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These are dishes that everyone in the family will love and will add lots of flavor and spice to your Independence Day activities.
This week I’ve chosen to linger with the wonderful holiday feelings and at the same time use up all the leftover matzah in my pantry, before completely returning to the world of hametz.
All four of the cakes come out beautifully and so are perfect to serve for Seder or other holiday meals with friends and family.
Bake these for your weight-watching guests
By NERIA BARR
Special desserts for the New Year
Fill your basket with fresh citrus recipes
As Israel celebrates 67 years, I celebrate the humble garbanzo bean, from appetizer all the way to dessert
By AMY SPIRO
Traditional three-cornered pastries for Purim are sweet. Why not serve savory ones too?
By FAYE LEVY AND YAKIR LEVY
A new kosher cookbook focuses on the main course for everyday meals, as well as festive family dinners
Pomegranates and dates were served by Yakir’s Yemen-born mother when he was growing up in Israel. My Polish-born mother usually added sweet potatoes and prunes to the traditional sweet tzimmes.
By FAYE LEVY
The haroset I chose for my class, like the haroset of my childhood, has walnuts, sweet wine and cinnamon. But instead of grated apples, it has several kinds of dried fruit, including a generous amount of dates.
By FAYE LEVY,YAKIR LEVY
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