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?
Because it is a tried and true favorite, I decided to shake up the recipe a bit to create a healthier and more festive Chanukah feel.
Although hubby enjoys all my recipes tremendously, there is still something about hot poppers that attracts men – like women and shopping.
With all of those different salts, the question remains – do any of them actually taste any different?
It was close to midnight and I was way too tired to go out. I decided to get creative and mix together some apricot and strawberry jam I found in my fridge.
In a restaurant in Aventura, I had the most delicious shakshuka and minty lemonana.
This time of year, we all have our traditional favorites, the ones that everyone at your table looks forward to seeing, but it’s always nice to round things out with some creative, new ideas.
I honestly think it was one of the best dishes I have ever made. I could stare at that meat board all day long!
I like my dressings acidic and light. The problem is, I never measure. I just throw a few ingredients together and hope for the best.
With all the heavy and rich dairy dishes we have a tendency to eat over Yom Tov, it’s nice to have something that tastes delicious but isn’t so hard on the stomach.
Don’t think that cucumbers and pineapple go well together? Think again, because the crunch of the cucumber and the sweetness of the pineapple merge together to make an outstanding and refreshing relish.
For those of you who have never cooked in a pressure cooker, it helps to back up a little and understand why they work as well as they do.
Out of cornflakes? Use rice krispies. Out of rice krispies? Use crushed saltine crackers. Use your own imagination because almost anything will work.
Lucky for you, I have three gorgeous cookbooks sitting on my desk, chock full of great Pesach ideas that will turn you into a kitchen hero and will have everyone licking their plates.
Let’s be perfectly honest, holidays are just a convenient excuse to indulge in our favorite activity – eating.