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Eggplant is an often under-appreciated vegetable. I go back and forth on it myself, but here it makes a great base for a pile of my favorite Middle Eastern flavors: tahini, silan, pomegranate, feta, and parsley. And it’s bright and eye-catching to boot! V...
Rabbi Yosef, the Talmud relates, would celebrate Shavuot, the Festival of the Giving of the Torah, with a unique banquet. The puzzling statement he said in connection with the feast is the subject of this class. Probing the layers of the Sage’s words reve...
Though not the majority opinion, there is an important school of thought that perceives the five days following Shavuot as an organic continuation of the holiday – a curious prolongation of hallowed time not found anywhere else in our Jewish calendar. The...
Yields: One 8-inch cake, 12 servings Meringue Ingredients 4 large egg whites, at room temperature one hour ⅔ cup sugar ⅔ cup confectioners' sugar Mousse Ingredients 8 ounces white chocolate broken into 1-inch pieces 5 large egg yolks 1½ cups whipping crea...
I truly love cheesecake, especially New York style, made only with cream cheese. These minis are lower in sugar than most cheesecakes, and they are gluten-free if you use gluten-free oat flour for the crust. Ricotta cheese pumps up the calcium content. I ...
This is a dish that my husband, Andy, and I absolutely loved eating while living in Geneva, Switzerland-fried eggplant slices stirred into penne pasta with a garlicky tomato sauce and then covered in cheese and baked. Here is my healthier version using ba...
Serves: 8 Prep time: 15 minutes Advance prep: Dressing may be made 2 days in advance; salad may be made 1 day in advance Ingredients ⅔ cup (165ml) mayonnaise 2 cloves garlic, crushed Juice of ½ lemon ½ teaspoon teriyaki or soy sauce (optional) 2 tablespoo...
Associating dairy-delicacies with the annual celebratory observance of Matan Torah (giving of the Torah) seems as natural as blintzes and sour cream; yet the origins of this near ubiquitous custom appear artificial and even contradictory to the mandated h...
This salad is packed with Mediterranean flavors and nutrient-dense ingredients. It packs up well for workday lunches, makes a refreshing dinner for hot summer days, and works well for Shavuot. You can leave out or replace most of the add-ins to suit your ...
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