ingredients like soy, parve frozen treats have become popular Sabbath and holiday desserts. Enjoy these recipes for kosher frozen pies, confections and ice creams.

Low-Fat Kosher Recipes
Kosher food is one way to lead a more conscientious life, and low-fat cooking is one way to a healthier body. For the good of your body and soul, enjoy these low-fat kosher recipes.

Quick Kosher Desserts - Kosher Recipes for Busy Cooks
If your busy schedule leaves you little time for cooking, you don't have to settle for pasta again. With the right collection of recipes at their disposal, busy cooks can prepare and serve creative, eye-pleasing and scrumptious home-cooked desserts.

Quick Kosher Entrees - Kosher Recipes for Busy Cooks
If your busy schedule leaves you little time for cooking, you don't have to settle for pasta again. With the right collection of recipes at their disposal, busy cooks can prepare and serve creative, eye-pleasing and scrumptious home-cooked entrees.

Shabbat Appetizers - First Courses for Jewish Sabbath Meals
A festive appetizer helps to differentiate a Jewish Sabbath meal from a weekday family meal. Start your next Sabbath with these favorite Shabbat appetizers.

Shabbat Soups - Kosher Soup Recipes for Jewish Sabbath Meals
A collection of delicious kosher soup recipes for family and guests to enjoy at the Shabbat table.

Special Diets on Passover - Gluten-Free Sugar-Free - Celiac Diabetes
For those who follow special diets to manage celiac disease, diabetes, heart disease, food allergies, and other conditions, keeping kosher during Passover can be especially challenging. You'll find guidance and recipes here for following special diets during Pesach, including information on gluten-free, sugar-free, lactose-free, low-carb, and low-sodium kosher for Passover products and recipes.

Glossary of Jewish Foods
What is the meaning of Hamantashen, Sufganiot, Knaidlach, Cholent, Kasha Varnishkes, and Kishka? This glossary describes these traditional Jewish dishes.

Kosher Barbecue and Grill Recipes
A collection of kosher barbecue and grill recipes that are perfect for casual summer entertaining and special occasions, including Father's Day, Israel Independence Day, July 4th and more!

Kosher Travel
Keeping kosher does not have to limit your ability to experience the world! These companies provide information about and services for kosher vacations, including cruises, safaris, hikes, and more.

Noodle Side Dishes - Kosher Recipes for Side Dishes with Noodles - Pasta
Use this collection of recipes to find the perfect pasta or noodle side dish for your next kosher meal.

Kosher Specialty Foods
Kosher specialty food reviews, along with shopping tips and ideas for using kosher gourmet products and international ingredients.

Beverages
These kosher beverage recipes offer drink options to enhance your meals, or just offer simple refreshment any time of day.

Challah Recipes
Challah Recipes. Kosher Food.

Pre-Fast Meal - Dairy Menu - Kosher Recipes for Fasting
If you prefer to eat a dairy meal before fasting, this menu includes kosher recipes for low-salt soup, entrees, side dishes and dessert.

Pre-Fast Meal - Meat Menu - Kosher Recipes for Fasting
If you prefer to eat a meat meal before fasting, this menu includes kosher recipes for low-salt soup, chicken, side dishes and dessert.

Shavuot Desserts - Dairy Dessert Recipes for Jewish Holiday Shavuot
The best part about eating a dairy meal is that you can also eat a delicious dairy dessert! Enjoy these scrumptious kosher desserts on Shavuot.

Kosher Pasta Recipes - Pasta Dinner Menu
A pasta dinner is one of the very few family dinners I can serve and know everyone will be happy. Pasta works especially well in kosher kitchens as it is parve and can be part of either a meat or dairy menu. You can find here favorite kosher pasta recipes.

Kreplach
Kreplach are small pasta dough triangles filled with ground meat or mashed potatoes. Similar to dumplings, they are sometimes called Jewish ravioli or Jewish wonton. Sometimes kreplach is boiled and served in soup. Other times kreplach is fried and served as a side dish. It is customary to eat kreplach before the Yom Kippur fast, on the last day of Sukkot, and on Purim.

Passover Seder Menus - Menu for Pesach Seder Meal
Given the special food and dishes used on Passover, cooking for the Passover Seder can be a challenge. The ideal Seder menu includes delicious food that is not too hard or tiring to prepare. These Passover Seder menus are designed to help you plan your holiday meal.

