Do you smell that? Oh yes you do! It’s the smell of delicious things frying in the kitchen! Hanukkah isn’t just the festival of light, it’s the festival of light because it’s really the festival of oil.
A smorgasbord of recipe suggestions for celebrating Tu B’Shevat.
A simple, delicious cake appropriate for shiva, any Jewish life-cycle event — or heck, a Thursday evening.
And so I bake. I think of dish after dish and dessert after dessert that my dad would have wanted, foods we talked about making — kaddish through food, if you will. And Strawberry-rhubarb pie was one of his favorites.
This mac n’ cheese is gooey, soul-soothing, family-friendly, and quick to make, to boot. And, if you bake it in a pretty dish, it can even feel a little fancy. Definitely fancy enough for Shabbat.
We have four “New Years,” but none match the revelry of December 31st. How can we make a non-Jewish holiday, well, Jewish?
A savory banana-coconut soup with peach salsa is the perfect way to start your Tu B’Shvat meal!
It’s a bird. It’s a schmeer. It’s 532 delicious kosher recipes and everything you always wanted to know about the Rabinowitz family.
Is there really a better way to celebrate the end of Passover than with homemade Chicken Pot Pie? I think not.
Following the mini-disaster that was matzah, I’m stepping up to bat again with a traditional Jewish recipe- blintzes!