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Often in the summer when Shabbat starts later in the evening, we will have a dairy meal instead of the traditional meat meal. This Broccoli Cheese Soup is a perfect starter for dairy Sabbath meals as well as for the Shavuot holiday meal.

It's 5 p.m. on Friday. The Jewish Sabbath starts in two hours. My 16-year-old daughter walks in from the beach, and tells me she has to take a kugel to the potluck Shabbat dinner she is having with friends. I open up my freezer to find a bag of frozen bro ...

This Broccoli Souffle, provided by Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer of Columbus, Ohio, is one of those easy, versatile, sure-fire success recipes that should be in the recipe box of every kosher cook. This souffle can be pareve or dairy d ...

For a moist and flavorful salmon entree, simply drip seasonings on the fish, wrap the fillet tightly in foil, and bake. This Baked Salmon Fillet is easy to make, healthy and light to eat, and aesthetic enough to serve to guests.

Dress up any meal with Broiled Tomatoes. Serve this healthy and tasty side dish with your breakfast eggs, your lunch bagel, or your chicken dinner. Simply slice the tomatoes in half, season with olive oil, garlic, rosemary or basil, salt and pepper, and ...

One way that your Shabbat meal can add to the celebration of Shabbos is by stimulating conversation about the weekly Torah portion. If you serve this Bronzed Chicken during Shabbat Parshat Vayakhel, then you can discuss the Torah's instructions for using ...

During the week of Passover, you can depend on this simple, dependable recipe for Passover Brownies to give your kids a treat they will enjoy.

My kids love this Passover dessert because it doesn't taste like a Passover dessert. And I like it because it is quite easy to prepare. Serve this Brownies with Banana Ice Cream and Chocolate Sauce for either Passover or a gluten-free treat year-round.

My 12-year-old son, who is by far our family's pickiest eater, came home from his friend's house singing praises about this amazing rice dish. The song went something like this, "It was the most delicious dinner I have ever eaten in my whole life!" Of cou ...

My wife brought this Butter Pecan Turtle Cookies recipe to Israel with her from America. The recipe makes good use of the fresh pecans from my parents' pecan tree. And since these sweet treats freeze so well, this is the perfect make-ahead dessert for hol ...

My parents were born in Hungary before World War II, and they both remember loving this Cabbage and Noodles dish as children. When they immigrated to Israel as teens, after surviving the horrors of the Holocaust, they brought memories of this dish with th ...

Nechama Cohen, Founder and Executive Director of the <a href="http://www.jewishdiabetes.org/">Jewish Diabetes Association (JDA)</a> and author of <i><a href="http://kosherfood.about.com/od/koshercookbooks/gr/bk_enlited.htm">EnLITEned Kosher Cooking</a></i ...

Easy-to-make and yummy-to-eat. There are NEVER any leftovers of these Candied Sweet Potatoes in my home.

This refreshingly-cool, honey-sweetened, banana-strawberry drink is sure to satisfy.

Caponata

Caponata, a southern Italian stew consisting primarily of eggplant and bell peppers, makes a wonderful kosher parve appetizer. Serve this versatile vegetable concoction at room temperature with toasted bread or crackers, on a bed of lettuce, or in a scoop ...

Susie Fishbein knows how to make the novice cook feel comfortable in the kitchen. This Caramelized Onions recipe is one of the Building Block recipes she offers in her Kosher by Design Short on Time cookbook. These Caramelized Onions can be made once and ...

While many carrot kugels are really carrot cake in disguise, this Carrot Kugel has a definite kugel quality about it. The flavor of this honey-sweetened kugel is dominated by carrots and complemented by lemon rind. The egg whites add a light touch. Bake t ...

This carrot kugel tastes like carrot cake, which makes it a wonderful sweet side dish for Rosh Hashanah. And since it is so simple to prepare, it will add to your holiday meal without adding to your holiday workload. Your guests, especially the children, ...

Do you have children joining you for Rosh Hashanah or other Jewish holiday meals? If so, I suggest serving these carrot muffins as a side dish instead of a more traditional carrot kugal. Kids and adults will love these festive and fun carrot muffins.

I made this Cauliflower Broccoli Salad for our Israeli Independence Day picnic. The carrots and red onion add color, and the sunflower seeds and cashews add flavor. The simple dressing consists of mayonnaise, red wine vinegar and brown sugar. Be sure to c ...