Delicious Moroccan soup, a vegan gluten free alternative to matzo ball soup.
A blending of Ashkenazi, Sephardic traditions, charoset pureed with dates, apples, walnuts, raisins, banana, sweet wine, and cinnamon.
How to prepare savory lamb shanks for Passover Seder.
Passover holiday “pie” with apples, spices and chopped pecans. Matzo crackers are incorporated into the filling to replace the crust!
Learn the difference between chametz and kitniyot. Discover what foods Sephardic, Ashkenazi Jews prohibit and which foods are Kosher for Passover.
A candid post about my conversion to Judaism and what it meant to me spiritually.
Use Nutella as a simple hamantaschen filling for Purim, straight from the jar. The easiest filling for hamantaschen, always a hit!
Prune filling, also known as plum lekvar, for cookies, pastries, hamantaschen, pierogis, kolaches, strudel and more. Easy, scrumptious recipe.
Scrumptious recipe for lekvar – apricot butter. Can be used as filling for hamantaschen, cookies, pastries, or kolaches. Thick filling, will not run when baked.
Scrumptious recipe for mohn – poppy seed filling. Can be used to fill hamantaschen, cookies, pastries, kolaches and more. Thick, rich filling. Kosher.
Learn to make hamantaschen with chocolate cream cheese filling from a rabbi’s family recipe.
Healthy vegan cooked salad recipe from Israel with eggplant, peppers and tomato sauce.
Chocolate… lots and lots of glorious chocolate. Taking a chocolate cooking class at Sur La Table.
Salad made with roasted beets, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, cumin, sugar, salt and fresh chopped mint.
A description of various kitchen cutlery brands, their benefits and weaknesses, and how to choose the right knives for you.
Cutlery can be confusing! Learn about the various types of kitchen knives to find out what you need, from paring to santoku to serrated and more.
Passover-friendly dessert made with only three ingredients! Layers of matzo, chocolate and sweet kosher wine.
Easy methods for cooking and charring bell peppers for a rich smoky flavor, from stovetop to oven to grill.
A creamy twist on Israeli Salad with Persian cucumbers, tomatoes, chickpeas, Greek yogurt, lowfat sour cream, fresh dill, and lemon juice.
Recipe for Israeli Salad with heirloom tomatoes, kalamata olives, fresh parsley, olive oil, and lemon juice.