Celebrating Modern Jewish Living Through Food, Tradition, and Family
Buttery twist rolls turn out soft, slightly chewy, and delicious every time. They work for every meal and look beautiful on a Shabbat or holiday table.
The Backstory: This little bit of a heavenly recipe for buttery twist roll[…]-READ-MORE>
On Shavuout, we celebrate the gift of Torah by eating dairy foods (which liken the words from the Torah to the sweetness of the foods, “like milk and honey”. From blintzes to cheesecakes, we’ve got everything you need for a sweet […]-READ-MORE>
A classic New England favorite, our baked scrod is flaky, light, and perfectly seasoned.
The Backstory: This simple recipe for Baked Scrod can be adopted for most fish dishes. Whenever I visit my daughter and her family in And[…]-READ-MORE>
Tu B’Shevat or the Jewish “New Year of Trees” is a festive celebration in honor of the the fruit bearing trees in Israel that awake from their winter naps and begin a new cycle of bearing fruit. For this reason, on Tu B’Shevat we […]-READ-MORE>
You want this! Old-fashioned chocolate pudding is creamy, chocolaty, decadent, and simply perfect. Add a huge dollop of fresh whipped cream and just let yourself indulge. You deserve it.
The Backstory: When I look at this reci[…]-READ-MORE>
Creamy, rich, and delicious, you’ll never believe this dessert is low-cal and low fat.
The Backstory: Making flan may seem intimidating at first but it’s just as easy as making a pie. There’s a base, a filling, and a simple to[…]-READ-MORE>
Sweet. juicy grilled pineapple is the perfect ending to a summer meal. It stands on its own or rises to perfection with a dollop of ice cream or sorbet.
The Backstory: Grilled Pineapple is just about one of the most delectable[…]-READ-MORE>
Quick and easy vegetable soup is a perfect first course, light lunch, or anytime snack.
The Backstory: This delicious quick and easy vegetable soup is a combination of vegetable soup and cabbage soup and one of the easiest rec[…]-READ-MORE>
Grandma’s poppyseed cookies are thin, crisp, and buttery, and melt right in your mouth!
The Backstory: To say that my husband loves his Grandma’s poppyseed cookies would be an understatement. He loves them and he loves them de[…]-READ-MORE>
Spinach cheese bake is a decadent, creamy dip that’s a perfect party appetizer with crackers or pita wedges.
The Backstory: I am a cheese lover. Now pair this with spinach, mushrooms and onions, and this becomes another favo[…]-READ-MORE>
Evy’s apricot coconut balls are sweet, chewy confections that taste as good as they look. Perfect for a shower, holiday buffet or party favor.
The Backstory: Evy’s apricot coconut balls come to The Jewish kitchen from Evy Gold[…]-READ-MORE>
Shavuout is a two-day holiday where we celebrate G-d giving the Torah to the Jewish people on Mount Sinai more than 3,000 years ago! On Shavout, Jews renew their appreciation of G-d’s gift and celebrate the meaning of Torah in the[…]-READ-MORE>