Bring the flavor of fall to your dinner table with this colorful seasonal recipe.
Step up your Chanukah recipes with a healthy vegetable alternative to the traditional potato latke.
This kosher, gluten-free, no added sugar recipe is a wholesome treat not only for your Chanukah table, but also for your kids lunch boxes.
Chanukah is just around the corner and it is time to reinvent some of my favorite recipes.
This is a deliciously creamy, non-dairy corn chowder recipe even for the corn haters.
Have you ever wondered about the history of the beautifully braided Shabbat bread we lovingly know as Shabbat Challah?
As the week progresses and Friday is around the corner, what do you do with all of the leftover Challah? Well, one great answer to this is: Challah Croutons. These are so tasty and are the perfect garnish for your weekday soups and salads. This simple recipe takes only minutes to prepare and really livens up your daily dishes!
Soup is often under appreciated. In my opinion, the soup course is the most important as these are the first bites your guests will take of your food. Your soup will set the tone of the dinner and often will be most remembered item you prepared due to their fresh palates. Similar to a preview for a film, it should excite and invite a desire to invest in a multi-course meal.
A deliciously light and eggy Challah perfect for your weekly Shabbat dinner or Saturday morning Challah French Toast. Amazingly simple to make and will fill your home with an amazing smell and energy!
Baking Challah for Shabbat reminds me of the final moments of a yoga class. You have already put in the work of the class and you are laying curled up on your right side feeling the gratitude of your practice and setting your intention for your day.