Shabbat

recipe
Sesame Chicken with Cashews and Dates

In the classic Taiwanese dish, three cups chicken, a sauce of toasted sesame oil, dark soy sauce, and honeyed rice wine give morsels of chicken and scallions an extraordinary depth of flavor,...

3/15/2017
recipe
Sage Kitchen’s Spiced Israeli Couscous

We love this recipe all year round but it’s never more appropriate than on Tu B’Shvat. The mix of dried fruits and nuts gives a great texture to the couscous but more importantly fulfills a...

2/8/2017
recipe
Chicken Fesenjan with Walnuts and Pomegranate Syrup

This very famous Persian dish is considered a festive dish served for important occasions. Its importance has something to do with the amount of walnuts used to make the rich, flavorful sauce....

2/8/2017
recipe
Baked Chicken with Barley

This classic Bulgarian Shabbat dish is delicious, comforting, and very easy to make.

2/8/2017
recipe
Seven Species Challah

To celebrate tradition this Tu b’Shevat, I created the Seven Species Challah, which includes all seven species, including the two missing from the traditional Tu b’Shevat plate: wheat and barley....

2/6/2017
recipe
Vegan Challah

(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
recipe
Molly Yeh’s Scallion Pancake Challah

There’s a not-so-funny joke that goes, “A man walks into a Chinese restaurant and says to the waiter, ‘Excuse me sir, but are there any Chinese Jews?’ To which the waiter replies, ‘No, sir, we...

12/20/2016
recipe
Molly Yeh's Chocolate Tahini Cake with Tahini Frosting
Not many things in life are better than a rich, moist chocolate cake covered in buttercream and doled out with birthday songs and birthday wishes. But as my old timpani teacher used to say, “If it...
12/20/2016