Here are some delicious and easy supper ideas that are sure to keep your family and your bank account full
When I thought about Chanukah recipes and Chanukah parties, I decided that the best idea would be homemade versions of the food I love to buy
All recipes courtesy of Kosher.com Curling up with a bowl of pasta on a dark and chilly night is what memories are made of. Noodles rule. Saucy, cheesy, or simply coated in olive oil, there’s nothing that screams comfort food louder than a bowl of pasta. And we have just the recipes for you,
Food and prop styling by Shiri Feldman Food prep and styling by Chef Suzie Gornish Photography by Felicia Peretti Now is a time that challah has become more than just challah. It is a way for us to involve ourselves and collect zechusim to send to our brothers and sisters who need it desperately. Many
Desserts on Friday night are often just an afterthought. But as the days get shorter, the nights inevitably get longer. And that means long Friday nights filled with talking, bonding, and grazing. With this week’s selection, dessert will no longer be a last-minute mad dash to the cabinet or freezer to see what you have. You’ll keep going back to these recipes all winter long as you look forward to that time after the seudah when you curl up on the couch with a magazine and something sweet and delicious. Enjoy!
Styling and photography by Devorah Applegrad Crock-Pot dinners are essentially a gift from “past” you to “present” you. “Past” you calmly prepared a dinner of chicken and potatoes in the Crock-Pot the night before. She easily dumped all the ingredients in and spiced it accordingly. The next morning, “past” you plugged in the crockpot and