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Cornbread Challah

Cornbread challah, tested

Ahead of Thanksgiving, this week’s IJN features several fall-themed recipes and an article about the Sephardic Jewish love of pumpkin. One of the recipes is Paula...

Surprise! It’s Thanksgiving time

It seems that Thanksgiving has taken a lot of people by surprise this year. Many people simply didn’t realize it was fast approaching. It all comes down to November 1...

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...

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...

And now, to Thanksgiving

We admit: With election season being what it was, and election night being what no one was expecting, we’ve let Thanksgiving fall somewhat to the wayside. Were we the...

Past Thanksgiving favorites

Thanksgiving is one of our favorite times of year. We’ve written about it often, especially about all the wonderful food. There’s something magical about spending a...

Turkey-less Thanksgiving

A turkey-less Turkey Day. It seems wrong, but for vegetarians, Thanksgiving isn’t about the main act but all about the sideshow. And it’s still one of our favorite...

Thanksgivukkah: Turkey latkes with black pepper gravy

We promised you some Thanksgivukkah recipes, and we realized that this one is perfect for the day after Thanksgivukkah, which also happens to be the second night of...

The ultimate holiday mashup: Thanksgivukkah!

The Jewish holidays have been freakishly early this year, like Tisha b’Av in mid-July, Rosh Hashana just after Labor Day. And sure, it was nice to have the 25-hour...