This is one of the easiest desserts, ever. It’s also visually appealing and really delicious (I can’t say it meets my usual criteria of healthy… but not everything can be healthy!). It’ll be enjoyed by kids a
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Vayelech, Moshe continues to prepare for his upcoming demise, soon to take place on the eastern banks of the Jordan River.
He is commanded to write the song of Torah, to teach it to the B
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Nitzavim, we learn about the mitzvah of teshuva, repentance. Not for naught is this parsha read before Rosh Hashana, as it reminds us of leaving our sins behind and returning in purity an
These Pumpkin-Apple-Maple Muffins are healthy, moist and simply delicious! They are perfect for Rosh Hashana, as they incorporate two of the simanim: pumpkin (gourd) and apples (with maple syrup in lieu of honey).
This kugel is perfect for Rosh Hashana, when we have a tradition to eat leeks as one of the simanim: she’yi’korsu so’nay’nu, may our enemies be cut down.
It’s a fresh and different side dish, bursting with fla
This week’s parsha, Parshas Ki Savo, begins with the mitzvah of Bikkurim, the dedication of the first fruits of the shivas ha’minim (seven species of the Land, Devarim 8:8), and the bringing of the fruits up to Yerusha
Here is a lokshin kugel recipe in honor of the upcoming yomim tovim, when we have a custom to eat apples and honey for a sweet new year. It’s super easy to prepare, delicious, and will be enjoyed by all! It’s perfe
This scrumptious chicken salad is perfect for any time you have cold, leftover BBQ chicken, and you are not sure exactly what to do with it (but don’t want to throw it out!).
This salad is delicious served on whole-whea