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Challah

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Challah

0 of 5 25 Minutes 7-8 challot

The most holy of the Jewish breads, challah is traditionally eaten on the Sabbath. Very cakey, very delicious.Read more

Citrus-Cured Salmon Avocado Tartare

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Citrus-Cured Salmon Avocado Tartare

0 of 5 1 quart

Served spooned on thin slices of English cucumber or red radish, this recipe makes for a refreshing appetizer or hors d’oeuvre.  Simple to prepare, but extraordinary to savor.Read more

Grilled Pineapple Relish

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Grilled Pineapple Relish

0 of 5 6 Minutes 8 servings

As a side dish or a building block for other great recipes.Read more

Honey-Whole Wheat Challah

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Honey-Whole Wheat Challah

0 of 5 25 Minutes 8 challot

A healthier twist on my classic Challah, this recipe uses 50% whole wheat flour and very little refined white sugar.Read more

Stuffed Dates with Goat Cheese

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Stuffed Dates with Goat Cheese

0 of 5 5 Minutes Makes 16

A sweet hors d’oeuvre with tart goat cheese and a touch of honey.  Be sure to use Medjool dates whose caramel tones and substantial size are ideal for stuffing. (photograph ... Read more

Basic Passover Sponge Cake

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Basic Passover Sponge Cake

0 of 5 40 Minutes 3 cakes

1 basic sponge cake, 3 amazing variations. This recipe yields 3 (9-inch) round cakes, so you can make an assortment of cakes for Pesach in one shot. Read more

Almond Crunch Topping

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Almond Crunch Topping

0 of 5 15 Minutes 6-8 servings

For use on a variety of dessertsRead more

Seared Tofu with Peanut Sauce and “Zoodles”

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Seared Tofu with Peanut Sauce and “Zoodles”

0 of 5 10 Minutes 4 servings

Crisp zucchini noodles are easy to make with a spiralizer and a great way of adding vegetables into your diet. Be sure to use a good peanut butter for ... Read more

Savory Vegetable Millet Cakes

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Savory Vegetable Millet Cakes

0 of 5 15 Minutes 16 cakes

Toasting the millet is essential for bringing out the grain’s nuttiness prior to boiling. An ancient grain, millet is one of the healthiest grains on earth and a great ... Read more

Vegetable Stock

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Vegetable Stock

0 of 5 60 Minutes 2 quarts

Consider much of the ingredient list below to be a suggestion – a flavorful, fresh vegetable stock can be made easily with vegetable trimmings and parts that you have on ... Read more

Roasted Kabocha Squash Soup

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Roasted Kabocha Squash Soup

0 of 5 60 Minutes 8-10 servings

Kabocha squash is also called a “Japanese pumpkin” – it is an Asian variety that is squat and looks like a green pumpkin. With it’s sweet, creamy flesh, it ... Read more

Caramelized Apple and Parsnip Soup

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Caramelized Apple and Parsnip Soup

0 of 5 30 Minutes 6-8 servings

Sauteing the apples first caramelizes the sugars on the exterior of the apples, bringing out the flavor and intensifying their inherent sweetness. Fujis, with their complex spicy flavor are ... Read more

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