Pear Cake baked with olive oil, ginger and cinnamon looks gorgeous, is simple to make, and tastes fantastic. Perfect for fall and the Jewish New Year. It also freezes well so you can prepare it ahead as you plan for a special gathering.
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This Matzo Ball Soup with homemade chicken stock will fill your house with the best aromas and even impress your mother-in-law with its authentic flavor. Most importantly, it’s as tasty and satisfying as comfort food should be.
Enjoy the flavors of fall with roasted delicata squash glazed with pomegranate molasses and topped with fresh pomegranate arils – quick to prepare, beautiful to look at, yummy to eat.
Your bubbe will never know this is Instant Pot brisket! This update to an old classic braised brisket recipe has all the flavor in half the time. It’s perfect for Rosh Hashanah or any Jewish holiday or family gathering.
Roasted Asparagus Salad with Preserved Lemon is sure to appear many times in your spring and summer menus – as a light lunch, part of a buffet, or an inspired side to a sumptuous supper. Add fresh cherry tomatoes, crunchy nuts, and creamy cheese to make this salad taste even better than it looks.
Orange & Anise Scented No-Rise Challah Bread makes homemade bread a reality even for really busy households. And the leftovers make the best french toast!
Lonni’s challah recipe, memories of my Grandma Annie in the kitchen and my continued quest to conquer the art of breadmaking.
Sunday evening at sundown will mark the beginning of Rosh Hashanah – the Jewish New Year 5773. Despite lofty aspirations to have all menu planning, shopping and some cooking completed early, I will be rushing around at the last minute to prepare for our annual gathering. With that in mind, I thought it possible that […]
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