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>
Kosher salmon dip uses canned salmon (a fab shortcut) for an easy, make-ahead appetizer your guests will love.
The Backstory: My grandmother always had canned salmon in her pantry and I always wondered what she did with it. I […]-READ-MORE>
Nutty, sweet, and chewy, our date nut bread is perfect for toast, as is, or even in French toast.
The Backstory: I don’t know where I got this recipe, but it has been with so many other recipes that I’ve had in a folder that[…]-READ-MORE>
Stuffed tomatoes are the perfect side with just the right amount of cheese, bread crumbs, and seasonings. Better yet, they cook up in 10 minutes or less!
The Backstory: At just about every Bar and Bat Mitvah I attended growing[…]-READ-MORE>
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>
You can have your Eggplant Parmesan and keep Kosher too! Our recipe is absolutely scrumptious and tastes just like the real thing!
The Backstory: So what’s a nice Italian recipe like Eggplant Parmesan doing on a site like this[…]-READ-MORE>
Rich and delicious cream of mushroom soup is a hearty throwback to mom’s good cooking. Serve with crusty bread and a salad for a delicious lunch.
The Backstory: This delicious, creamy and oh, so tasty cream of mushroom soup re[…]-READ-MORE>