Couscous at Chez Bebert, kosher eats at Deloren, and a meal to remember at La Coupole.
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How to preserve cherries in sugar syrup using a historical recipe from Martha Washington’s Booke of Cookery. George Washington’s favorite fruit was cherries!
Learn to make a slow cooker brisket for Passover inspired by Mexican flavors from Cheryl Lee – chipotle peppers for smoky heat & dried cranberries for sweetness.
Learn what the Tudors during the reign of Henry VIII and a historic recipe for Rice Pudding.
Delicious crunchy vegan beer-battered schnitzel recipe with panko. Can also be made with seltzer instead of beer. Crispy, flavorful, irresistible.
Honey-Preserved Kumquats – Garrett McCord shares a naturally sweetened kosher for Passover treat recipe.
Recipe for Arab Garlic Dipping Sauce. Use on Shawarma, Falafel, Grilled Foods. Vegan, Garlicky, Creamy and Flavorful
Learn to make Passover Mandel Bread from the recipe of a 104 year-old Jewish woman named Mary Goldberg.
A Roundup of Tasty, Mexican-Inspired Recipes. Includes Entrees, Appetizers, Drinks, and Desserts!
Patriotic Foods for Independence Day Holiday
Dozens of tasty and healthy ideas for a long, lazy Labor Day weekend. From entrees to drinks to desserts, we’ve got you covered!
Flavorful vegetarian soup topped with lemony couscous and garnished with fresh mint. Recipe from Lick Your Plate by Julie Albert and Lisa Gnat
Learning the basics of latte art, one delicious mug at a time, from contributor Brenda Ponnay.
Quick, Tasty and Nutritious Cooking for the New Year, Including Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free Options.
A colorful and flavorful vegan side salad featuring crisp, vibrant vegetables and a blend of simple, fresh flavors. Easy, pretty, delicious!
Flavorful fresh herb pesto sauce with fresh mint, roasted garlic, basil, lemon and parmesan.
This simple, crunchy salad recipe is versatile and tasty. A healthy Mediterranean side dish for any meal.
Learn about the meaning of Passover, the types of foods that are traditionally eaten, and how the holiday is celebrated.
The Louvre is closed, so is Versailles… but Le Train de Vie is open, ready to serve us Ashkenazi delights and copious amounts of klezmer music.
The history of the doughnut goes back centuries, long before the discovery of the New World. Learn the story behind this popular breakfast treat.