It’s no secret that pretty much every Jewish tradition and holiday revolves around some sort of food consumption. Jewish tradition does not exist without the somewhat bland yet oh so delicious foods that accompany it.
You grew up on this food. It was likely a staple in your childhood home. The question is, how do you get these foods to become just as familiar and comforting to your children as it is for you? Well, the easiest solution is to make it a staple in your household. But that requires a lot of arduous cooking. So instead, save these recipes for holidays and special occasions (I’ve provided a recipe for each so you can get to cooking if you’d like). Make your children associate these wonderful tastes with a holiday they love and look forward to year after year. Maybe even help them learn about other Jewish cultures by introducing foods popular in other countries or in other families of different Jewish backgrounds. Here are my top Jewish food staples and how to go about getting your little ones to savor them as much as you do.