Salads add both health and wealth (I liked the rhyme!) to our tables. Pleasing and appealing, healthy and filling, tasty and satisfying, they add color, crunch and freshness to any meal.
With endless possibilities, ther
I love coming up with new muffin recipes, and this one is no exception. Both my family, and the women at parsha class, enjoyed them very much, and I’m sure you will too!
As with all my muffins, they are super easy to
Since I discovered persimmons (shamed to admit I didn’t really discover them as a household fruit till this fall!) I am a bit addicted. Their soft flesh, gorgeous orange color, delectable taste, and mild sweetness are
There’s nothing better than starting a winter dinner with a bowl of warm, hearty and comforting soup.
Each of these soups are easy to make and will bring unique and delicious flavors to your winter dinner-table.
This recipe was born by a need for a new, and different, vegetable side dish… Though green beans and salads are a staple in my house, I wanted something fresh, delicious, and inspired.
I served this on Friday night wh
This unique crisp is a delicious and beautiful way to celebrate a fall fruit which doesn’t get enough attention: persimmons. With their bright orange color, sweet flavor, and soft flesh, this fruit works so well when c
This is a delicious cabbage salad; quick, easy, crunchy and flavorful. It takes minutes to throw together and is a favorite with all.
Quick and Crunchy Honey-Soy Cabbage Salad
In a bowl, combine:
1 bag (14-16 oz.) c
This is a delicious and hearty soup, perfect for a chilly fall evening. It was inspired by a parve Cauliflower-Brussel Sprout soup that my sister-in-law made and shared with me.
The lentils in the soup are an ode to th
This is a classic and delicious banana chocolate chip muffin. It’s an adaptation of a recipe I received many years ago, and I have been making them since. The muffins are easy to make (no mixer required), light in te
This week’s recipe is in honor of Parshas Vayeira, and the delicacy of tongue in mustard sauce that Avraham Avinu prepared for his guests (Rashi to Bereishis 18:7). However, as I have never cooked tongue before… I pr