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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
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 ...

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Celebrate Autumn with this French Apple Tart

Celebrate Autumn with this French Apple Tart

Do you love to go apple picking as the seasons shift and the days suddenly become cool and breezy again?  If you're like us, you shlep home an overflowing bushel (or two) after a gleeful day in the orchards and then wonder, now what? We turned to Ali Gutwaks, President and Personal Chef of AliBabka for ...

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Red Wine & Tomato Brisket with a Twist

Red Wine & Tomato Brisket with a Twist

Melissa Roberts A platter of braised brisket is the centerpiece of many Jewish holiday meals. Here is a recipe that’s basic enough to accompany various side dishes, yet different enough to add something new to the table. The sauce is a combination of heady allspice and cinnamon, wine and tomato, braised wi...

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Pomegranate Honey Glazed Chicken

Pomegranate Honey Glazed Chicken

Pomegranates, or rimonim in Hebrew, are one of the most recognizable and highly symbolic fruits in Jewish culture. We include them in our Rosh HaShanah recipes to bring good luck in the coming year. But there's plenty more to know about them.  11422...

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Soup Dumplings (Kreplach) in Golden Broth

Soup Dumplings (Kreplach) in Golden Broth

Contributed by Melissa Roberts Served on Sukkot, kreplach (soup dumplings) serve a dual purpose. First, for practical purposes and when served in soup, it’s a warming dish when eaten outdoors on a cool autumn night. 11586...

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Breads Bakery Shares Festive Challah Secrets

Breads Bakery Shares Festive Challah Secrets

Breads Bakery, just off Union Square in NYC, was included in the not-to-miss list of best French bakeries in NYC posted on Eater in July. But wait! Is Breads Bakery French? Israeli? Danish? 11590...

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Roasted Chicken with Honey & Citrus

Roasted Chicken with Honey & Citrus

Chances are great that you will be serving chicken for one of your holiday meal over the next few weeks. And if you're anything like me, you'll want it to be a super easy dish to throw together. 11592...