The JC’s food blog, written by our Food Editor, Victoria Prever
Fig and halva hamantaschen for Purim
Last year I was converted from hamantaschen-hater to freely fressing them whenever I can. Here is this year's triangular treat.
Cooking for love? It has to be hearts
I love a bit of kitsch, and for Valentine's Day, my heart tins and cutters will be getting plenty of use.
Getting wed at The Ned
The lovely folk at The Ned served up a fabulous feast, while showing off what a perfect place it would be to host a wedding
Global hummus shortage
Headlines across the net scream of a hummus price rise due to a global chickpea shortage
Veganism goes mainstream
As Veganuary comes to an end, have you been inspired to eat a plant-based diet, especially with Tu b'shvat on the horizon?
I've been raiding my store cupboards and digging in my iced up freezer to feed my family
Kosher school lunches
Why is food so bad at children's schools? And it's not even healthy.
Hummus - a political dip
From Facebook to my kitchen, the chickpea spread is a constant cause of controversy
A use for leftovers
If you have any Stilton or cranberry sauce lurking in your fridge this salad makes a lovely lunch. It also works with leftover roast chicken instead of cheese
Kosher Delicatessen opens in Hampstead
Stop the press — there's a kosher restaurant in London's NW3. Read on to find out whether you should you rush there.
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