Recipes

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Quinoa and red lentils cook in the same amount of time, right in the same saucepan, making these burgers super convenient.

1/11/2017
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Paella is a Spanish pilaf traditionally made with white rice and seafood. We’ll do away with the seafood here, of course, and since we’re dispensing with tradition, let’s do away with white rice...

1/11/2017
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(The Nosher via JTA) - One of the first Jewish foods I remember eating is challah. I associate challah with mingling at bar and bat mitzvahs, a glass of grape juice in hand and a chunk of bread...

1/10/2017
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I was the only person in Miss Duckler’s kindergarten class without a sibling. I had wished so long for a sister. But I had also wished on a star for a Baby Alive doll, and that never came true. So...

1/5/2017
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Every grandmother makes these roulades, and that is why there are so many versions of them. This one (or something like it) can be found in any self-respecting Moroccan household. The dough calls...

1/4/2017
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The name says it all: a soft marble cake. Insanely so. The softness is achieved by the whipped eggs (don’t worry—whole eggs, no need to separate); the moistness comes from the oil and the orange...

1/4/2017
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A sweet memory from my dad’s childhood in Jerusalem, this dessert is usually served in a large Pyrex pan, cut into squares (like the Bavarian cream) and garnished with peanuts and lots of cinnamon...

1/4/2017
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A collection of ten of our best dessert recipes from the past year. Some, like the Devil’s Food Cake and the Chocolate Angel Pie are showstoppers, while others, like the brownies, are perfect for...

12/29/2016
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'Tis the season for roundups, and we have reviewed the recipes we published in 2016 and are happy to share the ten most popular. From meaty bourekas to quinioa patties, these are the dishes most...

12/29/2016