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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 2 lb large carrots Handful of loosely packed herbs (any combination of cilantro, parsley, dill, mint) 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil ¼ cup lemon juice 1 tsp kosher salt 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1 tsp sumac 1 tsp cumin ½ tsp coriander ½ tsp swee...
Ingredients 2 lb cooked beets (you can use the pre-cooked vacuum packed ones) ½ small onion, finely diced ¼ cup loosely packed chopped dill 2 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp lemon juice 1 tsp kosher salt Directions Cut the beets in the size and shape of your choice...
This salad is fresh and tart and combines a number of the symbolic Rosh Hashanah foods—called simanim. We try to eat sweet foods to symbolize our wish for a good, sweet year ahead, such as the traditional apple and honey. It is also customary to eat foods...
A delicious pilaf using many of the symbolic Jewish New Year foods
This recipe combines a number of the symbolic Rosh Hashanah foods—called simanim—into a cohesive and exciting side dish. Carrots, leeks, black-eyed peas, dates and pomegranate seeds all find their place here. Add some fresh herbs and spices, and you have ...
An Italian Jewish Cookie Studded with Fruit and Nuts
Pizza Ebraica (“Jewish pizza”) is an Italian Jewish pastry, filled with nuts, raisins, and other candied fruit. It might look like I left it in the oven too long, but that’s actually one of its distinctive features—it’s dark, almost charred, outside. The ...
This recipe is great for the nine days, when we avoid meat and chicken, especially if you have dairy allergies or sensitivities in the family. If you’re looking to make it more filling, you could serve it with rice and roasted chickpeas. If you’re okay wi...
It’s summer, it’s hot, you’re looking for some good cold (but filling) options for Shabbat lunch or Seudat Shelishit … Wraps are so versatile. You can use cold cuts inside, or leftover chicken, or keep them pareve with egg salad or tuna. If you buy or mak...
Ingredients 1 ⅓ cups milk (dairy or non-dairy) 2 tbsp tahini 2-3 tbsp carob powder (start with 2, taste, add more if desired) 1 frozen banana Pinch of salt Directions Blend all ingredients. Add ice if desired. Pour into a glass, sprinkle more carob powder...
Golden crepes stuffed a creamy sweet cheese filling
Cheese blintzes are an Eastern European Ashkenazi favorite, and with good reason - they are delicious! They are a bit fiddly and time consuming to make, so I save them for special occasions (and Shavuot, of course). Crepe Ingredients 8 eggs ⅔ cup sugar 1 ...
How does water challah differ from traditional challah? Water challah is lighter, less dense, and not at all sweet. It typically contains no egg or sweetener (save a tiny bit to help the yeast do its job). People love it for its crunchy exterior and savor...
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