Tag: Jewish Cuisine

Thirteen-year-old Sender Glasser, who speaks Yiddish at home, made a video demonstrating how to bake baklava in his mother tongue, despite it not being part of his Eastern European heritage.
The text provides a recipe for Southern fried crunchy chicken served as a burger, but notes that the crispy coating can be used for any cut-up chicken pieces.
This recipe for a green freekeh salad with peas and beans emphasizes the importance of balancing the ratio of grains to vegetables while incorporating various herbs and pickled green chilies for flavor.
This recipe is for Asian veggie noodle wraps that are suitable for a picnic or Shabbat lunch.
The article provides a recipe for a vibrant and flavorful salad featuring rainbow tomatoes, chickpeas, and haloumi, suitable for a summer meal.
This recipe for Grilled Sesame Chicken by Sima Kazarnovsky offers a simple and flavorful marinade using ingredients like mayonnaise, sesame oil, honey, lemon juice, and sesame seeds to keep chicken juicy and add a nutty taste.
This recipe for Low and Slow Beef Cheeks by Michal Frischman aims to recreate the flavors of barbecue brisket without a smoker, utilizing low and slow cooking on a grill.
As the heat persists, consider trying these nine simple and delicious ice cream recipes to stay cool.
This recipe describes a haloumi and elderflower summer salad that combines sweet and salty flavors with a mustardy vinaigrette.
This recipe details how to make an Eton Mess cake, a light and summery dessert that combines strawberries, whipped cream, crushed meringues, and jam in a moist and airy sponge cake.
This recipe introduces gluten-free halloumi fries that are easy to make with just five ingredients.
This article highlights the joys of outdoor cooking and entertaining, particularly in the summer months.
The author reflects on the disappointment of her cookbook, "Portico," not winning a James Beard Media Award despite high hopes and extensive efforts.
The recipe provided is for lamb and hummus pita pockets known as Arayes, a dish made by filling halved pita bread with seasoned lamb mince and either tahini or hummus, then frying and baking until crisp.
The New York Times has highlighted 11 Jewish sandwiches that define NYC's culinary scene, showcasing a variety of iconic and innovative creations.
The recipe includes honey garlic roasted chicken and miso glazed carrots.
Renowned author Joan Nathan discusses her latest book "My Life in Recipes: Food, Family, and Memories," focusing on her long career bringing Jewish cooking to homes worldwide through TV shows and cookbooks.
The newsletter shares personal reflections on parenting milestones and the joys of summer with family.
Jeremy Salamon, a Jewish chef in Brooklyn, draws inspiration from his Hungarian-Jewish grandma, Agi, a Holocaust survivor, serving her comfort foods like palacsinta at his restaurant, Agis Counter.
This recipe features an all-in-one dish of baked orzo with feta, tomatoes, and olives, inspired by the Green Roasting Tin cookbook.
This text features a collection of brief culinary and lifestyle tips shared by different individuals.
A YouTube video featuring a homemade Cinnamon Rolls recipe perfect for Shavuot, showcasing fluffy, gooey rolls with cream cheese frosting, described as the best tasting with soft dough and a delicious filling.
The Israeli crumb cheesecake is a simple and elegant dessert perfect for entertaining, requiring advance preparation.
Cottage cheese, a long-standing Jewish staple, plays a significant role in Shavuot recipes due to its dairy nature symbolizing the nourishing aspect of the Torah.
Omer Wenkert is known for his Cloud cheesecake recipe, which reflects his dream of opening a restaurant and his caring nature towards employees and teenagers he volunteers with.