This is the last chance for indulgence before diet season kicks in, so here are two delicious desserts that go perfectly with New Year’s fun.
Vered Guttman’s children love Christmas, in part because they get to eat Chinese food. She offers up spicy eggplant and beef stir-fry to satisfy the Jewish Yuletide ritual.
Kreplach dumplings are famously hard to make. But with wonton wrappers available in every Asian grocery store, a Jewish twist on Vietnamese soup is too tempting to give up.
Pomegranate molasses (or syrup) is available at Middle Eastern markets, some kosher markets and Whole Foods.
Growing up in Israel, it’s natural for Vered Guttman to love eggplants. She almost takes it personally when American friends say it’s their least favorite vegetable.
Plenty has been written about Israel’s shakshuka. But the truth is that Israelis have this exact meal for dinner — not breakfast.
Cooking for 20 people doesn’t usually faze Vered Guttman, even when it’s Passover. But the Seder she helped prepare Tuesday was for Michelle and Barack Obama.
The end of winter is so close we can taste it. Here are three healthy Israeli salad recipes to get you through the final bitter days.