Challah, borscht and a bialy are on the list of products placed in The 100 Most Jewish Foods. Noah Fecks/The 100 Most Jewish Foods hide caption
Challah, borscht and a bialy are among the list of things placed in The 100 Most Jewish Foods.
Noah Fecks/The 100 Most Jewish Foods
It really is difficult to speak about Jewish tradition without speaking about meals. The bagels, the brisket, the babka. Oh, the babka.
Ask anybody who is investing on the weekend filling their fridge with matzo balls for the future Passover Seder, and they’re going to inform you that food is connected with Jewish tradition and history вЂ” to the stage,where it could turn into a theology in as well as itself, the phase upon which all kinds of Jewish values are performed. (mehr …)