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
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Toldos, twin sons - Yaakov and Eisav - are born to Yitzchak and Rivka, after many years of childlessness. Eisav, reddish and hairy, is born first, while Yaakov is born second, holding on
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
For your information, here is the shiur link to a new shiur given this morning, in memory of the kedoshim murdered this past Shabbos Kodesh, 18 Cheshvan 5779, in Pittsburgh, z’l, and in memory of the kedos
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
Parshas Lech Licha. Avraham Avinu, Sarah Imainu. Journeys, Wanderings, Trials, Tribulations, Visions, Prophecies, Battles and Peace Treaties, Bris Milah and Blessings. Lech Licha - the beginnings of the Jewish nation
I wanted a new muffin to serve at parsha class on Tuesday morning that would bring the flavors of the fall season indoors. This muffin - with shredded carrots and apple (I used organic for both), oats and applesauce, as