Do you have a favorite hamantashen recipe? I know I do. (And it’s not my grandmother’s, although I do love that one too.) This one is a simple cookie dough recipe that is easy to make, has no margarine, needs no refrigeration prior to rolling out, is very easy to handle and tastes delicious. Do you have one like that?
Don’t just open a bottle of wine to serve friends and family during the Purim seudah…Shake things up by creating unique wine cocktails with these delectable recipes that are easy to make and are destined to bring a smile to everyone’s face!
Purim Seudah Sangria Cocktail
You say flodni, I say fluden.
So what the heck is fluden anyway? Growing up, my grandmother made it for Purim. To me, it was something she put together after she got tired of making hamentashen. You know, there was too much dough left, and she was not rolling, cutting, filling
For those on gluten-free diets, finding delicious baked goods can be challenging. Enter Pereg Natural Foods, with six gluten-free flour varieties that offer versatile baking options that yield delicious texture and taste. Combine these products with the baking talents of Koshermoms, and you’ve got winning recipes all year
I know I’ve overplayed my hand when my kids walk through the door and see the delicious cake I’ve made, eye me suspiciously and ask, “There’s no techina in there, right? Please, no more techina!” What? I’ve been having such fun, making all the recipes with techina drizzled here, techina drizzled there. Here
To kick off 2017, Psagot Winery, in the Jerusalem hills, held a special observance of terumot and maasrot (produce offerings and tithes), attended by rabbis and management of the Badatz supervision of Jerusalem.
During the special occasion, thousands of
The rich chocolate pairs well with the tart, slightly sweetened yogurt. Separating the eggs makes this dessert light and fluffy, without the need for flour. I hope you and your family enjoy the cake as much as I do!
The winter is a time when we enjoy learning, reading a good book or listening to some nice, relaxing music in the comforting warmth of our homes. Preferably near the fireplace for those of us who are lucky to have one. The winter is also a great time to indulge and sip some full-bodied, concentrated wines while doing any
Three of my four high school years were spent in an Israeli school. Of course, one of my biggest struggles was learning the language and communicating with my new friends. Sometimes things got lost in translation—like when I was sent to the market to buy an eggplant. I thought I was so smart and clever, as I used my New
You know how there are recipes that are like mesorah? They are handed down and passed around… and recreated and tweaked along the way. Like the ubiquitous cranberry crumble or carrot muffins or crunchy cabbage salad. These dishes appear on everyone’s table, and we love them. Everyone has a different version and
You are what you eat, right? It’s no wonder that children have such an aversion to things like broccoli, asparagus and Brussels sprouts. Why would anyone want to eat something green that smells weird, reminiscent of sweaty socks?
The child in me hated Brussels sprouts. Thankfully I was able to overcome that childish stance and eat one, and
Abeles & Heymann and koshermoms.com have gotten together to share some fun and delicious ideas for Chanukah this year. You can substitute regular Abeles & Heymann hot dogs with uncured hot dogs or their low-fat and low-sodium varieties. Here’s the edible menorah recipe. Enjoy!