For Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, or at any time, here is an easy and quick dressing for cut fresh fruit. It incorporates honey, an important ingredient in holiday cooking, ensuring a sweet New Year. Shanah Tovah! Have a happy and a healthy New Year!
1 Tbls. honey
½ cup orange juice
Zest from ¼- ½ orange
Mix all ingredients in small bowl.
Marinate cut fruit of your choice in dressing or serve on the side ladled over fresh cut fruit.
Smoked fish dishes are popular with Ashkenazi Jews. A family member served this easy pareve(neutral, non-dairy) spread at a backyard BBQ this summer and I loved it. It’s so easy, great to serve all year round, would be great as an “noshable” (appetizer) for the upcoming Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah. You can add or reduce the seasonings based on your taste.
With the Jewish holidays fast approaching, this is the perfect light and easy side dish for the Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. It incorporates the traditional elements: apples and honey and is easy to prepare for a crowd. It is very healthy and not too sweet. A great alternative to tzimmes, it goes well with brisket and chicken. It can be served hot or cold and looks beautiful on a holiday table. The Recipe
This unbelievably delicious and simple salad was served by a family member, Sheryl, at a recent family gathering. You can put this together in five minutes and everyone will want the recipe! It looks beautiful and is a great offering at a summer cookout or get together. Enjoy! The Recipe
Tu B’Shevat, the Jewish Arbor Day, that occurred this week, reminded me that we traditionally eat fruits and nuts from trees in Israel. Here is a quick and easy snack that incorporates some of those delicious foods. You can also break it up into small bits and serve as “Granola Crumbles” or package them as a yummy treat in your “Mishloah Manot” gifts for the upcoming holiday of Purim. Feel free to be creative. Enjoy!
Just in time for Chanukkah…Here is a delicious and easy to make “Latke Topper” that you will find yourself making year round! It’s perfect to spread on latkes as a “Latke Topper”. It is dairy so you may need to serve it with a pareve or dairy meal for those who keep Kosher.Read on for the Recipe
“Latkes”, (potato pancakes) are one of the popular traditional foods served on Chanukkah. Latkes can serve as a base for many delicious toppings. I call them “Latke Toppers” and this one is quick and easy to make. It gives a nice tangy balance to the potato taste of the latke. Serve it with my “It’s Easy to Keep the Tradition… Latkes!” or my “Easy Sweet Potato Latkes” (recipes found on this website) Look for more “Latke Toppers” coming soon…Read on for the Recipe