Kosher Mother's Day Picnic Recipes - Kosher Picnics
After your Mother's Day breakfast in bed, why not pack up a picnic basket and head outdoors for a Mother's Day picnic? Dad can man the grill, the kids can play without making a mess, and mom can relax on a blanket and read a book. Enjoy these kosher picnic recipes.

Shavuot Menus - Menus for the Jewish Holiday of Shavuot
Shavuot, the Feast of the Weeks, is the Jewish holiday celebrating the harvest season in Israel and the anniversary of the giving of the Ten Commandments to the Israelites at Mount Sinai. Find a variety of kosher dairy menus for Shavuot.

Kosher Indian Food - Kosher Indian Recipes
Use these Indian recipes and your kosher kitchen to create a kosher Indian feast!

Purim Food FAQ - Symbolism of Purim Foods - Why
Learn about the symbolism of different Purim food. Why do Jews eat hamantashen pastries on Purim? Why is it customary to eat filled foods, like kreplach, on Purim? Why are there poppy seeds in many traditional Purim dishes? Why do some people eat a vegetarian meal for Seudat Purim?

Kosher German Food - Kosher German Recipes
Use your kosher kitchen and these kosher German recipes to create a kosher German feast!

Kosher Southern U.S. Food - Kosher Southern U.S. Recipes
These are kosher recipes that use southern American ingredients or have roots in the Southern U.S.

Favorite Passover Recipes
It just wouldn't be Passover without Matzo Ball Soup, Matzo Brei or Passover Rolls. Enjoy these kosher for Passover recipes for some of our Pesach favorites.

Jewish Ashkenazic Cuisine
The name Ashkenaz was first used in the Middle Ages for Jews living along the Rhine River in northern France and western Germany. Today Ashkenazi refers to Jews of European descent. While some people see Ashkenazic cuisine as staid peasant cooking, others see it as grandma's comfort food.

Kosher Asian Food
Use these Asian recipes and your kosher kitchen to create a kosher Asian feast!

Kosher French Food - Kosher French Recipes
Use these French recipes and your kosher kitchen to create a kosher French feast!

Passover Dairy Mains - Kosher Passover Main Dishes - Dairy Pesach Recipes - Entree Recipe
Dairy-lovers observing Jewish Dietary Laws can cook satisfying holiday meals with these dairy kosher for Passover recipes.

Passover Salads - Cold Salads for Passover Seder Menu
Most salads do not contain chametz, so making a kosher for Passover salad is easy. Lighten your Passover Seder menu and other holiday meals by including these cold, fresh salads.

Israeli Kosher Chocolate Rugelach Cookies Recipe
While I prefer rugelach filled with preserves and nuts, my kids like chocolate rugelach the best. This version uses a hint of cinnamon in the chocolate.

Apricot Walnut Rugelach Cookies - Kosher Cookie Recipe - Jewish Cooking - Desserts Recipes
Rugelach is sold fresh everywhere you turn in Israel, so I never felt the need to make my own. But six months into running a Kosher Food site, the time arrived for me to give it a try. I researched a bunch of recipes, took ideas from each of them, and then compiled this rugelach recipe. I was surprised to find that making rugelach is quite easy, and homemade is so much better than bought rugelach.

Purple Cabbage Salad Pesach
Susie Fishbein includes this recipe for Purple Cabbage Salad in her Passover by Design cookbook. This colorful salad, contributed by her friend Beth Eidman, can be prepared early in the day of the Passover Seder and then served as a Pesach salad or side dish.

Roast Turkey with Caramelized Onion-Balsamic Gravy
A recipe for Roast Turkey with Caramelized Onion-Balsamic Gravy from Susie Fishbein, author of the Kosher By Design cookbook series.

Is Quinoa Kosher for Passover - Quinoa Recipes - Pesach Side Dishes
Is quinoa kosher for Passover? Why is this health food becoming a Passover staple? Learn about quinoa and get kosher for Passover quinoa recipes.

Mishloah Manot Ideas & Purim Basket Themes
Creative ideas to help you put together fantastic Purim gifts, aka mishloach manot, plus lots of suggestions for Purim basket fillers, whether you to keep it simple, or work around a theme.