Amy Kritzer is a food writer and recipe developer in Austin, TX who enjoys cooking, theme parties and cowboys. She challenges herself to put a spin on her Bubbe’s traditional Jewish recipes and blogs about her endeavors at What Jew Wanna Eat. Her recipes have been featured on Bon Appetit, Daily Candy, The Today Show Blog and more. You can follow her blog, http://whatjewwannaeat.com/.
Articles by Amy Kritzer
Chocolate Pistachio Krembos Recipe
This recipe is excerpted from Amy Kritzer’s new cookbook Sweet Noshings. What in the name of Elijah is a krembo, ...
Power Greens Matzah Ball Soup
Although I love tweaking traditional recipes, especially around Passover, (hello White Wine Braised Chicken or Manischewitz Ice Cream) there are ...
Apricot-Infused Bourbon for Purim and Beyond
Hamantaschen get all the Purim glory, and rightfully so. These soft triangular cookies can be filled with anything from the ...
Smoked Salmon and Goat Cheese Quiche
Though most Jews name Hanukkah, Purim or Passover as their favorite of the many (many) holidays, I have always been ...
Black & White Cookie Cheesecake
The marriage of two desserts that are quintessential New York City.
White Wine Braised Chicken Thighs with Tomatoes and Potatoes
This one-pot Passover meal has chicken thighs braised so tender you don’t even need a knife.
Lox and Schmear Rangoon
If Christmas is a time for tradition and family, then count me in! But I’m not talking about building gingerbread ...
Beet Chips with Spicy Honey Mayo
Sprinkled with a little salt, these crunchy chips are delicious on their own, and even better when paired with a sweet and spicy pareve mayonnaise
Honey Horseradish Chicken
Subtly spicy, sweet, and a perfect main course for Passover, or anytime.
Purim has always been one of my favorites out of the many, many Jewish holidays. Dressing up in fun costumes, ...