The best part about them is that every piece is a crusty corner piece, so nobody has to fight over that coveted crunch.
This recipe used to be top secret. My husband made it for Shabbat every week and he never divulged the details, even to me!
The combination of vegetables, herbs, and oats makes for a healthy and tasty kugel. It is low in calories and high in nutrients.
Feel free to make it your own by adding chocolate, dried fruits, or even citrus peel.
A melt-in-your mouth soufflé that really is like dessert with dinner.
Blintzes are classic in the Jewish cooking world and every chef has his or her own version of this souffle. You really can't go wrong with all that butter, cream, sugar and eggs.
Succulent, herbaceous and bursting with flavor.
Classic. No fail. Everything you want in challah.
The lemon juice and basil take out the "fishy" taste to make this lovely and light fish dish that's ready in minutes.
These meatballs burst with the flavors of Italy and are fluffy and moist without being fried.
So vibrant, satisfying and impressive...yet deceptively easy to pull together.
This is my famous Duck Sauce Chicken. I've literally gotten calls and numerous requests for the exact "recipe."
Try this gluten free, vegan dessert for a satisfying treat.
Magic happens when the meat is rubbed with the perfect blend of spices and then cooked all day in a special sauce.
Alcohol-free for all ages to enjoy!
Magluba (Upside Down Chicken & Rice)
This is a traditional Middle Eastern dish that I read about and had to try. It works great for Friday night and even for leftovers.
Nothing compares to the rich flavor of brisket, and this recipe couldn't be simpler to prepare - a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.