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Miriam Szokovski

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Miriam Szokovski is a writer, editor, and author of the historical novel Exiled Down Under. She is a member of the Chabad.org editorial team and also shares her cooking and baking on Chabad.org/food.
Ingredients 1 onion, finely diced 1 leek, washed and sliced 2 celery stalks, finely chopped 2 carrots, cut into half or quarter rounds 2 tbsp olive oil 1 tsp kosher salt 1 cup cubed butternut squash 3 cloves garlic, sliced ½ tsp turmeric ½ tsp basil ½ tsp...
Kosher for Passover & Gluten Free
Ingredients 4 large Spanish onions 1 lb. ground beef 2 large loose carrots (or 4-5 bagged ones) 1 large parsnip 2 small yellow onions. ¼ cup olive oil Salt Directions Peel the Spanish onions and keep whole. Make one slit in each onion from the outside to ...
Ingredients 2 cups boiling water 2 cups cold water ⅔ cup sugar ⅔ cup fresh lemon juice Directions Dissolve the sugar in 2 cups boiling water. Add the cold water and refrigerate until completely cool. Add the lemon juice and stir well. Taste and adjust as ...
Kosher for Passover
This is a quick and refreshing salad that lends itself well to Passover, particularly for those who use limited ingredients, but it also works at any time of year. It is quite acidic, so keep that in mind. You can use lemon juice instead of lime if you mu...
Australia’s Jewish community is uniquely cohesive and traditional.
Coleslaw is not something you technically need a recipe for - you can wing it, taste, adjust, repeat, until you get the result you want. But if you’re looking for a ratio, here’s one you can use with confidence. Why have I put chopped pickles in mine? (Ye...
If making individual hamantaschen is too fiddly and time consuming for you, try this giant hamantasch galette instead. If you’re not familiar with the term galette, it generally refers to round, flat, freeform pastries, either sweet or savory. A sweet gal...
If you grew up with shlishkes, you know what they are: buttery morsels of potatoey deliciousness! If you’re unfamiliar, they’re soft potato dumplings rolled in toasted breadcrumbs, popular with Ashkenazi Jews of Hungarian descent. This is definitely a rec...
a twist on the original
Sabich is falafel’s younger, less well known cousin—a popular pita sandwich in Israel, brought there by Iraqi immigrants. The warm pita is stuffed with slices of hard boiled egg, soft fried eggplant, Israeli salad, pickles, hummus, tahini, and amba—a savo...
Sabich is falafel’s younger, less well known cousin—a popular pita sandwich in Israel, brought there by Iraqi immigrants. The warm pita is stuffed with slices of hard boiled egg, soft fried eggplant, Israeli salad, pickles, hummus, tahini, and amba—a savo...
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