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.
Nothing shouts Purim louder than these!
The year we discovered this recipe, I made latkes every single night of Chanukah.
A perfect soup for a chilly day. It’s hearty and filling (and really easy to make)!
It’s the first rainy day in a long time, and all I feel like doing is making soup and maybe some of these super easy super yummy croutons.
Just in time for Rosh HaShana, Cooking Light magazine offers up this delicious recipe. (It looks so good I may even make it tonight!)
This delicious snack will help get your kids ready to celebrate a sweet New Year!
Who says pomegranates are just for eating? One of these days I hope to become a certified mixologist. Still, I’m pretty good with putting together delicious cocktails. Here’s one that’s sure to please your adult crowd on Rosh HaShanah (and all year round)!