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There’s nothing like an ice-cold drink on a summer day. For these past few weeks, it’s been too hot to turn on the oven, even for me! On this episode of  “Baking with Lisa,” I may not be mixing batter, but I’m still mixing drinks. more
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Can you believe it’s been one year since we released the first episode of “Baking with Lisa”? I’ve weathered through some, well, … more
Finally, warmer weather is here! For me, this means fresh fruit, gardening, family gatherings and Shavuot, a holiday when we typically eat all things delicious and dairy-based – like … more
Who loves a sweet treat that tastes a bit like cardboard, is packed with preservatives, makes your mouth dry and comes from a can? I sure don’t! And yet, I’m sure we’re all very familiar with this classic Passover dessert: coconut macaroons from a can. I’ve had my fair share of these store-bought cookies after my family’s seder. more
Who doesn’t love a good cookie, especially one that holds up to a dunk in a hot cup of coffee or tastes great with a glass of cold milk? Mandelbrot (pronounced mandelbread), otherwise known as the extended relative of biscotti, is a twice-baked cookie that my entire family enjoys. more
Hanukkah is in my favorite season. Yes, you read that right: I love the wintertime! The snow, the big sweaters and, of course, the holiday baking make a perfect combination for gathering and celebrating. My earliest memory of Hanukkah is watching “A Rugrats Chanukah” on VHS and helping my mom grate potatoes by hand for latkes, before we discovered the magic of food processors. more
It’s September, and that means two things: the High Holy Days are upon us, and autumn is just around the corner. This is my absolute favorite time of year! I can already smell the … more
You say ROO-geh-lackhh. I say “RUH-guh-luh.” Let's call the whole thing delicious! No Jewish bakery is complete without a platter of these puffy pastries. And now you can make rugelach at home. more