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Passover Foods, tested

We figured something out last night: It’s a lot easier to test Passover recipes than to bake or cook on Passover itself. The primary reason for this is that...

Past Passover favorites

We’re busy in our test kitchen tonight trying out recipes from tomorrow’s Passover Foods section (how does a Raspberry Crumble sound?), but in the meantime,...

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...

Happy Thanksgiving!

It’s that wonderful time of the year! Crisp weather outdoors, orange falling leaves crunching underfoot, and indoors, the smells of roasting turkey, cinnamony...

Classic honey cake

What’s Rosh Hashana without honey cake? We loved testing out the recipes for apple cake and chocolate tart, but couldn’t imagine going into tonight with no...

…And one for the chocoholics

As mentioned in our previous posting, for this year’s Rosh Hashanah Foods section, the IJN let no bottle of cream go wasted, no sack of sugar untouched, and, of...

Sweet new year, and we mean sweet!

Apples and honey? Sure, it’s tradition, and yes, a crunchy sour apple with a dollop of honey is a winning combination, but is it a dish worthy of transmitting all...

Sicilian Cheesecake

Cheesecake, glorious cheesecake

It’s that time of year again, when butter, cream cheese, farmer’s cheese and ricotta all converge in creamy yumminess on our holiday tables. Yes,...

Chestnut Cake with Lemon Drizzle

Here’s the recipe — tried and tested — for the Chestnut Cake we mentioned about a week back. For most of you this is a recipe to try next year, by which time...