Easy, Yes I Mean Easy Rugelach

Easy, Yes I Mean Easy Rugelach

Easy, Yes I Mean Easy Rugelach

Just in time for the Jewish New Year, what makes this recipe easy is that you can make it in the food processor. Also, you don’t have to make all the rugelach at once; divide up the dough and just make the amount of rugelach that you need, and keep the rest in the fridge for up to a week or two. These are not too sweet, and you save a few calories by using Neufchatel cheese and buttermilk. If you want to cheer someone up, these are a winner! Remember to let people know that these are “dairy” if they don’t mix milk and meat.
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Orange Avocado Salad

Orange Avocado Salad

Orange Avocado Salad

Here is an easy salad that is light for summer or for any time. It can be put together in 5 minutes. These ingredients could be found in Israel, so think of this as an “Israeli Style” salad. So delicious! I guarantee there will be no leftovers!!
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Lemony Vegetable Noodles (“Lochshen”)

 

Lemony Vegetable Noodles

Lemony Vegetable Noodles

This is so easy and you can substitute any vegetables you have on hand. If you keep kosher or you are a vegetarian, substitute vegetable broth or pareve chicken broth. This is a great and quick supper dish and a great way to get the kids to eat their vegetables! I think I’ll make it every Sunday night!! Read on for the Recipe

Cool Summer Pasta Salad

Cool Summer Pasta Salad

Cool Summer Pasta Salad

Just in time for your summer BBQs and get togethers, this salad is easy and delicious! It is mayonnaise free and heart healthy. You can add in other ingredients such as sliced canned artichokes and or different veggies if you like. It is also good with tuna or salmon pieces mixed in. A perfect lunch for the office!
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Miriam’s Mediterranean Couscous/Quinoa

Miriam's Mediterranean Couscous/Quinoa

Miriam’s Mediterranean Couscous/Quinoa

Here is the perfect summertime dish. This was given to me by Miriam’s daughter, Diane. Miriam was an avid reader and a very thoughtful person. She was also a wonderful Jewish cook. This is such an easy dish. Feel free to change up the seasonings and eat it hot or cold. It is perfect to bring for lunch to work or to a BBQ. I’m sure it will become one of your favorites!
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Suggestions for a Shavuot Feast

Here are some suggestions for dairy dishes that you can serve at your Shavuot Feast. All the recipes can be found on this website. Have fun and enjoy your celebration!

  • No Patchke Cauliflower Pashtedah
  • Leo Rice Noshables
  • Nicky’s Pepper Spread over goat cheese log served with crackers
  • One Bowl Kugel
  • Tammy’s Grandmother’s Fresh Fruit Cake
  • Break Fast Herring
  • Blintz Casserole
  • Blintz Souffle