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Nutella Filling

Nutella Filling for Hamantaschen

Use Nutella as a simple hamantaschen filling for Purim, straight from the jar. The easiest filling for hamantaschen, always a hit! Kosher, Dairy. Read More

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Lekvar Plum Butter – Prune Filling for Hamantaschen

Recipe for lekvar – plum butter, can be used as a filling for hamantaschen or any cookie or pastry. Thick filling, will not run. Kosher, Pareve. Read More

Apricot Hamantaschen

Lekvar Apricot Butter – Apricot Filling for Hamantaschen

Recipe for lekvar – apricot butter, can be used as filling for hamantaschen or any cookie or pastry. Thick filling, will not run. Kosher, Pareve. Read More

Poppy Seed Hamantaschen

Poppy Seed Filling for Hamantaschen

Recipe for mohn – poppy seed filling for hamantaschen, or any cookie or pastry. Thick rich and creamy filling, similar to Solo. Kosher, Pareve. Read More

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Rabbi Olitzky’s Chocolate Cream Cheese Hamantaschen

Learn to make hamantaschen with chocolate cream cheese filling from a rabbi’s family recipe. Kosher, Dairy, pareve dough. Read More

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Mooshi’s Cooked Eggplant Salad

Healthy vegan cooked salad recipe from Israel with eggplant, peppers and tomato sauce. Kosher, Pareve, vegetarian, diet friendly, gluten free. Read More

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Baking Workshop at Sur La Table – Chocolate Sandwich Cookies

Chocolate… lots and lots of glorious chocolate. Taking a chocolate cooking class at Sur La Table. Read More

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Roasted Beet Salad with Mint

Salad made with roasted beets, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, cumin, sugar, salt and fresh chopped mint. Healthy, vegan, gluten free, kosher Read More

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How to Roast Beets

Learn a simple process for roasting beets in the oven, peeling and prepping roasted beets. Step-by-step photos, tutorial, cooking how to. Read More

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Easy No-Bake Chocolate Matzo Cake

This fun and easy no-bake “cake” was invented because of the Passover restriction on leavening agents, which makes baking tough. It only has three ingredients, and it takes about 10 minutes to prepare. It requires no baking because it sets … Read More

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Roasted Pepper Salad

A colorful vegan salad with bell peppers, olive oil, garlic, and salt. Simple and addicting side dish. Vegan, Gluten Free, Kosher, Pareve. Read More

Roasted Bell Peppers on Grill

How to Roast Bell Peppers

4 easy methods to make soft, smoky roasted bell peppers – with your oven or broiler, gas stovetop, grill or open flame. Seeding, peeling, tutorial. Read More

Creamy Israeli Salad with Dill

Creamy Israeli Salad with Dill

A creamy twist on Israeli Salad with Persian cucumbers, tomatoes, chickpeas, Greek yogurt, lowfat sour cream, fresh dill, and lemon juice. Read More

Heirloom Israeli Salad

Heirloom Israeli Salad

Recipe for Israeli Salad with heirloom tomatoes, kalamata olives, fresh parsley, olive oil, and lemon juice. Kosher, Pareve, Gluten Free, Vegan Read More

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Sandra’s Mexican Israeli Salad

A recipe for Israeli Salad made Mexican style with cucumbers, tomatoes, lime juice, shredded lettuce, cilantro, onion & salt. Vegan Pareve Kosher Read More

Israeli Salad with Feta and Mint

Israeli Salad With Feta and Mint

Israeli Salad dressed up with feta cheese, fresh mint, sweet bell peppers, olive oil, lemon, and cinnamon. Kosher, Dairy, Vegetarian, Side Dish Read More

Israeli Salad

Israeli Salad

This salad recipe from Israel is versatile and tasty. Persian cucumbers, tomatoes, parsley, olive oil, lemon juice, onion. Vegan, kosher, pareve Read More

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Matzo Brei

Learn to make Matzo Brei, an Ashkenazi Passover breakfast dish with matzo, eggs, applesauce and sour cream. Kosher, Dairy, Deli Favorites. Read More

Tahini Sauce

Tahini Sauce

Learn to make authentic tahini sauce from sesame paste, lemon, garlic, water and salt. Easy recipe, all you need is a blender. Kosher, Pareve. Read More

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The Levin Family—Polish Ashkenazi Food and Traditions (Part 2)

The Shiksa in the Kitchen explores Jewish food history in an old family memoir belonging to an Ashkenazi family from the Pinsk region of Poland. Read More