Celebrating Modern Jewish Living Through Food, Tradition, and Family
Our sweet and crumbly raspberry oatmeal bars are absolutely addicting. They’re crumbly, moist, and have the most delicious raspberry filling (jam and fresh berries). The best part? They’re one of the easiest baking recipes you’ll […]-READ-MORE>
Phyllis’s chicken soup turns out a perfectly-seasoned, delicate golden broth every time. This is is my go-to recipe for holiday cooking and Shabbat meals.
The Backstory: My mother-in-law hosts the most amazing (and I mean amaz[…]-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>
Green Beans Almondine is an elegant side dish that takes minutes to prepare and adds instant panache to your dinner table.
The Backstory: This elegant, crispy and flavorful side has to be one of the easiest vegetable dishes […]-READ-MORE>
Purple plum torte is juicy, sweet, and slightly tart. The buttery crust is a perfect balance to the fruit and the torte makes a gorgeous presentation.
The Backstory: This delicious plum torte comes to you from my dear friend, […]-READ-MORE>
Moist, slightly sweet, and with just a hint of texture, zucchini banana bread is a wonderful nosh with coffee, tea or tucked inside a lunch box.
The Backstory: I found this Zucchini Banana Bread recipe among my stash of old o[…]-READ-MORE>
Roasted cauliflower with lemon and garlic is insanely delicious and a perfect side dish.
The Backstory: Roasted cauliflower with lemon and garlic is just about one of the tastiest foods you could serve. Cauliflower itself is a[…]-READ-MORE>
Grilled herbed potatoes are the best of both worlds: crispy outside and soft and tender inside. Savory herbs add zest and a smoky wow factor!
The Backstory: This recipe for grilled herbed potatoes is one of my all-time favorit[…]-READ-MORE>
Light, airy, and with just a touch of chocolate, our meringue cookies are perfect two-bite treats (great for Passover!)
The Backstory: These crisp and delicious meringue cookies are a perfect example of why I created The Jewis[…]-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>
Tender chicken, dried apricots, and a tangy sweet glaze bake to perfection to make holiday apricot chicken a sweet and savory showstopper dish.
The Backstory: What would any holiday or Shabbat dinner be without a roasted chick[…]-READ-MORE>
These delicious tarts are so simple to make and they turn out the most delicious summer dessert. Puff Pastry Plum Tarts also work with apples, peaches, and berries and will become one of your favorite go-to desserts.