Avoid the “hangries” with a meal that satisfies everyone who spent the day fasting. Whether a sweet tooth or decidedly on Team Savory, breakfast, served at dinnertime, offers options for everyone.
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Perhaps best known for its ability to turn a bunch of ingredients into a weeknight dinner that’s ready when you get home from work, the slow cooker is also a great holiday tool.
Welcome in fall with the comfort of warm spices and sweet apples. Use the power of the slow cooker to turn even those sad, bruised apples into a smooth apple butter that’s perfect for your Rosh Hashanah meal and holiday snacks. Slather it on some challah or spoon it on top of a roast—there are…
Which apples should you use for baking? How about applesauce? What’s best to eat? Judith put together a simple guide on how to pick the right apple for every need.
Turn your favorite apple pie into a cookie for a new spin on the old-time classic! With bites of juicy apples throughout and pops of spicy cinnamon, these cookies are a great addition to your Rosh Hashanah feast.
DC is a young, vibrant and innovative city. Don’t believe it? Just look at some of the new snack start-ups—helmed by young local Jews—that call this city home.
Falafel is a traditional Middle Eastern patty made out of chickpeas. They are typically deep-fried, which makes it both intimidating for a home cook and not the healthiest thing to enjoy. While baked falafel are typically soggy messes that fall apart, by adding a coating of Amazi plantain chips you get the crunch you dream…
Don’t have a brunch reservation for Mother’s Day yet? No need to scramble! Brunch at home is less stressful and more delicious. All it takes is a little bit of planning.
This apple cake actually tastes better the next day, so no need to wake up early to have it ready for brunch. My favorite part about this recipe is how adaptable it is. Want to make it healthier? Swap in some whole wheat flour or use some applesauce instead of oil. You can even reduce…