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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.
I know “the only lasagna recipe you’ll ever need” is a tall claim, but it has been unanimously voted best lasagna by everyone who’s tried it, including about 40 people last Shavuot, so I’m sticking with it. It does have more steps than a lot of other reci...
The holiday of Shavuot is almost upon us, when we celebrate the giving of the Torah by hearing the Ten Commandments being read in the synagogue. Some of the customs specific to this holiday include decorating our homes with greenery and eating dairy foods...
For the Salad 1 big bunch kale 1 large sweet potato, cubed 1 red pepper, sliced ¼ cup sunflower seeds (roasted, salted) ¼ cup dried cranberries ¼ cup crumbled feta cheese (optional) Preheat oven to 450° F. Spread the cubed sweet potato out on a sheet pan....
So far I've done good old fluffy plain challah, whole wheat challah, gluten free challah, and sweet raisin challah, but this is the one I've been really holding out for: whole spelt challah which happens to also be egg free and therefore suitable for vega...
This recipe is so simple I almost didn't post it, but it's such a Pesach classic in so many Chabad homes that I think it's worth a share. Many communities, including Chabad, have the custom of not eating wetted matzah on the first seven days of Passover. ...
Towards the end of Passover last year, we'd had our fill of lemon juice/salt/olive oil dressed salads, but it is the Chabad custom to avoid garlic and ginger on Passover, as well as most processed products including vinegars. Soy sauce and mustard are out...
If the humble coconut macaroon isn’t the most iconic Passover treat, I don’t know what is! Chabad custom is to buy minimal processed foods for Passover, which means make-it-yourself is the name of the game. This is a simple homemade version, not quite lik...
If you prefer a more traditional dumpling, try my chicken pot stickers, but if you’re feeling adventurous (or vegan/vegetarian), these are a wonderful alternative. I’ve used ready-made wonton wrappers for the dough on these, but if you have time, I’ve inc...
Purim is next week, and one of the four mitzvahs of the day is to have a festive meal. No need to go all-out for a brisket. London broil, when prepared correctly, also goes over well. London broil must be cooked medium-rare, medium at the very most. Any m...
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