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Miriam Szokovski is the author of the historical novel Exiled Down Under, and a member of the Chabad.org editorial team. She shares her love of cooking, baking and food photography on Chabad.org’s food blog, Cook It Kosher.
This is my last summer recipe before I launch into High Holiday cooking, so what better core ingredient to highlight than the essence of summer itself—watermelon! This drink is fun and refreshing, and takes about 35 seconds from beginning to end. If you h...
Once you're familiar with the techniques involved in making ice cream, you can pretty much apply that to any flavor, giving you unlimited opportunities for creativity. Blackberries often don't get enough credit. Their flavor is perhaps more subtle than ot...
This recipe is great for the “The Nine Days” a time of mourning during which we refrain from eating meat or chicken (aside from Shabbat) which are considered festive. The nine days begin with the month of Av (this year, nightfall of Sunday, July 23) and c...
I first attempted summer rolls (or rice paper rolls) like these a few years ago, and I simply could not master them. The rice paper wrappers kept tearing, no matter how gentle I was, and they had a funky smell. That was a packet of 50 rice paper wrappers,...
I picked up a big bunch of bok choy and an even bigger bunch of kale at the farmer’s market recently. I spent a chunk of time washing and preparing my bounty, and it provided a week’s worth of crunchy, delicious salads. This one was the winner, and the al...
Rhubarb season is in full force (in the Northern Hemisphere) and I've been itching to get my hands on some of these luscious ruby-red stalks. If you're not familiar with rhubarb, it pops up briefly at the end of spring/beginning of summer, and the combina...
The aromas that will waft through your house while cooking this Turkish Spiced Beef dish are sublime. Just look at this beautiful spices and you'll understand why: You'll also use some sweet dried apricots and rich, salty pistachios. This Turkish Spiced B...
Let this show-stopper adorn your Shavuot table.
Lemon is my all-time favorite ingredient, and lately I've been on a bit of a parsley kick. Since lemon and parsley marry so well, these chicken kebab skewers are fragrant, herbaceous, fresh, and flavorful. For best flavor, it's important to use fresh lemo...
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