Even after becoming pescatarian, there’s one dish that still stirs up Leah’s memories: Yemenite chicken soup, especially the Passover version. But it turns out the flavors hold their own even without the meat.
In preparation for Passover, Marcia talked to leading Jewish foodies and put together the most useful, comprehensive list of holiday “hacks.” Check it out and start preparing for the best and tastiest Passover yet!
Recipe of the Week
For years, I made Nach Waxman’s “most-Googled brisket recipe” for every Jewish…
Fight the chorus of “I’m bored” and “I’m hungry” by getting kids to roll up their sleeves and join you in the kitchen to prepare breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks.
Are you getting the most out of your freezer, or is just a place to dump all sorts of mystery food scraps? Here are tips for using your freezer better and reducing waste.
Afflicted by the bread of affliction (and by her family complaining about it), Sherry searched for a way to turn it into something more exciting. The result: Passover granola that you can’t stop eating.
Lots of people dread Passover, but for those of us who don’t eat gluten, the holiday is an exciting time to stock up on recipes and let our year-round favorites enjoy the spotlight.
While it won’t replace spaghetti Bolognese anytime soon, there is definitely a place for spiralized zucchini and sweet potatoes, especially in the tasty recipes Annabel cooked up.