I think I’ve discovered the secret of working with Styrofoam balls. The size of the Styrofoam should be consistent with the size of the child. The younger the kid, the smaller Styrofoam surface you should choose. These small Styrofoam balls can easily be turned into apples or pomegranates for this holiday season!
It is that time of year again. Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are right around the corner. Now if someone was to ask me, what is the first word that comes to mind when I think of the High Holy Days, I would say “Teshuva”, Repentance.
A no fail cake is the way to go when you are cooking for a crowd.
I decided to play around with a couple of my muffin/kugel recipes and came up with this delicious side dish. Your kids can help with this recipe: the big kids and measure and mix and the little ones can line the muffin tins with cupcake liners. Wrapped tightly, these muffins freeze well.
Apples, apples everywhere! Here’s another way to toast the New Year and to enjoy apples – without getting honey all over your tablecloth! Note: even though this drink’s color is right out of your crayon box, it is NOT for little hands.
There are certain desserts that automatically elicit that gasp from the crowd. Pomegranate Chocolate Mousse Tart is a holiday-friendly, gorgeous showstopper. Sprinkling pomegranate seeds across the top of the tart, makes it perfect for Rosh HaShana.