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Passover Sponge Cake With Apples

This is a traditional light Passover sponge cake with a surprise-ripples of cinnamon-sprinkled apple slices running through the cake. My...

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Almond Macaroons

I find home-baked macaroons much more enticing and flavorful than packaged ones. At the cooking school in Paris where I studied, I learn...

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Classic Matzo Brei

This breakfast favorite, also known as fried matzo with eggs, could be considered a Passover version of French toast because many dip th...

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Apple-Cinnamon Noodle Kugel with Sour Cream

This scrumptious kugel makes a delightful dairy entree for Shavuot. Delicately sweet and rich in flavor, it’s also great for Sunday brun...

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Raspberry Sauce

This ruby-red classic sauce is the favorite sweet sauce of European chefs. It is wonderful with cheesecake, such as White Chocolate Chee...

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Noodle Kugel with Carrots and Apples

Noodle kugel has long been a treasured accompaniment on our family’s before-the-fast dinner menu. Many people make their noodle kugel wi...

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Classic Potato Latkes

This recipe for Classic Potato Latkes can be easily added to your repertoire! You'll also love that you can make these potato latkes in advance and keep them stored in your freezer, just in case.

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Old-Fashioned Applesauce

Like many good cooks, my mother makes applesauce this way, for Hanukkah or any time. All the parts of the apple, including the peel and c...

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Chunky French Applesauce

In our house this applesauce is the favorite topping for potato and sweet potato latkes. In France some call this mixture apple compote, ...

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Chopped Liver the Way My Mother Makes It

This is a most popular appetizer in Jewish cooking and can be found in almost every deli. But it’s very easy to make at home. The secret ...

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Chicken in the Pot, Yemenite Style

In many Yemenite families the midday meal during the week often revolves around a big pot of golden, aromatic chicken soup. This is a fl...

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Sabbath Soup

Since some people prefer their chicken soup with noodles, while others like matzo balls, one solution is to serve both. Then you really h...

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My Mother’s Matzo Balls

These kneidelach are light and easy to prepare. The secret to having them light, tender, and fluffy is to keep the batter soft by adding ...

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Baked Gefilte Fish

Baking is a popular way to cook gefilte fish. It’s easier because you don’t have to poach it in fish stock. When baked, gefilte fish has...

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Basic Tzimmes

Tzimmes is the Yiddish term for a casserole of sweet vegetables and dried fruit. It’s a favorite for most holidays, especially Rosh Hash...

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Basic Challah Dough

Use these ingredients for preparing a basic challah dough by hand, by mixer, or by food processor, following the methods described below.

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Large Challah

This beautiful challah is sprinkled with both poppy and sesame seeds. It is best baked on a baking sheet so the heat penetrates evenly. ...

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Round Rosh Hashanah Challah

The traditional challah to celebrate the Jewish New Year is often sweeter than usual and round in shape. Actually, it is a spiral mounde...

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Holiday Honey Challah

Honey gives this challah a distinctive pleasing flavor. The dough is a little stickier than most bread doughs and takes a bit longer to ...

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Apricot-Pecan Challah

Braiding a challah, then curving it and joining the two ends makes it into a beautiful braided crown or wreath. This one contains pecans...

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Walnut Challah

Walnuts are a favorite accent in Ashkenazic yeast doughs, and this rich challah contains plenty of them. Taste a few walnuts before usin...

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Egg Bagels

Homemade bagels are easy to make. They taste great and have a wonderful aroma as they bake. They will not be as perfectly shaped as comm...

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Israeli Doughnuts

For many Israeli children soofganiyot, or doughnuts without holes, are the most anticipated Hanukkah treat. During Hanukkah they are ever...

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Soofganiyot with Jam

Israeli filled soofganiyot usually feature red jam or preserves, but you can use any kind you like. I think apricot preserves taste very ...

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Orange Mandelbrot

Mandelbrot bring back memories of my grandmother, Goldie Kahn, who used to dip them in her tea-my favorite way to enjoy them today. Mand...

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