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Sukkot: (lit. “booths”); festival of seven days (eight in the Diaspora) beginning on 15 Tishrei, taking its name from the temporary dwelling (sukkah) in which one lives during this period; this festival is marked for its special joy (“zeman simchateinu”—“time of our rejoicing”) and by the mitzvah of the four species
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...
Stuffed cabbage is traditional on Simchat Torah, but sometimes you just want the lazy version... This version is savory, but if you're looking for a sweet one, you can add half a cup of brown sugar to this and that should do it. Ingredients 1 large onion ...
A good (and substantially cheaper) substitute for first-cut brisket is a cut often labeled "top of the rib roast." It should look similar to a first-cut brisket (flat and thin) and if you're unsure, check with your butcher, since many butchers label cuts ...
A Healthier Version of the Classic
Stuffed cabbage (also called cabbage rolls), is a Simchat Torah classic. Read more about the origin of that tradition here. Many recipes are heavy on the sweetness, and my goal here was to create a version that is more savory, but still flavorful, and wit...
Warm Soup for Sukkot
Let this show-stopper adorn your Shavuot table.
As I put together the list of meat recipes for this book, tester after tester requested more recipes for London broil. That makes sense because it’s very accessible, not too large or expensive, and if prepared well, it’s delicious. I like to have my butch...
There are two kreplach “occasions” coming up—Yom Kippur and Hoshana Rabbah. What exactly are kreplach? Boiled or fried pockets of dough stuffed with either meat or chicken, usually served in chicken soup. The meat symbolizes severity; the dough is an allu...
Noodle kugel is a staple at many an Ashkenazi Shabbat table. Some prefer the sweet raisin kugel, but I prefer a savory onion one.
It doesn't get stickier, richer or more delicious than this. Slow cooked beef ribs infused with deep figs, red wine and a touch of rosemary. The neighbors will come knocking! Serves: 4 to 6 Ingredients 5 pounds beef spare ribs ½ cup honey ½ cup ketchup or...
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