Sometimes, it’s easy to fall into a cooking rut. You know what I’m talking about—you make the same dishes over and over again and wonder why no one is eating them anymore.
Lately, when I go into the supermarket looking at the vegetables, I realize there aren’t that many
People seem to think that cheesecake is the only dessert for Shavuot. And there are so many different variations of cheesecake that there isn’t even enough holiday to eat them all. (It almost seems like a good reason to make Shavuot eight days!) Even I tend to think of Shavuot as the “cheesecake holiday.” So how did
In our family, as a child growing up, I remember the chart that my mother would hang over my father’s armoire. It was her annual sefirah chart. If we would each remember to count sefirah each day our reward would be an individual cheesecake. Interestingly, perhaps a sign of the way things used to be, my mother never counted
Considering how many eggs we went through on Pesach (personally I used 20 dozen), I thought it would be a good time to talk about eggs in general.
It seems like every dish nowadays is being topped with an egg. Why are eggs so popular again? You do remember when they became the
My family and friends love this dip. It is very popular. The creaminess of the beans pairs well with the chick peas. The combination of the bright lemon, pungent garlic and olive oil makes this dish flavorful and will have you craving more. I serve this chummus with challah or fresh, warm pita bread for dipping.
Invited to an exclusive tasting event of recipes featured in the Pesach edition of Joy of Kosher Magazine, I was excited to meet Jamie Geller and her talented magazine staff. An eight-course meal was planned, promising some innovative takes on the standard and expected fare for Seder night. Well, I quickly learned that it
Reviewing: Perfect for Pesach by Naomi Nachman and Miriam Pascal (2017) Hardcover. 240 pages. ISBN-10: 1422618676. $25.03.
Naomi Nachman was testing a new recipe for her catering clients when she had a culinary epiphany: “This would be perfect for Pesach,” she thought. That became
So Pesach is coming and I’m calm, I really am. I mean, this is not my first rodeo, and besides, I have an entire folder full of Pesach shopping lists, menus and recipes from previous years. Lists are good, right? I feel completely in control of my Pesach planning, so I can now focus my attention on repairing the
With Passover fast approaching, award-winning Executive Chef Nir Elkayam of the Inbal Jerusalem Hotel has created two mouthwatering recipes for the holiday.
“The greatest challenge of Passover is creating tasty recipes despite the restrictions of the holiday,” said Elkayam. “These recipes
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