A plant-based diet is good for your health, animals and the environment. Nava shows how you can start by going meatless once a week and involving your children in meal planning and prep.
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Meals with a do-it-yourself component are always appealing, both for the cook and those at the table. This festive meal makes very little work for the cook, and everyone can tailor their fajitas to their own tastes. For a bigger meal, serve with a simple side of brown rice or quinoa. A platter of sliced…
This sweet side dish of spiced carrots and apples brightens the Passover dinner plate. Baked until crusty, it’s also yummy enough to be an everyday dessert with a dollop of coconut yogurt. Photo by Evan Atlas.
Even if you don’t know what pulses are, you’ve eaten them (they’re beans, lentils and peas). January 18 is Global Pulse Day, bringing awareness to the health and environmental benefits of this food.
Cholent is a Jewish classic that can be considered an early predecessor to slow-cooker recipes. In its original form, it’s put in the oven before Shabbat and cooked at a very low temperature for about 12 hours so that it can be eaten for the Sabbath midday or late afternoon meal. It’s one of the…
Mujaddarah is often made with cracked wheat (bulgur), and sometimes with rice. Either way, the grain is combined with high-protein lentils and lots of onions browned by olive oil. This simple and delicious preparation is beloved dish in Israeli as well as other Middle Eastern cuisines.