Warm up in the sukkah with quick gyoza kreplach (dumpling) soup
In the winter there is something so comforting about a classic Shabbat roasted chicken. Often though, the meal can feel heavy with chicken at the center of heavy starch and vegetable sides. This Rice Noodle Bowl takes either freshly roasted chicken breasts, or some of your leftover roasted chicken and creates a nice, light, customizable […]
Gang, summer is coming to an end! We need to embrace all of its delights as much as we can, including swimming and eating as much ice cream as possible, because that’s what summer’s about, right (but also yogurt chicken wings!)? I think we should also embrace the later Shabbat start times, and one of […]
Chicken is a mainstay in most Jewish homes. We love our chicken stock (homemade or store-bought and doctored will do) for matzah ball soup. You’ll find chopped chicken livers at the holiday table because every family has those who love it among the haters. For Shabbat, a nice roasted chicken kicks off the weekend and the […]
Tu Bishvat is a celebration of the connections we have to nature and the new year of trees. When it comes to food, trees provide us with fruit and nuts. This nutty pilaf and Tu Bishvat Marbella chicken is an ode to both fruit and nuts. If you grew up with a copy of The Silver Palate […]
This bok choy recipe is a companion to my Ginger Sesame Roast Chicken, but pairs well with most meats. Ingredients 3 small heads of bok choy or baby bok choy 1 thinly sliced onion 2 Tbsp olive oil 1 tsp. sesame oil 1 Tbsp soy sauce Salt and pepper 1/2 tsp. chili flakes (optional) Directions […]
A Rosh Hashanah recipe for one-pot chicken
A new take on an old spiritual practice, designed to rid you of Jewish anxiety and feelings of exclusion from the Jewish community.
Reprinted easy recipes for Yom Kippur, including rice, poached chicken breast and tomatoes, baked stuffed apples and roasted vegetables.
Recipes for Cuban Jewish cooking, with some context on how Cuban cuisine changed after the Revolution.