An open letter to my readers for Yom Kippur.
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Learn the history of funnel cake, from medieval Anglo-Norman times to present, and try a tasty traditional Pennsylvania Dutch recipe from 1916.
Tori Avey shares her favorite blog recipes from 2011.
A tasty, heart healthy variation on Moroccan fish.
Learn about the meaning of Sukkot, the types of foods that are traditionally eaten, and how the holiday is celebrated.
Learn all the secrets for how to make scrumptious jelly-filled yeast donuts for Hanukkah, a holiday tradition from Israel.
Learn to make Matzo Brei, an Ashkenazi Passover breakfast dish with matzo, eggs, applesauce and sour cream.
Learn 5 simple methods for oven-roasting garlic without foil. Makes milder, sweeter, caramelized garlic cloves that add flavor and depth to your recipes.
Thou shalt not fear the schmaltz, and other tidbits of Jewish kitchen wisdom.
Chowing down on challah bread pudding with Wayne Brady and friends.
Learn tips for an easy and delicious kosher Superbowl Sunday, featuring tasty recipes and options for a meat or pareve meal.
Vintage kosher Jewish Indian recipe for Potato Bhajee from a 1922 cookbook called the Jewish Cookery Book.
Savory Middle Eastern turnover pastry hand-pies stuffed with cheese and fresh herbs.
Easy recipe for brisket slowly cooked with garlic and herbs. Extremely tender and savory, perfect for the Jewish holidays or any special occasion.
Traditional method for authentic Mediterranean pesto with basil, garlic, pine nuts, and olive oil using a mortar and pestle – or an immersion blender! With or without cheese.
This delicious, super easy date cake with honey and nuts is lovely served with tea or coffee. Perfect for Rosh Hashanah, Sukkot, or any holiday!
Recipe for a simple Persian Lamb Stew with meat, turmeric, and chili pepper flakes. Slowly cooked, tender stew over basmati rice.
A recap of my family’s Thanksgiving holiday, 2011. Pictures, menus, memories and more.
Flavorful vegan African-inspired soup recipe with yams, zucchini, tomatoes, and spices. Peanut butter adds protein and an unexpected, creamy flavor.
Learn the history of Czech kolaches, then try a traditional recipe with fillings and posipka from food historian Gil Marks.