On the holiday of Shavuot, also known as the “Festival of Weeks” and “Festival of the First Fruits”, it is customary to eat dairy foods. Here is the perfect cheesecake recipe that is so simple, you can make it even at the last minute. I use a food processor which is a great time-saver. It’s perfect for entertaining and everyone will want seconds! Chag Sameach! (Have a wonderful holiday!) Read on for the Recipe
You won’t believe how quickly you can put this dish together! Easy and so comforting, the perfect “go to” meal after work when you don’t have energy to make a big meal. Serve over quick cooking quinoa or brown rice and you’re ready to relax. Read on for the Recipe
Here is an absolutely delicious and easy dish that you can make quickly. When you can’t think of what to make for dinner, you have your solution: “Easy Salmon Croquettes”. These have been a staple for American Jewish cooks for a long time. My version is egg-free, very light and can be served cold. Great to take to work for lunch! Read on for the Recipe
Having the Seder at you house this year and you don’t know where to begin?? All you need is to watch my video “Making a Passover Seder is Easy” found on this website. Just click on “video” on the sidebar and find the video. After you watch it, you’ll be ready to prepare for you Seder. Then you can search “Passover” and then “Matzah” on this site and find easy and delicious recipes to make the holiday stress free! Have a wonderful Passover.
Just in time for Passover, Coconut Pyramids are easy and delicious treats that remind us of the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt. These were originally introduced to me by a beloved family member when I visited her in England. She told me that she made them every Passover. In order to recreate her recipe, I took my “Awesome Coconut Macaroons” and changed them into cute little pyramids! These make a great Passover project with the kids, so have fun. They will also make a great dessert to bring to the Seder if you are a guest. Have a Happy Passover! The Recipe
You might be a bit worried by the name of this dish, but it’s just a fun name for a dessert made by Jews in England. This recipe is a tribute to a beloved family member, Lilian, and is very much like the one she used to make. It brings back fond memories of my visits when I would sit with her while she was making it, the conversation would be flowing and the flour would be flying all over the kithchen! The traditional Stuffed Monkey often has candied fruit as the filling. I have changed it to dried fruit and added a bit of orange and lemon zest. It is easy to make and everyone will have a giggle when you tell them its name! It is great to have with a cup of tea or coffee or just as a snack cake. It also freezes well. Have fun!Read on for the Recipe