Tired if hearing ‘Mazel tov’ when she wasn’t expecting, a kosher cooking guru created a healthy family meal plan with her favorite dietician.
With tons of Omega-3’s from the walnuts and the salmon, this recipe makes a meal that’s pure brain food.
This bowl is the best way to use up leftovers. Take all the bits and pieces from leftover meals, like your roasted broccoli or cauliflower, pesto and cooked quinoa, then toss it together — and lunch is served.
As we look toward the coming year, Jamie Geller takes a moment to look back at the delicious classic dishes of her childhood.
The best part about these little kugels is that every piece is a crusty corner piece, so nobody has to fight over that coveted crunch.
With this easy brisket recipe, you can sleep like a baby knowing that dinner is cooking itself.
This delicious bread is so easy, but you do need to plan ahead.
‘Joy Of Kosher’ author Jamie Geller resisted her husband’s yearning for Israel as long as she could. Now she happily lives and cooks there.
For an easy finger-food, kid-friendly meal loaded with flavor, try Jamie Geller’s easy take on chicken schwarma.
Store-bought harissa is an excellent time saver if you don’t have time to make your own version of this North-African condiment.