B'nai Shalom (Children of Peace.org) Recipes for Jewish Food Potluck at Gatherings

This page leads you to basic information, origins, terminology, and recipes about some traditional Jewish foods.
You are welcome to contribute more information or recipes.

DISCLAIMERS:
(1) References to recipe websites do not constitute our endorsement of anything advertised therein and are used purely for information. B'nai Shalom does not endorse or advertise any other organization.
(2) Bnai Shalom does not specify Kosher. If you wish to bring Kosher food, you are welcome to.
(3) Info: Harmons in Orem, Santa Clara, and Draper carry Passover items. This mention does not imply endorsement.

General:
 

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Lox

Stuffed Cabbage

Chopped liver

Latkes

Israeli Salad

Blintzes

Matzo Ball Soup

Corned Beef&Cabbage

Hamantaschen

Rugelach

Bumuelos-Pastry

Knish

Matzo Crackers

Matzo Balls

Chicken Soup

Couscous

Kugel

Rueben Sandwich
sambusak-chickpea
Sambusak

Tabouleh

Stuffed Dates Prunes

Falafel

Gefilte fish

Bagels

Chicken Marbella

Sephardic Borekas

Challah

Borscht

Babka

Baklava

Pastelicos-Pastry

Tzimmes

Kreplach

Bolinas

Hummus

Halvah

Sabich

EggPlant
A few jokes
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