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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
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...

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Seasonal Snippet: All About Pomegranates

Seasonal Snippet: All About Pomegranates

Contributed by Katy Morris Pomegranates are kind of like the queens of fall. Not only are they robed in ruby red, filled with jewel-like arils, beautified with a crown-like head and reputed to be high-maintenance to handle, they have been highly prized for centuries by royals, religious icons and spirit...

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Burnt Eggplant with Garlic, Lemon and Pomegranate Seeds

Burnt Eggplant with Garlic, Lemon and Pomegranate Seeds

When I felt a little short on pomegranate recipes in this season of honey, apples and these seedy beauties, I turned to Shulie Madnick, food writer, blogger and photographer extraordinaire. I knew that she would have something big on unexpected flavor combinations and connected to the upcoming holiday of Ros...

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Inspiration for your Holiday Table

Inspiration for your Holiday Table

Once in a while an opportunity floats my way and I hear that little inner whisper that suggests I gather a support team to help me out. That's just what I did when The Nosher asked if I could put together some inspiring ideas on how to set the table for Rosh HaShanah. 11600...

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Healing with Chicken Soup and Warming Spices

Healing with Chicken Soup and Warming Spices

Katy Morris Both your doctor and your grandmother concur – there is something to be said for the remedial, comforting power of homemade chicken soup when your immune system is in need of a boost. 11734...

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Balaboosta Cookbook Give-Away #3 plus Chicken with Pomegranates & Walnuts

Balaboosta Cookbook Give-Away #3 plus Chicken with Pomegranates & Walnuts

Balaboosta is one of my go-to favorite restaurants in NYC. When friends come to town, it's my first choice for where to take them. I love the bold Mediterranean and Israeli inspired dishes with Chef/Owner Einat Admony's creative twists. Fried olives anyone? 11780...

Monday, September 2, 2013

Imam Bayeldi but Let’s Hope You Don’t

Imam Bayeldi but Let’s Hope You Don’t

Did you know that summer leeks are traditional on Sephardic tables on Rosh Hashanah?  I did not. Here's how it goes: The Aramaic word for leeks is "karti", which is very similar to the Hebrew, "yikartu", meaning to "cut off". We pray that our enemies will be "cut off", allowing for safety and security o...