One of my go-to summer cafe drinks is limonana, a Hebrew portmanteau of the words limon (lemon) and nana (mint) that sounds like limonada (lemonade). Limonana is generally a slushy type drink made with those two ingredients, plus a good amount of sugar. If I want something alcoholic, I’ll opt for a limonarak, lemonade mixed…
Blintzes are a Jewish favorite, especially for Shavuot, but when it comes to adopting a vegan diet, they’re usually among the first dish to go. Not anymore with this plant-based version! Batter recipe adapted from All Recipes and filling adapted from Tori Avey.
This is a great way to clear out some of those staples we all keep in the pantry, like dry beans, canned veggies and stock. You can easily adapt this recipe to your tastes, including leaving the meat out altogether if desired.
A twist on the Jewish classic, this sweet bread combines the sweet yeasted dough of babka with the nutty, spiced flavors of baklava. You can use any variety of nuts, but traditional baklava is made with either pistachios or walnuts, or a combination of the two. Adapted from Smitten Kitchen.
Everyone loves to eat a snack on a stick, especially when there’s also a dip. For the big game, elevate the ubiquitous raw veggies and hummus with this simple, make-ahead healthful snack that everyone will enjoy eating. Even better: Get kids involved in assembling the kebabs!
I think that throwing out broccoli stems and kale ribs is one of the great shames of our culinary lives. That’s why I came up with this simple recipe for an easy and hearty pareve vegetable soup starring greens and their ribs.
There are millions of latke recipes for Chanukah, each with its own flavor twists. I like to include spices to make my recipes unique. The addition of curry powder and turmeric powder lends a gentle spiciness to these latkes. Spaghetti squash takes the place of traditional white potatoes, giving these latkes a beautiful golden hue…
The miracle of Chanukah is alive in the air fryer, where a magical tiny amount of oil turns any vegetable or latke into a crispy fried treat. These carrots are sweet, spicy and the perfect crisp side to eight days of air-fried latkes.
Cookology chef Ed Hardy created this winning recipe for the 2019 Tzedek DC Celebrity Chef Challenge, and it was a hit with the panel of judges as well as event guests.
As I juiced my millionth pomegranate of the winter using the hand-cranked press that sits on our counter, it occurred to me: Who needs Campari when you’ve got fresh pomegranate juice? The fruit’s tannic, sweet-bitter taste stands in perfectly for the classic Italian aperitif, especially with a shake or two of bitters to steer the…