Recipe made by: Avichai Ozur Bass Based on Ozlem’s Turkish table (http://ozlemsturkishtable.com/2012/02/simit-sesame-encrusted-bread-rings/) Simit, pronounced “see- meet,” is a Turkish bread which is essentially a lighter, fluffier cross between a bagel and a soft pretzel. In Turkey and some former parts of the Ottoman empire, they’re sold on every street corner, and they’re what you buy … Continue reading A Turkish delight (this recipe is not for Turkish delight)
Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr I can't really explain how I thought of this recipe; it just came to me. But once I thought of it, I was off to the races thinking about how exactly to make my vision a reality. When the dust had settled, I had made maybe the craziest thing I've made all … Continue reading “You’re killing me Smalls! These are s’mores stuff!”
Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr (with help from Mom!) Charoset: What would us maror haters do without you when making our Hillel sandwich? And what would us autumnal flavor lovers eat as a Pesach snack if not for you? Hopefully, you're now convinced that Charoset is as essential to the holiday as is any other food on the seder … Continue reading This is definitely what ancient Egyptian mortar looked liked
Recipe inspired by: http://picky-palate.com/2014/11/26/edible-eggless-cookie-dough/ Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr, Miranda Kalish Anyone who says that they've never licked the spoon while baking is one of two things: a liar or a person who has never experienced fun. Fighting with my brother for the dough and batter inevitably left in the bowl when baking with our parents is … Continue reading Rollin in the dough
Clockwise, from top middle: Sweet potato marshmallow, Smores, Apple peanut butter, Coconut, Lemon apricot, Pumpkin pie, Lemon raspberry, Bananas foster Spoiler alert: This post calls out certain myths about the origins of Hamantashen. Do not show to children under 8. Recipe inspired by: http://toriavey.com/toris-kitchen/2012/03/dairy-free-hamantaschen/ Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr, Miranda Kalish Oh, Hamantashen. Everybody's favorite inherently … Continue reading Are they still Hamantashen even if they’re not triangular?
Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr, Miranda Kalish It's hard to say what the most known Jewish food is, but latkes are definitely up there. And as the winter holiday season has gained even more prominence through social media, latkes have definitely risen up the ranks of the public consciousness. As such, there are now many … Continue reading Lots of Latkes
Recipe inspired by: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35mjWvDBW6o Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr, Aaron Wildavsky, Zimi Sloyer, Talia Menche I think anyone who's ever had garlic bread will tell you that their life was changed forever when they first had garlic bread with cheese. There's just something about the distinct nuttiness of cheesy flavor that is a perfect complement to … Continue reading Say Cheese (and Garlic)!