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Braised short ribs are a decadent and delicious alternative to brisket for Passover, or anytime you want to serve up a very special meal. They are so tender from cooking low and slow, they literally … more
Passover popovers fall into the category of “old school” Jewish food. Like mandel bread or matzah brei, they’re one of those dishes my grandmother always made during the holiday. … more
By the middle of Passover, the only thing I crave is lettuce and cucumber. It is the start of my clean eating time; I’m ready to replenish the house with only foods that are clean and fresh … more
According to a Pew Report, almost 70 percent American Jews — secular as well as observant — attend a Seder to read the Haggadah … more
As I write this, we are almost two weeks from Passover, and panic is setting in. It moves in at this time of year and leaves after the last Seder dishes are put away. There is just so much to do, … more
How many people will be coming to your Seder who have food issues, from gluten sensitivity to outright allergies? Allergy and sensitivity issues are becoming more and more commonplace and require a … more
Passover is fast approaching, and French trained chef and best-selling cookbook author Paula Shoyer is offering Passover recipes that you will want to make year-round! Shoyer … more
I love playing with color, texture and shape with my challah. Looking to create a red challah? Add beetroot powder. Green? Try using green tea matcha powder. Do you want bread with a golden … more
Some experts say that food isn’t love, but I disagree. The glorious memories I have of my mother’s chicken fricassee have everything to do with love. This dish of hers was beyond … more
If you love pickles, you might often be left with jars and jars of leftover pickle juice. Before you throw out that brine, there’s actually so many ways to use it. And while you can … more
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