photo: Liz Rueven
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, this dish is best when assembled a day in advance.
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Photo: Liz Rueven
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. Continue reading
Talk about seasonal cooking and autumnal inspiration!
Leaf and Ardor‘s Harvest Brew Tea is used two ways in this delicious Maple Glazed stuffed chicken breast recipe. We believe that makes it doubly good! Continue reading
Father’s Day is upon us and we’re heating up the BBQ. Whatcha putting on the grill?
Where did your meat come from?
Do you really know? Continue reading
Take a moment to pause and imagine: Spring is only a few weeks away!
The Jewish holiday of Tu b’Shvat is a day set aside to celebrate the fruit of the trees and to give thanks for their well-being and bounty.