Celebrating Modern Jewish Living Through Food, Tradition, and Family
Chocolate and fruit are a marriage made in heaven.
The Backstory: Chocolate-covered strawberries are one of the easiest, most elegant, and definitely one of the most romantic desserts, hands down. They also take just minutes t[…]-READ-MORE>
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Like you, we know that when you bring the gift of food to the table, you bring so much more tha[…]-READ-MORE>
Our Lemon Poppy Seed Loan is both sweet and tart and pairs perfectly with a cup of coffee or tea, or as a kids’ snack in a lunchbox.
The Backstory: So here’s the thing: I don’t like poppy seed bagels (sorry, Dad), or poppy s[…]-READ-MORE>
I’m convinced the world is divided into two groups of people: those who look at this picture, start to drool and think to themselves, how can I get my hands on the red ones? and those who think, meh, does nothing for me.
There’s glam and then there’s glam! Glam up your table settings with these stunning napkin rings. Shimmering crystals frame a heavy gold floral/pinwheel mofit. The gold is the perfect shade (not at all brassy) to accompany dishes[…]-READ-MORE>
The Backstory: What is it with Jews and fiber? With an opening question like that, I can only say that I wish my father was here, because he’d have about 50 jokes, ready to go. More of the Backstory after the recipe…
Rich and sinful are the best ways to describe our decadent chocolate mousse. This delicious, layered dessert is creamy, chocolaty, and the perfect way to indulge your craving for everyone’s favorite treat!
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Crisp falafel balls are simply perfect in a pita sandwich or in a salad in this classic Middle Eastern dish.
The Backstory: Oh how I love falafel and my road to discovering this classic Israeli street food started in my childh[…]-READ-MORE>
Sounds like a crazy title, doesn’t it? Until a few weeks ago, I would have been inclined to agree with you, but at the recent Shiva for my husband’s grandfather, I experienced a deeply rich connection to the man I only saw a handf[…]-READ-MORE>
When I think of what to serve for Shabbat my mind immediately goes to roast chicken. How could it not? I think of my Bubbie and her massive pots of soup, and I think about, well…I think about Ina Garten cooking her weekly Friday[…]-READ-MORE>
This is my father’s bench.
The same bench where my father stood, leaned against, kibitzed from, schlepped hundred pound piles of dough onto, and expertly made hundreds of thousands of bagels by hand from 1970 to 1990. The same[…]-READ-MORE>
Mom’s baked blintzes taste almost like cheesecake–they’re that decadent and delicious! Frozen cheese blintzes are baked in a creamy custard (you and make these ahead!) for the perfect dairy meal, breakfast or brunch.