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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...

Chef Michael Solomonov sampling the wonders of the Levinsky Market in Tel Aviv.

‘In Search of Israeli Cuisine:’ Not just about falafel

By Lucy Cohn Blatter JERUSALEM — “I thought it was just going to be about falafel and hummus.” That was the perception of Israeli cuisine that filmmaker Roger...

Thomas Jefferson's Sweet Potato Biscuits

Thomas Jefferson’s biscuits

We have a special recipe for you this Thanksgiving. It comes to us from City Tavern in Philadelphia via IJN columnist Linda Berrettini-McGiness, who has been keeping us...

Beet Pickles recipe from Gefilte Manifesto

Gefilte Manifesto: Beet Pickles, tested

There’s a brief discussion in The Gefilte Manifesto, a new cookbook featured in the IJN’s Rosh Hashanah Foods section this week, about what to do with leftover...

Poll: Your favorite Rosh Hashanah food

We know, we know, Palisade peaches, Rocky Ford cantaloupe and Olathe corn are all pouring into the grocery stores, but in the Jewish world, with Rosh Hashanah being so...

Shavuot Southern style

It’s funny where Google Suggest — combined with typos — can take you. One that always gets me is “cheesecake.” I mistype and suddenly I’m searching for...

Super grain salads (II)

Cooking in the IJN test kitchen continues! We tried the second of the super grains summer salads, this one with an Asian twist, featuring grilled vegetables in a...

Super grain salads (I)

Did you notice the fabulous sounding and looking recipes we ran in our July 17 issue? They came to us courtesy of Pereg Gourmet, an Israeli food company that specializes...

Passover Foods, tested: Quinoa cakes

Heavenly little pillows of flavor and crunch! Honestly, we were surprised at how much we liked these crunchy quinoa cakes. They were absolutely beautiful, with a glean...

Colorado’s Jewish cookbook roots

Did you know that the first known Jewish charity cookbook was published by Temple Emanuel, back in 1888? We discovered this through the most unlikely of sources: Family...