Watermelon Flatbread

 
Watermelon Flatbread

July 4th 2011By joyofkosher

 

Thick Fruit Smoothie

 
Mother's Day Smothie with Strawberries

May 6th 2015By Shushy Turin

"I Knead You Smoothie": Using dry bread to thicken soups is an age-old trick; why not apply the same thing to a smoothie? This is a great smoothie for those of you who love a thick smoothie mustache but hate bananas. Feel free to get a little fancy-dancy and spike the smoothie with some white wine or sparkly champagne.

 

The Bounty of Breads

 
Bounty of Bread

May 20th 2011By Alison and Jeff Nathan

After a recent slew of busy days, I knew that Passover was surely over. On my busiest of days, three out of four meals were sandwiches on the go, and I realized what an integral and wondrous component bread can be… and I don’t even mean the wonder of the challah!

 

Rustic Pumpernickel Bread

 
pumpernickel

December 11th 2014By Itta Werdiger Roth

ATTENTION AMERICAN people, New York deli-lovers especially: If you think you know what real pumpernickel or rye bread is, you’ve got another thing coming! When I first moved here from Australia, much to my dismay, I discovered that your “rye bread” is none other than white bread, with a dash of rye flour and a whole lot of caraway seeds and with so much molasses that it appears to be wholesome dense bread, but yeah, it’s basically the exact opposite. This is the recipe I created to combat this false American rye. That’s right. Someone had to do it! It’s based very loosely on traditional German pumpernickel.

 

Red Onion Focaccia

 
Red Onion Focaccia

April 26th 2010By joyofkosher

Delicious and refreshing Focaccia bread with the wonderful flavors of rosemary, red onion, garlic and of course, potatoes

 

Panzanella – Peasant Style Tuscan Bread Salad

 
Panzanella

August 4th 2011By Alessandra Rovati

 

Moroccan Style Frena Bread, with Toppings

 
frena bread 2

September 15th 2014By Tom Franz

Enjoy this fast and easy recipe for Moroccan Frena bread, it's like a big fluffy Focaccia. What makes it special and simple to make, is that everything goes together in the mixer, is left to rise and the best part- it works every time! Don’t forget to knead vigorously for a long time to get as much air into the dough, which will make it fluffy later.
You can also try toppings like blue cheese and dates turning it into a savory sort of Focaccia Pizza. 

 

Bialy Loaf

 
 

Basic Baguette

 
Basic Baguettes

January 29th 2015By Jenna Short

If you’re afraid of baking yeast breads, try this recipe. It’s super simple to make these baguettes and will build the confidence you need to expand your baking repertoire!

 

30 Minute Pizzas

 
Peach and Arugula Pizza

July 25th 2011By Jamie Geller

Quick & Kosher Recipes for 30-Minute Pizzas