Recipes


Kutsher’s Tribeca Matzo Ball Soup

By Mark Spangenthal

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Ed Shoenfeld's Schmaltzy Chicken Fried Rice

A technique that I particularly relish is creating onion-flavored oil and using it as an underlying flavor base in my cooking. For this recipe, I suggest roasting a chicken on a bed of onions that flavor the rendered chicken fat.Read More


Sfratti, The Italian Eviction Cookie

Courtesy of Alessandra Rovati Read More


Teyglech (Honey Balls)

Teyglech (Honey Balls)Read More


Rugelach

Courtesy of Dorie Greenspan Read More


Ghouribi (Moroccan Sugar Cookies)

On the morning of Purim, Moroccan Jews decorate the table with flowers and sweets. Marzipan-stuffed prunes with walnuts and such cookies as ghouribi are a few of the delicacies. Ghouribi are easily prepared walnut cookies, which children enjoy rolling with their hands.Read More


Keftes De Prasa and Keftes de Espinaca

By Gilda Angel

Turkish Leek CroquettesRead More


Pollo Con Susam

By Gilda Angel

Turkish Sesame Seed ChickenRead More


Pollo Con Susam

By Gilda Angel

Turkish Sesame Seed ChickenRead More





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