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condiments & sauces

Creamy Kale Sauce

Recipe by Jessica Grosman

Creamy Kale Sauce

Creamy Kale Sauce is my “mother sauce” for a variety of recipes. It is versatile and comes together easily in the food processor. Make it spicy by adding a pinch or two of cayenne pepper!

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Cran-Apple Jam

Recipe by Stacey Viera

Cran-Apple Jam

Jewish practice of making jams and other fruit preserves have roots in Ashkenazi and Sephardic communities. Preserving the sweetness of the season allows for special jams to be served at brit milah and other happy occasions. “In the old days,” Claudia Roden writes, “large quantities were made during their season to last through the year.

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Summer Mezze Spreads: Harissa and Spicy Feta

Recipe by Heather Bien

Summer Mezze Spreads: Harissa and Spicy Feta

If you’re building a summer mezze platter, you can find most of what you need already prepared at the grocery store: hummus, roasted red peppers, tzatziki, seasoned nuts. However, harissa and spicy feta are two simple dip recipes you can add in to give your platter a homemade touch. Both of these spreads keep beautifully,

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Hilba (Fenugreek Relish)

Recipe by Leah Hadad

<em>Hilba</em> (Fenugreek Relish)

Hilba (or hilbeh) is the Yemeni Arabic word for fenugreek as well as for the traditional spicy relish Yemenite Jews make from fenugreek seeds to add to soup and some dairy dishes or use as a dip with pita or lahouh, a spongy, fermented Yemenite pancake. Yemenite soup with hilba is comforting and delicious, as

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Cauliflower Hummus

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Cauliflower Hummus

Hummus has become a staple in our diets and is perhaps one of the hardest foods to give up for Passover if you don’t eat beans. The versatile dip can be used in so many ways—a dip for veggies, spreads for sandwiches or matzah, stuffed into sweet potatoes and to thicken soups. Instead of giving

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Mushroom-Walnut Pâté

Recipe by Jessica Grosman

Mushroom-Walnut Pâté

Food waste is a major problem in many kitchens. I wanted to find a way to use the mushrooms and onions that I had leftover from making the Aromatic Mushroom Broth, without making a complicated recipe. This spread, or pâté, has a short ingredient list, but is packed with flavor!  Use it as a topping

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Cashew-Cacao-Reishi Butter

Recipe by Jessica Grosman

Cashew-Cacao-Reishi Butter

Reishi is a powerful adaptogenic mushroom and is often referred to as the “mushroom of immortality.” These medicinal mushrooms have been used in China for centuries as a tonic to aid the body in coping with a variety of stressors. When blended into a barely-sweet butter with raw cashews and raw cacao powder, the result

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