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Tapenade is a rich olive spread that originated in the Provence region of France. The classic Tapenade is a paste of black olives, capers, olive oil and spices, but today many types of Tapenade can be found. This Tapenade is my favorite because it include ...

This Egg Salad recipe, contributed by Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer from their cookbook Our Customers' Favorites, is one step up from the my usual egg salad recipe. The secret is cream cheese. Enjoy!

The local cooking store was offering an Italian cooking class one evening, and my wife and I decided to join in the fun. In addition to the fun, we came home with this delicious and easy recipe for Sun-Dried Tomato Spread. Serve with focaccia, pita, toast ...

Is that avocado you bought getting soft? Just mash it up with the back of a fork, and add some mayonnaise, lemon juice, garlic and salt to create a kosher pareve and child friendly dip.

Hummus, made from garbanzo beans (a.k.a. chickpeas), is served as an appetizer, side dish or main course in Israel. Today grocery stores in Israel sell a variety of Hummus spreads (with pine nuts, with olive oil and paprika, with zaatar, with tahina...). ...

My kids love these peanut butter chocolate bonbons (Buckeyes). They are easy to make, can be made in advance, pareve and sinfully delicious. However, I can't make them too often because I end up eating too many of them myself!

Our friends in Modiin served us this tasty Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream after Shabbat lunch. Since this Ice Cream is non-dairy, it can be served after a meat Sabbath or Jewish holiday meal. I simplified the recipe to make it easier to prepare while maint ...

If you are looking for a dessert you can make with your children as well as a non-dairy, dessert you can serve after a meat meal, this Nutty Meringue Ice Cream is perfect. Simply mix whipped cream, sugar, vanilla, meringue cookie bits and sugared nuts tog ...

Banana Cookie Ice Cream is the perfect, parve, lite, sweet ending to a Shabbat meat meal. Both old and young guests at my Sabbath table enjoy this kosher dessert recipe. And my daughter loves to whip it up with me while our challot are in the oven. This r ...

In kosher homes, festive meals are often meat and dairy desserts can not be served after a meat meal. Therefore, pareve desserts play a leading role in the kosher recipe box. This recipe for pareve Coconut Ice Cream is a big hit in my home, especially on ...

In kosher homes, festive meals are often meat, and dairy desserts can not be served after a meat meal. Therefore, parve desserts play a leading role in the kosher recipe box. This recipe for Mango Ice Cream is a big hit in my home, especially during the S ...

This is the perfect summer Sabbath lunch or Seudah Shlishit dessert, especially when you have invited guests. This Frozen Lemon Dessert is pareve, easy to make, and a light, sweet ending to a festive meal.

In an effort to satiate the appetites of my teenage sons, I decided to fill the crock pot this morning with meat, potatoes and vegetables. It took me just 20 minutes to chop and throw everything into the pot. And the boys were thrilled to sit down to deli ...

In her book <i>That Hungarian's in my Kitchen</i>, Linda Radke shares her Hungarian Jewish Gramma's recipe for Hungarian Goulash. With beef, carrots and potatoes, this traditional stew makes a hearty meal-in-one.

In her book <i>That Hungarian's in my Kitchen</i>, Linda Radke provides this recipe for homemade Gefilte Fish. Gefilte Fish is traditionally eaten as a Jewish Sabbath or holiday meal appetizer. Serve these fish balls on a piece of lettuce with a side of h ...

In her book <i>That Hungarian's in my Kitchen</i>, Linda Radke shares her Hungarian Jewish Gramma's recipe for parve Apple Strudel. No one makes strudel like Hungarians!

Given the cumbersome nature of Passover cooking, it makes a lot of sense to double recipes and freeze. I bring this ground meat home from the butcher, immediately prepare the burgers by adding vegetables, eggs, matzah meal and spices, form the patties and ...

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Whether eating in Israel in a restaurant or in someone's home, you are likely to find some version of this finely diced, tomato-cucumber based salad.

Israeli salad, finely diced tomatoes, cucumbers, and bell peppers topped with olive oil, lemon juice and salt, is light, healthy and fresh tasting.

A typical dinner in my Israeli home as a child included tuna salad or eggs, <a href="http://kosherfood.about.com/od/koshersaladrecipes/r/salad_israeli.htm">Israeli salad</a> and cheese borekas. Borekas are readily available in any Israeli grocery store, b ...