399 results total, viewing 321 - 330 – The last thing anyone wants to do after fasting and sitting in synagogue is to start cooking and prepping a complicated or heavy meal. The dishes I like to serve for Yom Kippur can all be made in advance – in fact, they … more
If you’re looking for a new kugel recipe, we found these in the JTA files. One sweet, one savory and both sure look tasty. Vegetable Kugel 1 bunch (6-8) carrots 14 white mushrooms 1 potato, peeled 1 medium onion more
NEW YORK (JTA) – An expert “raw halva” maker, Shahar Shamir has been creating all-natural sesame spreads – and serving them to friends and family – for years. So when the native Israeli’s plan to open a Brooklyn cafe hit some snags, … more – During the summer we all relish al fresco dining. The moment we can bring our meals outside is always a happy one, and we schedule the summer months with picnics, barbecues and rooftop cocktails as much as possible. … more
Baking challah is a weekly ritual in many households. It can be a daylong affair. The mixing, the kneading, the hours of rising, then the braiding and, finally, more rising. But the results are unparalleled. Usually. I have to admit I have a … more
In the 15th century, people believed that honey was the soul of flowers. Let’s expand the metaphor, and think of honey in feminine terms and of bees in masculine terms. Honey is the soul of the flower, her family. Bee, has to work very hard to … more
Honey-glazed apple cake Recipe courtesy Golden Blossom Honey Ingredients Cake: 3/4 cup brown sugar, packed 2/3 cup shortening 3 eggs 3/4 cup GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY 3-1/2 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder more
We asked Eric Taylor, general manager of Bottles in Providence, for his recommendations of what to drink with Rosh Hashanah meals of all sorts. Here’s what he had to say: “It’s no wonder when I mention kosher wine people scoff. Growing up … more
When the Jewish New Year comes around, many people stress for weeks leading up to the holiday and break out their most complicated recipes to impress guests. But when I entertain around the holidays, I prefer to rely on a few go-to dishes that are … more
During High Holy Days, we do a lot of thinking. We reflect on our actions throughout the year; we seek forgiveness; we make amends; we worry about the fate God will inscribe for us in the upcoming year. All this pondering and questioning can make a … more
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