Posts Tagged: Dessert Results 35
Pastrami, cream cheese and latke-applesauce are among the Jewish-deli flavors available at the Coolhaus ice cream shop in L.A. Seeing is believing, so watch the video!
Jews probably began arriving in South Africa around the turn of the 16th century, alongside the Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama, but the majority of Jewish immigrants arrived in Cape Town from Germany and Holland in the early 19th century. Later, Eastern European Jews, primarily Lithuanians, came in increasing numbers until World War II. In the latter part of the 20th century, Jews from Israel, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia also settled there.
Honey cake (above) and teiglach were the highlight of visits to an otherwise distant grandmother. Recipes are below.
Biting into a fresh fig in Sicily, the author found herself mumbling a shehecheyanu — and was inspired to create this refreshing dessert.
As the Jewish holidays approach — especially if there’s a lot of entertaining in your future — it’s good to have a few quick, fail-safe, festive dishes in your repertoire. I call them back-pocket recipes. I have one for brisket (cover with tomatoes and onions; cook low and slow for 4 hours) and one for root vegetables (toss with olive oil; roast at high heat until browned and then drizzle with pomegranate molasses for the last few minutes).