Green shakshuka with feta: Even better than the original?

Chaya Rappoport   This recipe originally appeared on The Nosher. If I’m hosting brunch, it’s a pretty sure bet that I’ll make shakshuka. Saucy, spicy and runny with egg, it’s a universally beloved dish that, to its credit (and my eternal disappointment), never...
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This Romanian Jewish polenta is the ultimate comfort food

Ronnie Fein This article originally appeared on The Nosher. Back in the 1980s, when polenta was the hot new item on restaurant menus, I was eager to try it. I knew it was a traditional Italian dish, but it was foreign to everyone else, including me. I bought a package...
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Doro Wot: A fragrant Ethiopian chicken dish

Einat Admony This recipe originally appeared on The Nosher. Israel has a large Ethiopian Jewish community, but the majority of Israelis are not familiar with their unique cuisine. I, however, have always felt super connected with Ethiopian culture, partly because I...
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Shirley’s Kitchen: Sweet Potatoes

From: Shirley Goldstein Usually served this at Thanksgiving dinner This is always a part of Thanksgiving dinner and I was the one to make them… although I don’t have a formal recipe, this is close to what I usually do! Sweet Potatoes Ingredients: 2 large cans of...
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Yapchik (potato kugel with meat): The ‘Hungarian cholent’

Emanuelle Lee This recipe originally appeared on The Nosher. Yapchik is made up of two layers of golden, crispy potato cake — very similar to a kugel — that sandwich a layer of meat. As the fall days get colder, it will welcome you and your guests home like a hug, and...
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Shirley’s Kitchen: Sweet Potatoes

Shirley’s Kitchen: Sweet Potatoes

From: Shirley Goldstein Usually served this at Thanksgiving dinner This is always a part of Thanksgiving dinner and I was the one to make them… although I don’t have a formal recipe, this is close to what I usually do! Sweet Potatoes Ingredients: 2 large cans of...