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Savory Herb Braised Brisket

Simple recipe for mouthwatering Savory Herb Braised Brisket with fresh herbs. Slow cooked tender holiday brisket. Kosher for Passover, Meat.

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Purim Kosher Cocktails

Kosher Cocktails for Purim

A list of kosher cocktails for Purim, including recipes for Kosher Cosmo, Purim Pucker, Pomegranate Martini, non-alcoholic punch for kids & more.

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Kosher Cosmo Cosmopolitan Martini

The Kosher Cosmo

Classic cranberry cosmopolitan martini made with kosher mixers. This sophisticated cosmo martini is always a crowd pleaser.

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Razz-Matazz Cocktail

The Razz-Matazz

A delicate sweet cocktail made with Crème de Cassis, Moscato d’Asti, and fresh raspberries. Kosher.

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Purim Pucker Cocktail

The Purim Pucker

A sweet and sour cocktail reminiscent of iced mint lemonade. Great choice for a Purim celebration. Kosher, Pareve.

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Shiksa-Tini The Shiksa Martini

The Shiksa-Tini

The Shiksa in the Kitchen signature martini made with pomegranate juice, citrus vodka, triple sec and lime juice. Kosher.

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Cheese Sambusak

Cheese Sambusak – savory Middle Eastern turnover pastry hand-pies stuffed with cheese and fresh herbs.

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Whitefish salad on egg bagel with lox, cream cheese, and sliced onion

Whitefish Salad

The history of smoked fish and appetizing. Learn a recipe for Jewish whitefish salad with celery and herbs. Kosher, dairy or pareve.

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Chicken schnitzel with Israeli salad and spicy mustard

Chicken Schnitzel

Learn to make Chicken Schnitzel – golden, crispy fried chicken breasts – with this traditional Israeli recipe. Kosher, meat.

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Passover Chicken Schnitzel Main

Passover Chicken Schnitzel

Recipe for crispy golden fried Chicken Schnitzel chicken breasts using matzo meal and seasonings. KFP, Kosher for Passover/Pesach, meat.

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Rugelach

Rugelach

Learn to make rugelach with flaky dough and chocolate fruit filling, a beloved Jewish dessert. Step by step photos. Kosher, Yiddish, Dairy.

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Cholent

How to make Ashkephardic cholent – kosher Jewish chamin with Ashkenazi and Sephardic flavor influences. Slow cooked meat stew. Kosher, meat.

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Bete'avon!

Bubbie Ruth’s Mandel Bread

Mandelbrot cookies are an Ashkenazi Jewish dessert dating back to the early nineteenth century. Mandelbrot are closely related to the Italian cookies known as biscotti, which were first made in the Middle Ages. The word mandelbrot means almond (mandel) and bread (brot) in both German and Yiddish. In America, these tasty little cookies are known …

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