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Miriam Szokovski

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I’m celebrating quite a milestone on the blog this week—it’s my three-year blogiversary! Three years of dreaming up, creating, adjusting, photographing and sharing all kinds of enticing recipes, with lots of great feedback from all of you. In honor of the...
Dear Friend, We’ve kindled the last Chanukah candle, fried the last latke, eaten the last doughnut, played the last round of dreidel and distributed the last Chanukah gelt. Soon our menorahs will be polished and put away for next year, and if we aren’t ca...
This is one of my favorite winter recipes—perfect for those cold nights when you want a hot meal on the table with minimal time and effort. All you need is a good pot (or a deep frying pan with a cover) and some basic household ingredients. If you’re real...
Step 1: Make the Glaze If you want to make colorful glazes, make the white glaze and then divide into separate bowls. Add a few drops of food coloring to each bowl, in the colors of your choice. Classic White Glaze 1 cup confectioners sugar 1 tsp. vanilla...
1. Traditional Potato Latkes Is it Chanukah without ’em? 2. Butternut Squash Sweet Potato Latkes Add some color and flavor with these delicious ones. 3. Vegetable Latkes I can hardly claim these are healthy, because at the end of the day they are fried, b...
Of course you need a good, fluffy dough, but let’s face it—a huge part of doughnuts is the decorating. There’s good old powdered sugar, but there are also all kinds of glazes, sprinkles and other toppings.
Ooey, gooey, yummy, cheesy . . . does it get any better than breaded, fried, melty mozzarella cheese? This recipe combines two elements of traditional Chanukah food—cheese and oil. Why oil? After winning the war against the Syrians, the Maccabees returned...
This is my new favorite lunch. Crunchy green beans and fresh corn with roasted (or fresh) red peppers and my signature yellow dressing. You can prep it in individual containers at the beginning of the week; just store the dressing in a separate small cont...
It’s apple season, which means it’s prime time for all kinds of apple desserts, like this apple pie. I used sweet red apples, but if you prefer a more tart apple pie, you can definitely use green ones. Because we’re using a premade crust, that definitely ...
Kugel is one of those traditional Ashkenazic dishes which makes some people roll their eyes, but without which others can’t imagine a holiday or Shabbat meal. Sweet noodle kugel with raisins is quite popular, and this one is easy. Ingredients: 12 oz. medi...
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