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Brunch in the sukkah

Food writer Megan Wolf has a great premise for this Sukkot: How about a few light, refreshing savory meals to counterbalance the sweetness of our Rosh Hashanah menus?...

Roast Duck, left, and Baked Apple Pudding with Pears, from German-Jewish Cookbook

German-Jewish Cookbook: A food anthropology

From IJN High Holiday Foods Back in the 1990s, my brother brought a cassette of Jewish humor home from school. One of the routines featured a heimish Jewish woman who...

Carrot, Pomegranate & Barley Salad

Pomegranate-glazed carrot salad

Was this week’s weather trying to send a message — that it’s never too early to start Rosh Hashanah menu planning and cooking? The cool breezes have given way once...

Pretzel Bagel Dog hamantaschen

Marshmallow, pretzel, guava: Are these saying hamantaschen to you?

Back in December, IJN columnist Tehilla Goldberg bemoaned the lack of traditional potato latkes. She was surrounded by all sorts of latkes — butternut squash,...

Chanah Auerbach, also known as Chef Raw Raw

Denver’s Chanah Auerbach introduces ‘clean’ eating to Jerusalem

FROM CHANUKAH FOOD Agripas Street, in the heart of Jerusalem, is a meat-lover’s paradise. The winding street, adjacent to the bustling Mahane Yehuda market, is lined...

Thanksgiving knishes

Leftover turkey? No worries!

It’s Friday morning and you’ve got a fridge full of leftover turkey, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, stuffing and cranberry sauce. Now what? Sharon Sarna of The...

Colorful and seasonal Thanksgiving sides

Last year, in our annual Thanksgiving blog post, we told you of our plans to try some new Thanksgiving recipes. We promised we would report back on their success in time...

Which number corresponds with the brisket cut?

‘Secret’ brisket

A new feature you may have noticed in the IJN print and e-Edition is Dr. Lisa Greenstein’s cooking column, Kosher@5280. We felt we needed to share this one with our...

IJN High Holiday Foods: Walnut chimichurri — tested

What can we say? So many of the past recipes tested on this blog from the IJN’s various High Holiday Foods issues have become staples, that we found ourselves going...

Alternative flours explained + recipe

One of the favorite topics here at Rocky Mountain Jew is food, and Passover is one of those times where food really matters. Suddenly a major foodstuff is removed from...