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  • Dairy works for Sukkot dinners, too

    Many Jews will consume milk and cheese for breakfast and lunch during Sukkot’s eight days, but there’s no Jewish law that says dairy is taboo for the main meal of the harvest festival. More ▸

  • Homey recipes for Sukkot

    Sukkot, which entails setting up a temporary house, is probably the most homey Jewish holiday of all. A new cookbook offers warming recipes for the chag. More ▸

  • Recipes for Sukkot

    From sukkah tours and star gazing to picking apples, autumn brings with it the harvest festival of Sukkot, and all the delicious and aromatic recipes that come with it. More ▸

  • Filled treats: the ‘stuff’ of Sukkot

    During the weeklong celebration of Sukkot, holiday recipes call for seasonal produce, particularly stuffed vegetables and baked goods. Food columnist Linda Morel offers plenty of options from familiar favorites such as stuffed cabbage to the unexpected, s More ▸

  • A Bukharan Sukkot

    Sephardi Jews from Bukhara, a region of the former Soviet Union that is now part of Uzbekistan, have a rich tradition of Sukkot celebrations. Young and old alike share good times and sumptuous meals. Linda Morel offers Bukharan recipes for succulent Sukko More ▸