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Low-fat latkes

Here’s something you probably thought you’d never hear: low-fat latkes. Sounds like sacrilege, or an oxymoron at best. But kosher cooking maven Helen Nash...

The ultimate latka: Rösti

How many ways can cheese and potatoes be combined? It’s an unspoken challenge the Swiss have taken up and the answer is apparently “endless”. Swiss...

Latkes with a kick

We’ve been busy in our test kitchen this week, trying out recipes from the Chanukah Foods section coming out tomorrow. This year the IJN was inspired by the...

The perfect latka

Many try. Some fail. A few lucky succeed. It’s a balancing act really. Keeping the grated potatoes from browning. Finding the right amount of onion to add flavor....

Chanukah recipes, revisited

Latkes: Wonderful, classic recipe. The russets worked great. Having no cheesecloth handy, we squeezed out the liquid using a thin cloth napkin. We did, however,...

Oy Chanukah, oy Chanukah

With Chanukah just around the corner, it’s to stock up on oil, potatoes, flour, yeast, raspberry preserves, apples — all the ingredients you need for latkes and...

Chanukah recipes: Kosher soul food

By Rachel Tepper, JTA MEMPHIS —— Southern food, a deep fried country cuisine eponymous with bacon fat and crawfish, is hardly something one would expect to find on a...