Pro tips for making the perfect hamantaschen for Purim along with a unique recipe using black sesame
Breakfast is one of my favorite meals because every dish has a comfort food vibe. For Yom Kippur, I love preparing a “break fast” meal with some family favorites like noodle kugel and bagels and lox. We make dishes that are easy to digest and gentle on the stomach after a day of fasting. I also […]
Cream Cheese Rugelach with Cinnamon and Brown Sugar
My mother lives three blocks away from me. Her house is filled with artwork. There is a statue of Moses and the Ten commandments on her piano, she has a ceramic dreidel collection in the living room and her Sabbath candlesticks sit on a high shelf in her dining room. Naturally, this December I decided […]
Two weeks ago, I wrote that I didn’t know yet what I would do for Yom Kippur. In the end, the Books of Life and Death helped me answer that question. Just before Yom Kippur, a beloved relative in my husband’s family passed away after a brief illness. On Erev Yom Kippur, we found ourselves driving the […]
On Shavuot, Jews celebrate Matan Torah, the Giving of the Torah. If you didn’t grow up Jewish, or even if you did, you may not know much about Shavuot. Although Shavuot is one of the Shelosh Regalim (the three Pilgrimage Festivals), equal in importance to Passover and Sukkot, it’s less commonly celebrated than the other […]
Let me set the scene. David Levy, Managing Editor of JewishBoston.com, declared: If Manischewitz can market Chanukah gingerbread houses, I declare the “December Dilemma” officially solved. What do you think? Will this kit, complete with white and blue icing and decorations, solve your gingerbread house needs? Would you make one with your family? Would your […]
The hamantaschen recipe that made her a hamantaschen fan. Plus, the family story behind the Purim recipe.
Especially for children and families, a video about Purim and yummy hamantaschen cookies!
Recipes for making hamantaschen, a Purim favorite.