This recipe takes inspiration from a black and white cookie and transforms it with a fun summery twist to create a delicious creamsicle.
By Mari Levine I like to call Shavuot the “No meat? No problem!” holiday. When brainstorming a recipe for this post, I learned a lot about the history of this holiday, particularly why we focus on dairy dishes instead of meat. Or, more to the point: What’s with all the blintzes? What I learned is […]
No-bake, gluten-free? Yes, please. These little bites are perfect for Passover and Easter
This Tahini Vanilla Ice Box Cake will make your sweetie smile
Valentine’s day is fast approaching, but we believe in celebrating big love, little love, silly love, happy love, sad love and family love any day of the week. In our diverse Jewish, multi-faith community, it’s important to show our love for one another, and take advantage of opportunities to spread kindness. This quick and easy chocolate […]
There are two stories associated with Hanukkah: One tells how the vial of oil that was supposed to last for one day lasted for eight, and the other is the story of Judith and how she saved her town from annihilation at the hands of General Holefernes by getting him drunk on salty cheese and […]
Cream Cheese Rugelach with Cinnamon and Brown Sugar
I’ve started having these homemade popsicles on hand for a late afternoon Shabbat treat. They are not overly sweet but lean more to the cool and refreshing genre of popsicles.
For summer, we are taking inspiration from the layers of an Italian lasagna as well as the sweetness of kugel. Lasagna is of course a classic Italian dish. Its creamy, rich filling is a perfect comfort food for the chilly days of fall and winter. In Jewish kitchens, noodle kugel (Lokshen Kugel) makes an appearance […]
Celebrate Shavuot with a semolina Cara Cara orange cake