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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Crisp Autumn Salad Loaded with Symbolism

Crisp Autumn Salad Loaded with Symbolism

I've been giving a lot of thought to how to incorporate as many seasonal vegetables and fruits as possible into my celebratory menus as I begin to cook for Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish new year. While brisket and chicken soup will always have a place at my table, I turn to my local farmers' market for inspira...

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Late Summer Corn Soup Spans the Seasons

Late Summer Corn Soup Spans the Seasons

What took me so long to make stock from all of those corn cobs we've been nibbling on all summer?

It's not too late now that you know you should be making this effortless vegetarian broth for your future soups, grains and curries. Here in the Northeast, you'll find stacks of just harvested corn at y...

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Honey Cake with Poached Pear Rose for your Holiday Dessert

Honey Cake with Poached Pear Rose for your Holiday Dessert

When Marcia Selden advises me to MAKE THIS with bold caps, I know it belongs on one of our autumn holiday tables. The only question is if we serve it when we break the fast after Yom Kippur or at the end of our pre-fast meal.

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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Baharat Crusted Chicken for your Holiday Buffet

Baharat Crusted Chicken for your Holiday Buffet

As soon as I tasted this Baharat Crusted Chicken at Dini Delivers' dinner pop-up a couple of months ago, I thought it would make a succulent choice on our Rosh HaShanah tables next week.

I love the highly seasoned crust and the puddle of creamy (dairy free) tomatoey broth. And then there's the vege...

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Sweet Noshings & Drunken Honey Pomegranate Cake Recipe

Sweet Noshings & Drunken Honey Pomegranate Cake Recipe

"I think I was born to be a Texan. I love big hair, country music, and cowboys (and their boots)."

This is how Amy Kritzer, blogger at What Jew Wanna Eat, introduces her recipe for Tex-Mex Chocolate Rugelach, one of my favorites in her bold new cookbook, Sweet Noshings; New Twists on Traditional Jew...

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Cocktail Meatballs Sweeten your Holiday Table

Cocktail Meatballs Sweeten your Holiday Table

Albondigas, or meatballs, are a mainstay of Sephardic cuisine. They come in sizes ranging from golf balls to cherries and may be rolled into round or flattened shapes. Chopped onions, garlic, roasted eggplant, fresh spinach, chopped leek and grated carrots have been mixed into meatballs for centuries.

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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Master the Art of Israeli Fish Kebabs

Master the Art of Israeli Fish Kebabs

I've gotta tell ya- it was tough to chose a recipe to share from the generous selection we had access to from Susie Fishbein's latest, Kosher by Design Brings it Home; picture perfect food inspired by my travels. Standouts that caught my attention 11346...

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

20 Chicken Soup Recipes to Warm the Soul (Vegetarian,Too)

20 Chicken Soup Recipes to Warm the Soul (Vegetarian,Too)

Whether the inevitable winter sniffles have your sinuses stuffier than spring hayfever or you’re just in need of a warming, nutritious fix, a bowl of piping hot chicken soup is just what the doctor ordered. And the New Year calls for a new recipe, don’t ya think? That’s why 11362...

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Marrakesh Chicken for a Crowd

Marrakesh Chicken for a Crowd

Marrakesh chicken is a real crowd pleaser. It's interesting enough to serve for holidays or special dinners. It's easy enough to serve for casual weekend gatherings, too. We appreciate the load of dried apricots and figs along with warmth inducing cumin and ginger during these  winter months. Best of all,...

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Seasonal Snippet: Apples in Autumn

Seasonal Snippet: Apples in Autumn

above photo and all photos in this post, unless otherwise noted: Emily Hamilton Laux By Katy Morris Apples are always the apple of our eye but never more so than in autumn. They're healthy and delectably ubiquitous in an array of dishes ranging from crisp salads, hot ciders and smooth sauces to savory ...