Are you starting to plan your Passover menus? I know I am, and I also know that every year I look to change up a few dishes. Sure, I like to keep our Seder menus classic with brisket, kugel and chicken soup. But sometimes you just need some inspiration. If you can also relate, then look no further, because we’ve got not one but two beautiful Passover cookbooks chock full of recipe ideas to make for the Seder and for all week.
Manischewitz and Passover are pretty synonymous: after all, it’s hard to make matzah ball soup without the matzah meal. And this year Manischewitz is all about the kids with a new series of products: matzah pizza kits, s’mores kits and mini matzah kits.
You may have heard of chef Isa Chandra Moskowitz from the Post Punk Kitchen or from her recipe blog, IsaChandra.com. She was one of the first vegan cooks to make a home for herself on the blogosphere, and she created more than just a food blog — she built a forum for anyone who wanted to learn the ins and outs of cooking without animal products. For me, her blog is still the best place on the Internet for vegan challah, mac ‘n cheese, and cinnamon buns!
She’s at it again – Adeena Sussman, acclaimed cookbook author, Jewish food goddess and one of my favorite food heroes has written yet another cookbook, this time celebrating one of my favorite ingredients: tahini. In her “love letter to tahini” Adeena provides foolproof recipes for hummus, tahini sauce, halvah and a variety of mouth-watering recipes featuring the quintessential Middle Eastern ingredient.
‘Tis the season of menu planning! Rosh Hashanah is less than a month away, and we know many of you are starting to plan the delicious dishes you are making for friends and family.
Salted tahini chocolate chip cookies. Spinach falafel. Ricotta and za’atar ravioli. Braised pomegranate short ribs.
We know how much you love to cook. It’s the day after Thanksgiving, and you’re already in the midst of getting everything ready for Shabbat or maybe planning your Hanukkah menu. Now, you can stylishly cook in this adorable apron and find inspiration with the Breaking Matzo “Judaica” book. You even have a hat to wear when you’re running around doing errands.
Do you love scrolling through Pinterest for drool-worthy desserts to make? I mean we all do. Then you will love Miriam Pascal‘s first cookbook, Something Sweet: Desserts, Baked Goods and Treats for Every Occasion.