My view of food began to change when I studied in Barcelona in college and discovered and loved the warm fried churros dipped in chocolate sauce with a hint of lime. That became my inspiration for these Chanukah doughnuts.
About the Author
As my TV spirit character Elaine Benes says, “You can’t beat a babka.” This rich, yeasted bread is filled, in this case, with pretty much the best flavor combination of all time. No, I’m not talking about your morning coffee and whiskey. It’s chocolate and peanut butter, with a touch of sea salt for good…
Sort of like the Jewish fruitcake, dry, sweet honey cake is usually not welcome at Rosh Hashanah, but it’s always there. This version, however, is super-moist with coffee, pomegranate juice and whiskey, and it’s one you’ll want seconds of.
I love getting creative with latkes every Chanukah, but nothing goes better with fried potatoes than more fried food! It’s just science. These beet fries get their crispiness from cornstarch, paired with an addicting goat cheese sauce you may just want to slather on your latkes as well. No judging here.
Why should the secular New Year get all the fun? Amy set out to make the Jewish one fun, glitzy and, of course, sweet with these battered, fried and honey-glazed apple slices.
The holiday is a time to come together with family, reflect on the past year and contemplate the future. So I came up with a quick cinnamon spice batter to dip apple slices in. Fried to perfection and topped with a sweet honey glaze, they are simple, decadent and way tastier than a mealy apple…
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.