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Apple and Calvados Chicken Liver Pate, for Rosh Hashanah
Applesauce, for your latkes
Baba Ganouj, Israeli eggplant dip 
Bastel & Sambussak, Syrian appetizers
Black Bean Hummus
Borekas, spinach and cheese turnovers
Chopped Liver

Crispy Asparagus with minced egg, a great Passover recipe
Custom Cream Cheese, a delicious twist on the classic spread
Date Coconut Rolls, a symbolic dish for Rosh Hashanah
Detox Very Berry Smoothie, to help you recover from the holidays
Eggplant with Mayonnaise, an iteration of Baba Ganoush
Forshmak, a herring appetizer
Gefilte fish, the ultimate first course
Haroset recipes from around the world    
Hummus, chick pea spread
, Israeli breakfast
Lox, the Jewish breakfast of choice
Lima Bean Hummus with Toasted Peanuts, smooth dip with crunchy bits
"Marry Me" Brisket Sliders, a game-day treat
Mock Chopped Liver 
, Israeli breakfast
Roasted Garlic Hummus, hummus with a kick
Salsa Garnish, perfect for soups or snacking
Sangria for Tu Bishvat
Savory Hamantaschen, a new take on a Purim classic
Spiced Quinoa with Leg of Lamb and Pickled Lemons
Spinach and Cheese Borekas, a crunchy Israeli classic
Strawberry Lemonade Martini, a summer treat
Stuffed Dates, with goat cheese
Stuffed Dates, with goat cheese and pomegranate syrup
Sweet and Savory Stuffed Prunes, Sukkot appetizer
Sweet and Spicy Asian Chicken Wings, perfect to start a spciy lunch
Tarator, yogurt and cucumber salad
Traditional Style Hot Wings, a delicious treat 
Walnut Hummus, Israeli breakfast
Walnut Pesto 
Yaprakes De Parra
, stuffed grape leaves
Za’atar, the quintessential Israeli spice


Bagels, the roll with a hole 
Baked French Toast, to make with leftover challah 
Challah, Sabbath bread 
Chocolate Challah, for Shavuot
Cranberry Coffee bread, a sweet treat
Paula’s Pumpkin Bread, a sweet way to start the day
Pumpkin challah, for an autumnal Shabbat 

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