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Miriam Szokovski

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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.
Classic Israeli Egg Dish
Shakshuka is the perfect thing to make when you want something fresh and relatively quick that you can make with ingredients you probably already have in the house. Best of all, it works for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and if you're having company on sho...
Although I do not understand (or condone) the practice, it seems commonplace to call banana cake “bread” when it’s baked in a loaf pan, but “cake” when it’s in any other shape. You could go so far as to call it one of my pet peeves, along with calling any...
Meatball Ingredients 1 lb. (450 grams) ground white turkey ½ tsp. dried oregano ¼ cup chopped fresh parsley 2 eggs ½ tsp. kosher salt ⅔ cup plain breadcrumbs ⅔ cup water Meatball Directions Make the sauce first. While it is simmering, prepare the meatball...
This recipe combines two elements of traditional Chanukah food—cheese and oil. The oil aspect is better known, but it is also customary to eat dairy foods on Chanukah, in commemoration of the bravery of Yehudit. Click here to read the story of this brave ...
If you're a potato purist, stick with traditional potato latkes. If you're ready for adventure, try these rich pastrami-studded latkes. The spicy horseradish sauce really kicks it up a notch. Latke Ingredients 4 eggs 1 tbsp. kosher salt (less if you are u...
If you’re not familiar with the term galette, it generally refers to round, flat, freeform pastries, either sweet or savory. A sweet galette is generally filled with fresh fruit like apples, peaches, or berries. The pastry is crisp and flaky, the center s...
I won’t be one to say “never use jarred marinara again!” but I will suggest making your own if that’s going to be the hero or the main flavor of the dish. So if you’re layering it in a lasagna or using it in baked ziti, go ahead, use the jarred stuff. But...
I've never been big on basil, but I recently had a fabulous salad with a basil dressing that changed my mind. You can use this on pretty much any salad, but it goes very well with delicate mixed greens and simple vegetables. It would also be perfect on an...
If you haven't tried black rice before, don't be scared. It's good stuff. More similar in taste and texture to wild rice than to either brown or white rice. You can also try it in this warm fall salad I made a couple of years ago, which is still a favorit...
Who doesn't love a full meal in one pan? It's especially helpful on Sukkot, when you can use a nice oven-to-table baking dish and bring the entire meal to the Sukkah in a single trip. Ingredients 12 chicken drumsticks 2 large tomatoes 1 large Spanish onio...
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