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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.
Horseradish and gefilte fish are a quintessential coupling: the heat of the horseradish with the sweet fish balls ... Now you can make it at home. We've got you covered with this Homemade Gefilte Fish recipe too. Ingredients ½ lb. raw beets ½ lb. raw hors...
Tips & Recipes for Coronavirus Cooking
There’s no question that Passover this year looks very different from usual for most of us. You may be staying home, doing a Seder alone or just with immediate family for the first time. You may have never shopped, cooked, and prepared your kitchen for Pa...
It’s an evolving, ongoing conversation, but it’s important to start now.
For Pandemic Times
With so much uncertainty and anxiety in the world right now, as things evolve hour by hour, I think it’s fair to say all of us are feeling unsettled to some degree or another. I, for one, have done a fair bit of panicking (some of which somehow resulted i...
Whether you’re in official quarantine or social distancing to stay safe, your Shabbat may look very different from usual this week.
Having a festive meal is one of the four mitzvahs of Purim. Traditionally, this meal begins before sundown on Purim day and lasts well into the evening. The table should be festively bedecked with a nice tablecloth and candles, and we wash for bread or ch...
‘Lekvár’ refers to thick fruit butter, and when it comes to hamantaschen it typically refers to the prune filling (and sometimes apricot—although it is nothing like the more familiar store-bought apricot jams). Unsurprisingly, it is eastern European in or...
On Tu B’Shevat (the New Year for trees) it’s customary to eat fruit—particularly the seven species for which Israel is praised: wheat, barley, figs, dates, grapes, olives, pomegranates. This recipe is a way to incorporate some of those fruits into a full ...
Morrocan-Israeli Tomato Pepper Salad
Ingredients 2 small-medium onions, sliced in quarter rounds ¼ cup olive oil 1 red bell pepper, diced 1 green bell pepper, diced 2 red chili peppers, sliced, seeds included 6-8 garlic cloves, sliced 4 large soft tomatoes, diced 1 15-oz. can of tomato sauce...
Golden crepes filled with creamy mashed potato
Blintz Batter Ingredients 4 eggs ½ cup milk (dairy or non-dairy) ½ cup water 1 tsp. kosher salt 1 tbsp. oil 1 cup all-purpose flour Non-stick spray for frying Blintz Filling Ingredients 1½ lbs. (700 grams) Yukon gold potatoes 1 large onion 1-2 tbsp. oil K...
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