It’s easy, and better tasting, than store-bought pita.
This treat screams love — like warm-hugs-from-your-mom-when-you-came-home-from-elementary-school love. Love that accepts you in sweatpants — in public. It says “I don’t need to impress you, I know you love me already (with or without this pie).” And that’s the way I want to start my new year — with some unconditional love. And pie.
A simple, delicious cake appropriate for shiva, any Jewish life-cycle event — or heck, a Thursday evening.
The Linzer Torte is said to be the oldest-known cake in the world. Originating in the town on Linz, Austria, recipes for this buttery tart have been found dating back to 1653. […]
Topping a matzoh with caramel and chocolate makes for an addictive Passover treat, but that’s just the beginning.
Baba ganoush, Israeli couscous, pita, hummus, Shoko — I’m getting hungry just thinking about it.
Who doesn’t love warm, fresh challah? But who has time to make it from scratch? This is your chance to learn how to “cheat” your way through to Friday night goodness!
I make this classic Israeli dish every New Year’s. It’s easy, delicious, and great for a hangover. Happy 2014!
Melissa Ginzburg posted a photo of her hamantaschen recipe on Facebook and people demanded the recipe. Here it is!
Everybody has that one dish that they say their “Bubbe’s (or Zayde’s) is best.” As part of an ongoing series, we’ll be interviewing Sholom residents and families to discover their […]