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Orange and Anise No-Rise Challah Bread

Orange and Anise Scented No-Rise Challah Bread

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!

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A Knead to Bake and Lonni’s Heartfelt Challah Recipe

Lonni’s challah recipe, memories of my Grandma Annie in the kitchen and my continued quest to conquer the art of breadmaking.

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Shhh! I’m Not Preparing My Mother’s Brisket Recipe for Passover

This braised beef brisket using beef broth, sherry vinegar, and a variety of dried fruits, carrots, and sweet potatoes will wow your guests for Passover, Rosh Hashanah, or any occasion. The meat is always tender with an unexpected depth of flavor.

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Battle of the Blintz Returns – Russian Grandma’s Recipe Prevails!

Sharon’s Cheese Blintzes reign supreme. Learn how to make them and how she won the second year of the Battle of the Blintz. Note: Since this post was first published in 2011, much has changed. My son tragically passed away in 2017. But his blintz legacy lives on as Sharon makes her incredible blintzes for […]

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Braising Brisket – Perfect for Fall and Rosh Hashanah

This post includes my mom’s tried and true sweet and sour Jewish brisket recipe that was/is our family flagship. For Rosh Hashanah, Hanukkah, Passover – it’s what we always would eat for a main course. To be honest, I was not really looking forward to fall – colder weather, school carpools and homework, waning daylight […]

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The Battle of the Blintz – Celebrating the Jewish New Year with Food

Find out how the Battle of the Blintz was born. Plus learn all about how we celebrate Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur – the Jewish High Holidays – with food! The Jewish High Holidays and the Battle of the Blintz We just finished celebrating the Jewish New Year, 5771. The High Holidays, as they are […]

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