Learn how to truss a chicken, a simple technique that will help your roast chicken cook evenly.
Slow roasted brisket infused with pomegranate molasses, garlic, and spices.
Learn to make perfectly fluffy Saffron Rice, a beautiful and savory side dish with saffron spice, onions and broth.
Rosh Hashanah Cupcakes with free festive printable from Brenda Ponnay. Teach kids the meaning behind a fun Jewish holiday tradition.
How to make pomegranate molasses, also known as pomegranate syrup. Use as a sauce, marinade, dressing, or a sweet and tart dessert topping.
Learn two methods for extracting seeds (aka arils) from a pomegranate, and learn how to juice the pomegranate fruit quickly and easily.
This cool and refreshing drink is made with fresh watermelon, lime juice, sugar and rum. Can be made with alcohol or without.
Grilled fish skewers marinated in Sephardic spices and herbs – cumin, paprika, turmeric, garlic, cayenne and cilantro with lemon juice.
Grilled zucchini with a lemon butter baste – zesty lemon butter and fresh herbs brings out the natural flavor of these lovely grilled courgettes.
How to make thick, rich tzatziki with strained yogurt, cucumber, dill, mint, lemon juice and garlic.
Learn the step by step process of straining yogurt, an ancient technique that produces thick, rich, healthy Greek yogurt and labneh cheese.
Learn to make Southern-style skillet cornbread with buttermilk, the way Elvis Presley might have enjoyed it at Graceland in Memphis.
A no-bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Pie with cookie crust in honor of food blogger Jennifer Perillo’s husband Mikey.
This peaches and cream tipsy trifle is cold, creamy, sweet, and just a little bit naughty. Easy, beautiful and impressive make-ahead dessert.
Use the trimmings from your pie crust to make delicious cinnamon-sugar cookies – Pie Crust Pinwheels. Easy and kid-friendly vintage recipe.
Old fashioned recipe thickened with tapioca. More strawberry, less rhubarb for just the right amount of tartness.
How to make an old fashioned all butter pie crust from scratch. Instructions for chilling dough, rolling out crust, fluting, and scalloping.
My friends over at CookKosher.com posted my recipe for Spicy Panko Chickpea Patties today! They’re super yummy. Click here for the recipe!
Inspired by the Medieval tradition of serving on bread plates, this trencher is topped with tuna, pesto, hummus, and other fresh ingredients.
A simple heirloom tomato salad dressed with fresh basil, olive oil, lemon juice, salt, sugar and tabasco.
A delightful pickle-flavored salad with cucumbers, cabbage, radish and fresh dill. Cold, crunchy, refreshing, perfect for summer.
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!