To avoid the hostess panic, keep your menu to a minimum, consisting mostly of tried and true recipes that you are familiar with while adding a few new dishes to the mix to keep it exciting.
Chanukah is definitely a holiday of lights, but not of light cooking. Here is the second in a series of Chanukah dishes from different Jewish communities from around the world.
I collect cookbooks the way other people collect coins, shot glasses, or miniature teaspoons.
Let’s be perfectly honest, holidays are just a convenient excuse to indulge in our favorite activity – eating.
Winter is almost here and nothing says comfort like a rustic Italian dinner.
The nuttiness of the sesame adds a lot of depth to the dates and chocolate coating.
Soup is one of the best starters for a Seder meal because it is so easy and quick to serve, especially if you have a large crowd at the table. This recipe is a delicious, vibrant and tasty soup, which can be made in advance and uses readily available low-fat Pesach ingredients. Cooked with garlic and basil, it is full of the flavor of the Mediterranean and provides a delightful change from regular carrot soup.
All across America, in major cities nationwide, there has been an outcry, a major clamoring, and a "waiting-on-line-around-the-block" type of fixation for cupcakes.
There is something so comforting about a bowl of warm pesto-laden pasta with perfectly cooked salmon on a cold winter night.
Ah, the joys of August. Whether it is from a farmer’s market, a roadside stand, your own backyard or even the produce aisle of your local supermarket, there is no doubt that now is the time to feast on the freshest and most delectable offerings of the year. But while many of us consider late summer to be prime time for enjoying the simple goodness of nature’s bounty, for one of the most respected names in the kosher cooking world, simplicity is the name of the game all year around.
No dairy cookbook would be complete without an array of sinfully decadent treats and there are plenty of those here as well, including three cheesecakes, one of which weighs in at a very slimming 180 calories or less.
Easy Summer Recipes And Tips Marinating Marinades do not need to totally cover the food. Allow
As we enter one of the most hectic and introspective times of the Jewish calendar year, I would like to take this time to present you with some tasty and special recipes for the upcoming holiday season.
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.
We are told that someone who says that God's mercy extends to a bird's nest should be silenced.
While we are all accustomed to the occasional recipe substitutions – swapping milk for creamer, applesauce for oil – gluten-free cooking is a whole different ballgame.
This column will focus on making cooking easy and simple. We begin with a perennial favorite dish – Chicken Soup.
Want to make sure you don’t forget your lunch as you head out to work? Stash your keys in the refrigerator, right next to your meal.
These recipes will get you closer to feeding hungry mouths without further exhausting yourself.
As we approach apple season, late September-October, I decided to choose the great yet humble apple as the theme of this month's recipes.
Cooking according to Chanukah tradition doesn’t have to be boring! Though it’s unlikely that any Maccabee ever saw a potato, latkes are traditionally made with potatoes and that particular “traditional” dish is based on a South American tuber that didn’t cross the Atlantic until the sixteenth century.
“For us kosher keeping, chumus-loving Jews, aquafaba opens up an infinite amount of possibilities,” Zohn told Olam Yehudi. “It is a versatile pareve ingredient.”
Summer dinners are blissfully easy. Who doesn't enjoy a good bbq? All kids seem to love chicken and hot dogs, and pretty much anything served up with a side of fries will be devoured. Once it's back to school and the grill is put away, dinner time becomes somewhat of a dreaded chore. Next time you are left with the question, "What's for Dinner?" whip up one of these deliciously easy dinners and instead of worrying about meal planning, simply enjoy family time around the table!
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A quick look at margarine-less chocolate chip cookies offers a good look at what Pascal and Overtime Cook are all about.
Rosh Hashanah and the ensuing Sukkos holiday season are nearly upon us, and if you are a busy person but still like to serve nice meals, then you are surely thinking about how and what to cook. Below, you will find some great recipes that can be prepared in advance and then frozen. This way you can concentrate on yom tov itself and enjoy time with your family.