Lag b’Omer, Memorial Day, the Fourth of July…grilling season is almost upon us! Instead of store-bought hot dogs and hamburgers, get creative with your kabobs—ground meat, new spices, pineapple and more.
Despite vague memories of learning about Shavuot, Lori definitely remembers eating cheesecake and blintzes on the holiday. But now, with dairy intolerances and vegan diets in her family, how can they celebrate?
Recipe of the Week
When I had my first bite of the blueberry cheesecake at Kapulsky…
Combining traditions and flavors couldn’t be creamier or dreamier as Jewish-Italian cookbook author Marcia Friedman creates a new no-bake Nutella mousse cheesecake recipe for Shavuot, which celebrates Judaism’s first convert, Ruth.
Staying up all night to study on Shavuot? Even if you’re not, here are ten cheesecakes—mini, full-size, light, decadent, striped, all different flavors—to make this Shavuot a memorable one.
Jews didn’t actually invent cheesecake, but you wouldn’t know it unless you were a scholar of Ancient Greece, where it debuted. In America, cheesecake is as Jewish and ubiquitous as bagels.
On Lag b’Omer it’s customary to make a big bonfire and grill meat and potatoes. Although they won’t be ready for Lag b’Omer, Tanya and her family recently planted spuds on their farm.