Each year since it opened its doors in October 1999, Artie's Deli in New York City sells a variety of traditional Jewish foods during Passover-one of its busiest times. Farfel is one of the deli's most popular dishes.
Hamantaschen cookies are popular treats for the feast of Purim, which joyfully celebrates the Jews' deliverance from the detested Haman. Make sure the cookie dough is well chilled before you roll it out so it won't stick to your rolling pin or counter and tear.
This Passover dish, sent to us by Rise Landsman in Teaneck, New Jersey, is usually served for breakfast, drizzled with maple syrup or sprinkled with sugar. It is also good as a savory side dish with salt and pepper.