There is something so comforting about a bowl of warm pesto-laden pasta with perfectly cooked salmon on a cold winter night.
The menorahs are polished, the dreidels are ready to make their annual appearance and donuts and latkes seem to be just about everywhere. Yup,...
Whether it’s hearty soups oozing with seasonal flavors or the scent of chocolate chip cookies wafting through your home, December was made for the kitchen – and thus the perfect season to check out some intriguing new cookbooks.
Can you believe it’s almost Chanukah? I can! Chanukah already came early in our house, when, by accident, my son opened an Amazon box...
I know, after all of those Yom Tov meals, you may still be on hiatus from kitchen duty, but these two cookbooks might have you rethinking that decision.
While we were there, we explored the shuk. The sights, smells and delicious food are unmatched by any other marketplace I have ever been to.
I have a friend who absolutely hates cooking. She just texted me a long thank you for this recipe because she was able to follow it, and everybody loved it!
It’s coming before we know it! I’m not worried, because I’ll use some of my favorite go-to dishes such as my succulent chicken with squash recipe.
I was getting bored of my usual coleslaws and needed a fun dish that would be a great accompaniment for any meal or even eaten plain.
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The kosher food world has evolved and exploded lately. Kosher food establishments have upped their game and there is such a wide range of options out there.
There were crispy stuffed baked potatoes and tantalizing veggie burgers to be made and it needed to happen immediately, if not sooner.
These fun BBQ bourbon burgers will have your family devouring them before you can blink.
Triple layered cheesecake with heavy graham cracker crusts will not be on my menu this Shavuos! I opt to create a lighter and simpler portion-controlled version of a cheesy treat.
I’m all for repurposing leftovers and re-using what’s left in my fridge. In this case, I used leftover deli from Shabbos and boom – a pastrami pizza was born.
Making gravlax sounds scarier than it is. Although it is often considered a luxury food, gravlax is relatively simple to create at home, and adds an elegant touch of color and taste to any formal gathering.
There’s just something so beautiful and special about serving the entire side for everyone to dig into and share.
I had never made one before, but I set out to create a recipe worthy of gracing our Yom Tov table.
Of all the Pesach foods we had, the one I recall most fondly is my mother’s ginger-carrot candy.
While purists insist on traditional fillings, others are reinventing and loading them up with goodies ranging from s’mores to baklava to pulled brisket and even spinach and cheese.
My son Dovid helped me to create a great flavor combo! He absolutely loves all things peanut butter, and I love cookie butter.
My son will request hamantaschen like most kids ask for chocolate chip cookies. It’s his favorite treat and he refuses to wait for Purim to eat them.
Given that Purim is only a month away and not far behind, there can be no better time to talk about two new books, both available on Amazon, that will inspire you to cook up a storm and dazzle your friends and family.
I decided to forgo my usual ways of cooking and create some healthy vegan recipes for year 2019!
I happen to love broccoli, and by adding some shredded cheese to my soup, it always turns it into a full meal.
Here is a list of the top five of the best new foods I experienced there, in no particular order.
Traditionally, we fry Chanukah latkes. Both discussed recipes have been tested fried and baked. Since many of us long for that specific fried latka, I compared the results of both methods.
It’s hard to say no to this kind of fun and innovative cuisine and, really, why would you want to?