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Break-the-Fast Menu

What’s the best part of fasting on Yom Kippur? Well, BREAK-ing the fast of course! Most American Ashkenazi Jews I know break the fast with bagels, lox, cream cheese, orange juice and other treats, such as cucumber salad or noodle kugel.

I also like changing things up and making a spinach quiche and cheesecake! Here are a few ideas for your break-fast from our favorite recipes.

Wishing everyone a sweet new year, an easy fast and a meaningful holiday!

Break-the-Fast Menu

Homemade Bagels

Custom Cream Cheese

Cheese Lokshen (Noodle) Kugel

Israeli Salad

Cucumber Salad from The Food Yenta

Lavender Cheesecake with Shortbread Almond Crust

Tamar’s Coffee Cake

Chef Paula Shoyer’s Pumpkin Bread

 

 

Posted on September 24, 2012

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Custom Cream Cheese

Yield:
12-14 servings


Everyone loves a good bagel spread for most occasions, but especially to break the fast at the end of Yom Kippur. I love putting together a platter of thinly sliced red onions, capers, cucumbers and tomatoes to top my glorious bagel.

But what if you want to do something a little different for your break-fast!? How about making some custom cream cheese flavors!

I am partial to savory cream cheese flavors such as this Herbed Cream Cheese from Tyler Florence or this Vegetable Cream Cheese from Ina Garten. But you could also go a sweeter route with this Cinnamon Raisin and Toasted Nut Cream Cheese.

You can even add a few teaspoons of your favorite jam for a fruity cream cheese spread. Top with fresh fruit for a complete sweet bagel treat!

Or you can go a little wild and try my recipe for Chipotle Cream Cheese. Feel free to add more or less chipotle depending on your tastes.

 

Chipotle Cream Cheese

Posted on September 20, 2012

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