To cooks who are tired of cooking summer’s annual superfluity of squash, we say: Don’t.
Give these delicious seasonal oddities some ethnic flavor by turning them into gribenes toasts.
Make Cookie Love author Mindy Segal’s strawberry rhubarb rugelach with oatmeal streusel.
For Shavuot, try a fish recipe plucked from the JCC of Manhattan's new cookbook.
A dessert kugel doesn't have to be sickly sweet: Add blueberries and a Meyer lemon glaze.
Dahlia Abraham-Klein tried to write a 'challah book that's really a Torah book.'
On Shavuot, the only holiday that gives dairy pride of place at the table, take it to the limit with tres leches cake.
Rosemary-spelt bread makes a delectable stuffing mixed with hazelnuts, apples and dried cranberries
In a barley soup, mushrooms make an infallible substitute for meat if you’re craving a dollop of sour cream.
Secret ingredients for the dumplings: baking powder and whipped egg whites. Shhhh …
The winemaking Morgans share their Mediterranean lifestyle, and a Passover recipe.
A clergy couple (who met at JTS) offers a vegetarian menu for the Passover feast.
The Amazonian nut named for the author’s native country makes a perfect flourless cake.
'Eating Delancey' -- the reminiscences-with-recipes celebration of the LES -- schools you in the art of potato pancakes, and other delights.
Yeah, it's a little gross, but our new old school pastrami-spiced sandwich is delicious.
Dukkah's got spices, seeds, salt and nuts, and it'll take everything from chicken to dressing to soup to another level.
Hungary’s Dobos torte inspired a Jewish baker to create a cake beloved by New Orleans.
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