As we struggle to cope with the rise in hatred against our community, we’re also spending time hating each other — and it’s tearing us apart.
A scrumptious red velvet cupcake recipe
This is the perfect time for sheet cake. It feeds a crowd, it’s colorful and frankly, everyone loves it. A one bowl wonder with plenty of kids to lick the bowl after you make frosting - the easiest frosting ever.
After so long apart, the smallest moments feel the biggest and most beautiful, the most full of joy. Which is why a simple sheet cake is perfect.
Comforting, warm classic Ashkenazi brisket that melts in your mouth and makes your house smell like your Bubbie’s. My mother is legendary among family and friends. The best part is that it is very easy, with time being the most important ingredient. It’s a perfect dish to let sit in the oven while you work. There is a reason it’s been comfort food for generations! I doubled her original recipe because I like it extra saucey.
There is grief here. There is hope here. It’s a good week for brisket, the ultimate Ashkenazi comfort food.
Let’s be clear, this isn’t striving to be authentic Hawaiian food. Hawaiian food and culture have rich histories that are worth learning about and eating. This is just me dreaming of getting to experience Hawaii and its food. I would encourage you to spend time reading about Hawaiian history and its food. In the meantime, this dish is filled with sweetness, vinegar, and crunch. I recommend cooking this in a specific order, First rice, then coleslaw, then chicken and lastly pineapple. Alternatively, you could cook it all ahead of time - just make sure if you make a head you reheat in the oven, no the microwave so it stays crispy. Shabbat Shalom!
I want to getaway. I want a pineapple margarita in my hand and turquoise waves and white sand between my toes. Don’t you?
Traditional-ish Red Sauce with Beet stems!
Passover is stressful. The pandemic is stressful. This Shabbat, let’s relax with some pizza! Matzah pizza!