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Jewish Life in Late Antiquity
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A mouthwatering stuffed chicken recipe from 1896.
Recipes Remembered of The Sisterhood of Congregation Habonim, offers a look at how that community had evolved and adapted to life in New York City by the mid 1970’s, at least in culinary terms.
Matzo kugel have been a reliable way to transform a food that is frankly richer in ritual significance than flavor into a true treat for centuries.
DigiBaeck represents LBI's digital collections, a growing treasury of artifacts that document the rich heritage of German-speaking Jewry in the modern era
Holiday Baking and Hanukkah
All about Lebkuchen
All about Butterplaetzchen
German-Jewish pancakes and French toast were once served as main courses or desserts but evolved into delicious brunch dishes.
Julie Elias's recipe for Palets de Dames.
This deceptively decadent "strawberry cake" is delicious and easy to make. Fresh strawberries make it the perfect cake for summer.
A recipe for a potato strudel or potato knish from The Bukovina Cookbook