Jewish Dietary Laws
Isaac Madigan C2/C4
Challah is a must at all Sabbaths and and holidays. It will always be covered with a challah napkin or white napkin.
To commemorate the miracle of the oil lasting for eight days every year Jews light Hanukkah menorahs and eat fried foods such as latkes.
Bagel and Lox
A bagel is known as a typical Jewish food. It originated in 1610 from Poland.
Matzo Ball Soup
Mediterranean Style Brisket
Flour-less Chocolate-Almond Cake
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