Charoset 3 ways (Tropical, Persian-style & Tex-Mex) for your Passover seder
A delicious Italian twist on matzo ball soup
Try this fun new Chinese twist on challah from Molly Yeh
“We’re not doing this!” Andy was visibly upset. “I won’t do it!” It was a year into our relationship and we were in his car heading to his dad’s house in the middle of nowhere. The topic that inspired this reaction was none other than kashrut, a set of Jewish dietary laws that I happen […]
Take all your Passover leftovers and create this delicious Kugel stack
An alphabetic listing of Jewish dishes and food-related terms to help people new to Jewish families to figure out what’s on the table.
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 […]
To have a little fun with this intersection of holidays, I made two non-traditional versions of a classic Hanukkah mainstay: latkes.
By Elizabeth Raphael This article was reprinted with permission from Kveller.com, a fast-growing, award-winning website for parents raising Jewish and interfaith kids. Follow Kveller on Facebook and sign up for their newsletters here. 2015 was a year of change for me, facilitated largely by the birth of my lovely dumpling of a daughter in February. […]
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 […]