Celebrating Modern Jewish Living Through Food, Tradition, and Family
Roasted brussels sprouts are sweet, tender, and easy to prepare. This gorgeous side is perfect for holidays and everyday cooking.
The Backstory: One of my most fond memories of my son as a little boy has to do with roasted Bru[…]-READ-MORE>
Start this slow-cooking, traditional cholent stew the night before Shabbat for a delicious, cook-free Friday night.
The Backstory: Traditional cholent is a savory, fork-tender stew that dates back thousands of years. It was ap[…]-READ-MORE>
Banana walnut bread is delicious for breakfast, snacking or wrapped up with a festive ribbon as holiday gift for friends.
The Backstory: Who doesn’t love a little something sweet now and then? I sure do! And why not? All of us[…]-READ-MORE>
The Backstory: I have had this recipe for so long (ages) that I can’t even remember who gave it to me. If any of my friends are reading this and thinking, “Myrna, I gave it to you,” I thank you and here is your shot at fame. More[…]-READ-MORE>
Jazz up brunch with a smoked salmon omelette for an elegant twist on eggs. This delicious meal cooks in ten minutes and also makes a fabulous light dinner.
The Backstory: This delicious smoked salmon omelette is a perfect way […]-READ-MORE>
Talk about Jewish comfort food. This cream cheese, tomato and onion sandwich is as easy (and delicious) as it gets. Few ingredients and five minutes to make!
The Backstory: Usually when I think of comfort foods, mac and cheese[…]-READ-MORE>
The Backstory: I will eat potatoes in any way that they are prepared. Potatoes were a staple at every dinner my mother made. My dad was a meat and potatoes guy. The meal was almost always the same: mashed potatoes made with P[…]-READ-MORE>
Chicken with eggplant is a Middle-Eastern inspired dish that’s tender, flavorful, and surrounded by the most delicious, savory sauce. This dish is even better the second day so make a large batch to ensure leftovers.
The Backstory: I cannot remember a time when this velvety soup was not served for a holiday dinner. My mom never measured anything, and here I am trying to convert her favorite answer to my question, “how much of this or that” […]-READ-MORE>
Homemade Kosher corn dogs bring the carnival right to the dinner table with this delicious treat!
The Backstory: Here is another recipe that can please children as well as adults. True confession: hot dogs are my favorite food[…]-READ-MORE>
Get ready to get sticky with Carole’s Teiglach. This classic Jewish dessert is messy and delicious, but totally worth the sticky fingers!
The Backstory: Teiglach, that sticky, sweet, and lick-your-fingers clean treat is an old[…]-READ-MORE>
Smoked salmon and cream cheese spirals are a savory and creamy make-ahead appetizer that everyone loves–make extra because these go fast!
The Backstory: What’s a party without the smoked salmon? These delicious two-bite noshe[…]-READ-MORE>