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Miriam Szokovski

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I have no idea when “funfetti” became a flavor, but apparently at some point it did. And despite my cynicism at the legitimacy of sprinkles as a flavor, I’ve decided to give it a shot and make these cheerful, festive hamantaschen for Purim. I’ve filled th...
Purim is less than a month away, so I’ve been thinking a lot about hamantaschen. This is not a traditional recipe, but a fun and delicious one nonetheless. I’ve used puff pastry for the dough, and filled them with two mixtures—one that is corn-based, and ...
This is one of my favorite one-bowl winter dinners. What could be better than pillowy meatballs, mushroom sauce and fluffy rice? It’s the ultimate comfort food. The most important thing in this recipe is to use fresh mushrooms for the sauce. They make it ...
The kosher cookbook market continues to flourish, and it can be difficult to know which cookbooks are the right match for each home cook. We all have our own strengths and weaknesses in the kitchen; some like to try varied international cuisines, while ot...
Crunchy taco shells filled with warm shredded beef, piled high with fresh salsa, cool and creamy non-dairy sour cream and avocado. . . . These tacos were even better than I expected. Make sure you keep lots of napkins on hand, because they are as messy as...
Putting pastrami in egg rolls may not make for authentic Asian cuisine, but it sure tastes good. As does the sauce. Trust me, once you taste this, you will never go back to dipping in plain old duck sauce. Egg rolls are not the simplest thing to throw tog...
This Monday, Jews around the world will celebrate the 15th of Shevat, the New Year for the trees. Traditionally we celebrate by eating fruit, specifically the seven fruits of Israel, including grapes, figs, pomegranates, olives and dates. Of course you ca...
I’ll let these pulled beef and coleslaw sandwiches speak for themselves . . . The meat is slow cooked and then easily shredded using two forks. I’ve chosen a tart, more acidic coleslaw, which helps cut the heaviness of the fatty meat. Beyond that, you can...
The kosher cookbook market continues to flourish, and it can be difficult to know which cookbooks are the right match for each home cook. We all have our own strengths and weaknesses in the kitchen; some like to try varied international cuisines, while ot...
I didn’t create this one—it’s my friend Rishe’s signature dish, and it could easily be renamed Best Ever Soup. It certainly has my vote! In fact, pretty much everyone who has tried it raves about it. I knew I had to share the recipe with you, and Rishe gr...
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