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Bubbe’s Potato Knishes

Recipe by Esther Schuster

Bubbe’s Potato Knishes

The dough for this knish recipe is very versatile and was the basis for many of the strudels and knishes my mother made, sweet or savory. Her specialties were cheese knishes (farmer’s cheese with onions and dill, mixed with a little egg to hold the mixture together) and raisin strudel (finely chopped raisins and nuts

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Chaya’s Challah

Recipe by Julie Silverstein

Chaya’s Challah

This fantastic challah recipe comes from Chaya Wolvovsky, co-director of Chabad of Silver Spring, MD. The flavor is nicely balanced and the texture is light and airy. Sprinkle with traditional toppings like sesame and poppy seed or experiment with new ones like thinly sliced green olives, chopped onion or whatever you dream up. The recipe

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Rosemary-Honey Wholey Wheat Rolls

Recipe by Leah Hadad

Rosemary-Honey Wholey Wheat Rolls

These fragrant “wholey” wheat rolls are infused with the earthy flavor of olive oil, a subtle kick of fresh rosemary layered with a hint of honey. In winter they bring the fragrance and warmth of spring and summer to my table as a delicious addition to any meal.

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Gluten-Free Challah

Recipe by Stephanie Sussan

Gluten-Free Challah

I had experimented with gluten-free challah in the past for my mother’s dietary needs. But, I had never achieved a loaf I could love. It wasn’t until our entire family switched to gluten-free eating that I finally created a challah with as much passion and love as my beloved gluten recipe. After many failures, near-misses,

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Pão de Queijo

Recipe by Stacey Viera

<em>Pão de Queijo</em>

During Passover, it can be difficult to find a good kosher muffin as a break from constantly consuming the “Bread of Affliction,” as it’s called in our family Haggadah. Kosher-for-Passover pastries can often be bland or dense, and totally unappetizing. This pão de queijo is a delicious alternative. It’s a fluffy cheese bread ubiquitous in Brazilian

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