Interview with culinary anthropologist and cookbook author Claudia Roden, and her recipe for Riz au Saffran
An Interview with Norene Gilletz, author of The Food Processor Bible, and her recipe for Carrot and Sweet Potato Soup.
Fluffy sweet honey challah stuffed with apples. Round braided challah for the Rosh Hashanah holiday, with how to video tutorial.
An interview with Gil Marks, author of The Encyclodedia of Jewish Food, & his recipe for Sephardic Leek Patties.
A creative way to make tzimmes. Sweet root vegetables roast and caramelize in honey, orange blossom water, and zest.
Farm gooey soft-ripened brie or Mt. Tam cheese topped with warm sugary fig sauce and toasted nuts.
Flavorful salad with lightly steamed green beans, roasted chopped walnuts, fresh mint, shaved parmesan, olive oil and white balsamic vinegar.
Roasted cauliflower salad from Calabria, Italy with olives, capers, chili pepper, parsley and olive oil.
Greek Yogurt Banana Nut Bread – simple, moist, delicious quick bread with Greek Yogurt & applesauce to cut calories but not taste.
Learn to make traditional Yiddish dairy noodle pudding with cottage cheese, sour cream, cream cheese, sugar, and cinnamon.
Recipe for Moroccan Matbucha- tomato salad with roasted peppers, jalapeno, garlic, olive oil and paprika.
Historical recipe from the City Tavern Cookbook. Asparagus dressed the French way- olive oil, red wine vinegar, hard cooked egg, capers, herbs.
Recipe for Persian Dill and Lima Bean Basmati Rice with crispy tahdig.
Learn the history of Israeli salad and try my recipe, inspired by News Cafe Miami, with pickles and mint.
Tasty and easy method for roasting cauliflower with smoked paprika, olive oil, and salt.
Learn to make a lovely edible Pumpkin Challah Centerpiece with decorative Cinnamon Honey Butter for your holiday table.
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.
Learn to make rugelach with flaky dough and chocolate fruit filling, a beloved Jewish dessert.