They’re easy! They’re delicious! And kids love to make them. Happy Chanuka one and all.
Every time I make this soup, I get requests for more and for the recipe. It is the perfect soup to start off winter!
Packed full of vegetables and beans, this is a filling and family-favorite soup.
An adorable (and delicious) way to end your Rosh Hashana meal.
Loved this idea for apple-shaped cupcakes from TipHero.
With the holiday season about to hit, here’s all you need to be prepared. (I may be overstating things just a bit.)
The debate rages on: Is apple cobbler a side dish or a dessert? I grew up in a home where sweet dishes were strictly for dessert. If you’re saving this apple cobbler for the end of your meal, consider serving it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. But why not serve it as a side dish? Either way, this apple cobbler is the perfect complement to your Rosh HaShana meal.
The honey cake served at my childhood home was generally brick-like, left untouched by children, and gobbled up by the older generations. This cake is sweet, light and fluffy, with a delicious honey coating, and my kids gobbled a loaf of it in a single sitting. Wrapped tightly, it freezes very well.
As evidenced by Megillat Esther, the Jewish people have a long history with India. Here’s an easy and delicious Indian dish you can make to serve at your Purim (or any!) meal. Serve it alone, over rice, or atop a salad.