Winter Citrus Salads

Winter may not seem like the ideal time to experiment with salads, but with all the different varieties of citrus ...

What Was Your Original Cookbook?

When I was a kid I was only aware of one cookbook. Not the Joy of Cooking. Not Mastering the ...

Shabbat Recipe Roundup

It’s a new year, and I know a time when a lot of people try to lighten up their eating. ...

Best Roast Chicken

My husband and I have an ongoing competition over who makes the best roasted chicken. I am not sure he ...

2012: Food Resolutions!

Welcome 2012! I am not one to make lofty secular New Year’s resolutions, but as we welcome 2012, perhaps it ...

Shabbat Recipe Roundup: Bye-bye 2011

It’s the last Shabbat of 2011, so better make it special! Looking to start your Shabbat with a festive drink? ...

Rainbow Cookies a la Hanukkah

I have a confession to make. I’m not proud of it but I feel compelled to share. You know how ...

In the (Jewish) Night Kitchen

This week on our book blog Members of the Scribe, we’re hosting guest-blogger Stanley Ginsburg, author of Inside the Jewish Bakery. ...

Top Jewish Food Trends of 2011

Another (secular) year is almost up, and it’s been a pretty good year for Jewish and kosher cuisine. We’ve had ...

Shabbat Recipe Roundup: Chinese “Takeout”

Christmas is here, and Chinese restaurants are preparing for the Jews to take over. This week I’ve put together some ...

Unique Sufganiyot

Last week at work (well my other work), I had my first sufganiya, or traditional Hanukkah jelly doughnut, of the ...

Jelly Doughnut Ice Cream

Let me be clear about one thing before I go any further. I almost feel like this is confessional: I ...