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Making hummus isn’t too hard, but it’s not all about having the right recipe. Our simple recipe for traditional homemade hummus, comes with a little of our hummus-philosophy. Continue reading “Real Hummus recipe by Uzi Moses”
1 cup leftover chicken
1 medium head of romaine lettuce, chopped
1 small jar of hearts of palm, rinsed and sliced into 1/2-inch pieces
1 can olives, rinsed
3 green onions, sliced diagonally into ½-inch pieces
1 medium basket strawberries, sliced
Continue reading “Strawberry Chicken Salad”
Nonstick cooking spray
1 whole chicken, 3-4 pounds (see quick tip)
1/2 cup balsamic vinegar
3 garlic cloves, minced
1/4 cup honey
1/8 cup mustard
1/8 cup olive oil
Salt and Pepper Continue reading “Butterflied Balsamic Chicken”
This is a recipe that I have adapted over the years. The origin is Sephardic and although our family is Ashkenazi, I think this is much more flavorful and interesting than the apple walnut and wine version. Our tradition is to form the Haroset into the shape of a pyramid and place it in the center of our Seder table. I place two small olive wood camels on the plate next to the pyramid.
3 cups dates, diced
1/2 cups almond, coarsely chopped
1 1/2 cups apples, peeled and diced
3/4 cup sweet concord wine
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 cup shelled pistachio nuts
1/2 cup yellow raisins, slightly pulverized in Cuisinart
1 orange, peeled and diced
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
Combine all ingredients and blend well. Shape into pyramid.
Traveling to New York City in February may not be ideal but there is this internal “tug” that draws us to visit “the children” no matter where they are. Of course, my children are no longer children, but adults. Yet, they still have birthdays and that is as good a reason as any to visit. Two of my children now live in NYC, the city of my birth. My youngest is in Israel and though I have not yet visited him, I spend many hours contemplating that trip. So, what do you do when you go see your children in the dead of winter and know that your visit will span Shabbat? You plan to make cholent. Continue reading “Tasty Cholent Recipe by Irene Saiger…”
This is a recipe that I learned over 33 years ago from my mother-in-law Lillian Saiger who lives in Toronto, Canada. The original recipe came from a very popular Canadian cookbook but Lillian adapted it to suit her tastes and I still think it makes great Hamantaschen.