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.
After much trial and error and memories of waiting by the stove for her mother to mess up a blintz skin, Esther has finally mastered Bubbe’s famous blintzes, perfect for Shavuot.
Tasked with bringing a dessert—gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, soy-free; oh, and delicious, too—to a summer gathering, Stephanie turns to coconut milk to make a delicious ice cream treat for all.
With so many delicious dairy desserts, there’s no reason why blintzes and cheesecake have to be the only Shavuot options. How about giving pudding parfaits or sour cream coffeecake a try?
For 80 years, one establishment was responsible for catering most of DC’s synagogue events, bar and bat mitzvahs and shivas, serving up bagel platters as well as integration in a mostly-segregated city.
How can you reduce your frozen yogurt spending as summer approaches? Check out Mr. Yogato, where answering trivia questions or getting a stamp on your forehead can earn you delicious discounts.
After reading about the Jewish community in Kurdish Iraq, Leah reached out to the book’s author, who generously shared his grandmother’s recipe for kadeh, a leavened cheese bread that is perfect for Shavuot.
A trip to New Orleans gave Esther’s taste buds and stomach some spicy action. Back home, the rhythms of NOLA’s music scene inspire her to mix up her own beat with multicolored rice.
Growing up in Israel, Shulie didn’t eat out much, but the blueberry cheesecake at Kapulsky, the legendary café chain, left lasting memories, so she recreated it at home.