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Simply Smokey Shabbat Menu
Jamie Geller for The Joy of Kosher
This week we want to infuse a bit of smoke into the flavorful stew, perfect for a chicken that can be made ahead and reheated as needed, this is an easy, simple menu you can make this Shabbat.
- Mixed Greens, Mango and Pecan Salad
- Smokey Chicken and Sausage Stew
- Jamie's Broccoli Kugel
- Apple Macadamia Nut Crisp
10 Unique Hamantaschen for Purim
This article is featured in Jvillage Network's Purim Guide. For more articles, recipes, crafts, and ideas, visit here.
Who doesn’t like Purim hamantaschen? Fools, and diabetics perhaps. The soft, triangular cookie is traditionally stuffed with poppyseed, prune or jam, but there is certainly no need to stick with tradition. Not this year! I’ve got everything from Halva to Savory Caramelized Onion to even Hamantaschen Bagels to step up your game.
Mint Chocolate Hamantaschen Red Velvet Hamantaschen Heart Shaped White Chocolate Cherry Hamantaschen Chocolate Dipped Hamantaschen Savory Caramelized Onion Hamantaschen Hamantaschen Tarts Manischewitz Hamantaschen Neapolitan Hamantaschen Poppy Seed Hamantaschen Bagels Halva Hamantaschen Irish Car Bomb Hamantaschen
Iranian Eggplant and Chickpeas Stew
This recipe is featured in Jvillage Network's Purim Guide. For more articles, recipes, crafts, and ideas, visit here.
This is the perfect festive dinner. It is absolutely AMAZING. It’s my favorite dish. The texture of the eggplant and chickpeas go so well together, and the sweetness of the dates and apricots blend perfectly with the cumin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and turmeric. Just thinking about it makes me smile. Eggplants protect the brain by fighting free radicals, and chickpeas help lower risk of colon problems.
Persian-Inspired Stuffed Peppers Recipe
By LeAnne Shor for The Nosher on MyJewishLearning
A comforting dinner easy enough for weeknights and special enough for Shabbat too.
I love finding the commonalities among different global cuisines, and it seems that every culture has their own version of stuffed vegetables. Each tradition has variations of spices and stuffings, but the idea is always the same: They are the kind of cozy, home-cooked recipes that remind me of the grandmas and aunts who have big tables, open doors, and warm hearts.
Kim Kushner’s ‘I Heart Kosher’ Will Have You Loving Kosher, Too
By Jessica Halfin for Hadassah Magazine
There was a time not too long ago when food-based, aspirational lifestyle brands were reserved for non-Jewish women like Martha Stewart, famous for her empire of domestic perfection. There was no place in that world, it seemed, for the modern Jewish woman who wasn’t looking to find the perfect glaze for a Sunday ham.
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