I'm working on a project and would love your help! Please share the dishes you think of when you think of Jewish food.
  1. Brisket
  2. Matzo ball soup
  3. Sweet noodle kugel
  4. Potato kugel
  5. Latkes
  6. Gefilte fish
    Inedible but indelible
    Suggested by @samusher
  7. Halva
    Suggested by @yrfriendrachel
  8. Bagels and lox
    Or cream cheese or onions or capers or tomatoes or peanut butter or chicken salad or really just bagels plus anything
    Suggested by @samusher
  9. Challah!!!
    Challah French toast!!!
    Suggested by @sam
  10. Bagel
    Or Bialy. But Bagel is iconic. Bialy is just awesome.
    Suggested by @eatthelove
  11. Sufganiyot
    Because who doesn't love a jelly filled donut?
    Suggested by @eatthelove
  12. Babka
    Suggested by @eatthelove
  13. Rugelach
    Suggested by @eatthelove
  14. Anything @toriavey writes about.
    Suggested by @eatthelove
  15. Cholent
    Once I went to a very observant Shabbat lunch where they made a DOUBLE Cholent. CRAZY.
    Suggested by @sally
  16. Hamentashen!!
    Suggested by @jilianbream
  17. Matzoh brei
    Suggested by @sally
  18. "Ashkenazi"
    Suggested by @zkamenetz
  19. Surf n turf after pesach
    Suggested by @aaronkaczander
  20. Homentashen (sp?)
    Suggested by @sam
  21. Chopped Liver
    Suggested by @johannasamuels
  22. Kasha varnishkes
    Suggested by @tothemaxxx
  23. Prakas
    Classic stuffed cabbage sweet & sour. My auntie Edy's recipe published in the Hadassah cookbook from Temple of Aaron circa 1960.
    Suggested by @robyn
  24. Do drinks count? - probably not - you did say "dishes" but if they do: Kedem Concord Grape Juice and Vintage Brand club soda. Also Slivovitz.
    Suggested by @joshthecook
  25. Pickled herring in cream sauce
    I don't enjoy it but my German grandparents and the rest of my family live for it
    Suggested by @hillary
  26. Bamba - makes up 25% of snacks in Israel
    Suggested by @jennienina