Recipes


Yid.Dish: Kosher French Onion Soup (Really)

By Julie Steinberg

The wind was blowing, leaves were falling, and all I could think was “Man, I have got to get me some french onion soup.”Read More


Yid.Dish: Miss Conni’s Cold Pear Soup

By Mia-Rut

The soup was served by the cast members and the rest of the evening essentially continued as such.Read More


Recipe: Farmer Freed’s Super Easy Cake With Fruit On Top

By Daniel Morgan

Around this time of year, my kitchen is overflowing with bowls of local apples from my friend’s farms. On Rosh Hashana, Farmer Leon brought over a few honey crisps which as the name implies are crisp, delicious, and spicy sweet.Read More


Yid.Dish: Who Invited Julia Child to Rosh Hashanah?

By Julie Steinberg

I love to host the holidays. Nothing gives me more pleasure than planning, marketing, preparing, and entertaining for these special times, and I have established a tradition of going a little over the top for the occasion.Read More


Yid.Dish: Watermelon Agua Fresca and Tomato Pie

By Rhea Yablon Kennedy

What’s with tomatoes and watermelon this year? I have seen them side by side at local farmers markets, of course, having both come into season recently. But in an odd development, I started to see them together in recipes, too.Read More


Yid.Dish: Israeli Cous Cous with Summer Squash Ragout

By Miri Levitas

Like many other people, this summer has been full of summer squash! It almost seems to be falling from the sky.Read More


Yid.Dish: Use-Up-the-Apples Kugel

By Susan Kleinman

And so, I looked for ways to use the apples in dishes where their lack of tartness would be less noticeable and their lack of crunch unimportant.Read More


Corn and Zucchini Risotto for Summer

By Miri Levitas

I know we are in the season of fasts for many Jews but here is a simple (yet a bit time consuming) recipe that tastes great!Read More


Yid.Dish: Potato Salad, and Everyone Loves a Loophole

By Rachel Somerstein

In the spirit of the loophole – and summer! – I’d like to share a recipe for a side dish you can bring to a meat barbecue.Read More


Yid.Dish: Classic Tabbouleh

By Leah Koenig

But while my mom’s tabbouleh was delicious, I later discovered that it hardly resembled the authentic version, which features a higher ratio of painstakingly chopped fresh parsley and tomatoes to grains of bulgur.Read More





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