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Couscous with Cranberries

In her Hip Kosher cookbook, Ronnie Fein writes "Tiny balls of Israeli couscous are the culinary pearls of the pasta world. This recipe combines sweet and piquant flavors in one dish. It’s a treat with grilled meat or poultry, but also can be used as a sna ...

For a perfectly satisfying summer supper, serve this Cranberry Rice Salad, which has been tried and tested by Ohio Caterers Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer, with grilled fish or chicken.

Pearled Barley Pilaf

Barley is a grain with a nut-like flavor and a pasta-like consistency. Pearled barley is hulled barley that has been polished so that the ends (bran) of the kernel are removed. While pearled barley is lower in nutrients than hulled barley, it cooks more q ...

Kasha, or buckwheat groats, are nutritious and full of flavor. Kasha Varnishkas is a traditional Jewish dish that combines kasha with noodles. I like to make Kasha with Bowties for holiday meals because it brings with it memories of generations past and t ...

"Rice again?" Surprise your family by serving this delicious and festive Saffron Rice with Pine Nuts and Pistachios, which has been tried and tested by Ohio Caterers Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer.

My kids like chocolate-filled Hamentachen best. Robin Zusmann of Atlanta, Georgia contributed this Hamentachen recipe which includes homemade chocolate fillings for the traditional Purim pastry.

Category:Purim

Cindy and Candy tweaked this hamantashen recipe until it turned out just as they and their kids like best. The dough is buttery and soft, and the filling is made of cream cheese and cocoa powder. Your family will love these Chocolate-Filled Hamantashen th ...

Category:Purim

In my opinion, this is the best dairy hamantashen dough I've ever tried. The butter and cream cheese make the dough soft and delicious. My kids like these filled with Israeli chocolate spread. I like them filled with strawberry preserves. Happy Purim!

This recipe for Purim Hamantashen comes from the recipe box of Tamar Weber's grandmother. If it lasted three generations and made the trip from America to Israel, then it must be good!

Category:Purim

This Purim Hamantashen is easy-to-make and, according to the clients of "Catering by Paula Weinstein", delicious.

Category:Purim

This easy Sweet and Sour Brisket recipe is great for Shabbos as well as Purim and Hanukkah holiday meals. Just marinate the meat in a mixture of sauerkraut, peeled tomatoes and brown sugar, and then bake for 3 hours. It is amazingly easy to prepare a mois ...

Susan Portman is a very talented artist who also knows how to cook artfully. She highly recommends her mother's special applesauce recipe. Her mother's secret was to cook the apple peels and cores in water to make a nice apple juice, drain, and then to ad ...

Decorate your Cut-Out Holiday Shape Cookies this year! This easy-to-make dough can be rolled out immediately (no need to chill it) and cut into your favorite holiday shapes. Margarine can be used instead of butter for parve cookies. Use non-stick cooking ...

What do kids like even more than eating cookies? Making cookies! Mix the dough, get out the rolling pin and Hanukkah-shaped cookie cutters (menorah, oil lamp, Judah Maccabee, and more), and give your children a memorable and yummy Hanukkah experience.

This child-friendly Macaroni Salad can be the starchy side dish on your barbecue menu. While this simple pasta salad can be easily dressed up with cherry tomatoes, red onion, broccoli, carrots or other raw vegetables, my kids prefer it plain.

The lemon in this marinade tenderizes the steaks. The soy, garlic and parsley work with the lemon to add super flavor to the meat. E.T.'s Marinade for Steak is easy and tasty.

During the summer months, we like to prepare an iced coffee concentrate just before Shabbos. Then during the long, hot Sabbath day, we just add some milk for a delicious ice coffee treat.

Category:Kosher Recipes

Give your July 4th cookout a special homemade touch by serving this Old-Fashioned Iced Tea. Iced tea is easy to prepare, more economical than buying soda, juice and other flavored drinks, and deliciously refreshing to drink on a hot summer day.

Category:Kosher Recipes

Give your July 4th cookout a special homemade touch by serving this Old-Fashioned Lemonade. This flavorful drink cools, refreshes and brings back lovely memories.

Category:Kosher Recipes

Once again Susie Fishbein offers an easy-to-make and delicious-to-eat kosher recipe. This Stuffed Baked Potatoes recipe comes from Fishbein's children's cookbook, <i>Kosher by Design: Kids in the Kitchen</i>. Bake the potato, and then top it with sour cre ...