Celebrating Modern Jewish Living Through Food, Tradition, and Family
Oh how my father loved his Cream of Wheat. To this day, I simply don’t get it. I will never get it. If you’ve read any of my other Baker’s Daughter blogs, you know how much I adored my father (still do), but for the life of me, I'[…]-READ-MORE>
This classic challah recipe is the only Jewish bread recipe you’ll ever need.
The Backstory: Nothing signifies the end of the week and the start of Shabbat quite like delicious classic Challah. This bread is one of the most we[…]-READ-MORE>
Come Friday, no matter what I’m doing (teaching at Boston University, shuffling kids to and from school), the other half of my brain is thinking about Shabbat. In between work and school drop off and pick up, I’m trying to figure […]-READ-MORE>
An old-fashioned, chocolaty classic that deserves its place in history. It’s. That. Good.
The Backstory: There must be something wrong with me because I’m physically restraining myself from getting out of this chair, baking th[…]-READ-MORE>
The Backstory: When you really want to shake things up at the holidays, these matzoh balls are just the thing to do it. Three deliciously flavored–and easy to make varieties–spinach, turmeric, and tomato–are simply gorgeous to[…]-READ-MORE>
Phyllis’s Spinach Pie is one of our top-rated recipes and the ultimate comfort food. This decadent dish is a perfect side or lunch with a salad. Double the recipe and make two (freeze one!)
The Backstory: My mother-in-law is r[…]-READ-MORE>
Mini sweet and sour meatballs are tangy, delicious, and perfect for parties, game night, or holiday get-togethers. The sauce is truly addicting.
The Backstory: This recipe is by far, one of the most special of all the recipes […]-READ-MORE>
Purim is a happy and celebratory Jewish holiday loved by children and adults alike. It is best known for eating Hamantaschen, wearing costumes, waving noisemakers, and playing games. Kids love it because it’s truly one of those li[…]-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>
The Backstory: The name says it all: The Reuben. If you’re a foodie, a New Yorker, or a Jew, you don’t need to hear another word. You hear “Reuben” and the world goes a little fuzzy as your brain has some kind of Pavolian respons[…]-READ-MORE>
Classic Charoset is so much more than the mortar between the bricks! This delicious, fruity, and nutty mixture (a chutney, really) is sweet and crunchy with warm notes of wine and cinnamon.
The Backstory: Classic Charoset is a[…]-READ-MORE>
Tender poached eggs and wilted spinach are drizzled with hollandaise in this elegant brunch classic.
The Backstory: There are numerous ways to make this delicious and decadent dish. I always think of Eggs Florentine as Eggs Be[…]-READ-MORE>