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25 Roast Chicken Recipes for Friday Night

Posted on October 16th, 2017
BY THE NOSHER for MyJewishLearning.com


So many recipes, you will never get bored with Friday roast chicken.


Having chicken on Friday night is an ingrained tradition for Eastern European families. Good roasted chicken doesn’t require many ingredients, and it feeds a crowd, making it an obvious choice. And back in Eastern Europe, red meat was expensive and not as readily accessible; it was generally reserved for more special occasions like holidays. Food writer and cookbook author Ronnie Fein shares, “Shabbat was one of the few times the Jews, who were poor, could indulge in chicken. The rest of the week would be potatoes, vegetables and grains.”

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Ultimate Simchat Torah Holiday Guide

Posted on October 9th, 2017

This article is featured in our Sukkot & Simchat Torah Guide. For more articles, recipes, crafts, and ideas, visit here.
 


From The Joy of Kosher


Help yourself to our Simchat Torah recipes. Click here for the Ultimate Simchat Torah Holiday Guide featuring menus, crafts, tablescapes, gift guides, holiday servingware, kitchen tools and gadgets, entertaining, hosting and cooking tips, tricks and techniques and so much more!

 

8 Comforting Stuffed Cabbage Recipes for Sukkot

Posted on October 2nd, 2017

This article is featured in our Sukkot & Simchat Torah Guide. For more articles, recipes, crafts, and ideas, visit here.
 

The Nosher for myjewishlearning.com 


Stuffed cabbage is one of those quintessential, Eastern European Jewish comfort foods enjoyed at holidays and special occasions.

But did you know that the origins of stuffed cabbage can be traced across Europe, Russia, the Balkans, and as far east as Iran and Northern China! In Europe, it’s commonly stuffed with ground beef, pork (for non-Jews) or lamb, grains like rice or barley, and seasoned with onions, garlic, paprika and cumin. The cabbage rolls aren’t just about the filling though; the tomato sauce they’re cooked in is just as important. With the addition of pickled vegetables and some sugar, for example, the sauce can be sweet-and-sour, or with more tomatoes and herbs the sauce can be savory.

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Apple Crisp

Posted on September 25th, 2017

This month we are featuring recipes from our High Holiday Guide. For more articles, recipes, crafts, and ideas, visit here. 


From tastesbetterfromscratch


Thinly sliced Granny Smith apples baked with a cinnamon glaze and oatmeal crumb topping. The BEST Apple Crisp recipe Ever!


Apple Crisp is one of those recipes that most people probably have on hand.  It was always one of my favorite fall desserts growing up. Soft baked apples with the most delicious oat/crumb topping! What’s not to love? Let me just say, if you do already have a recipe for apple crisp, you will probably never make it again after you taste this! This Apple Crisp recipe is the best! It’s so incredibly easy to throw together and the flavors are A-Mazing!

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Sweet Kugel Makes for a Sweet New Year

Posted on September 18th, 2017

 

This month we are featuring recipes from our High Holiday Guide. For more articles, recipes, crafts, and ideas, visit here. 


By LAURA for Mother Would Know


Kugel is the kind of dish that lends itself to endless variations and numerous occasions. A pudding, savory or sweet, it is traditionally served on the Sabbath and for meals during the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur holidays.

But in my family, it’s also a favored dish for weekdays from early fall, right through to the beginning of summer. In fact, my kids used to eat sweet kugel at least once a week and more often if I didn’t groan when they requested it yet again.

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