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Photo Essay9 Cozy Winter Brunch Ideas

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In addition to being a delightful, late-winter update to the Shabbat table, pumpkin-apple butter challah makes the best breakfast challah that ever was. It is divine toasted and slicked with soft butter, or tahini mixed with a little honey. It is lovely alongside fried eggs. And French toast? It’s a natural. Photo by Sara Kamin

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A date and almond-butter smoothie for a morning detox. Photo by Leah Koenig

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Bulemas are savory Sephardic pastries most often filled with spinach, cheese or eggplant. Photo by Leah Koenig

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This fig and pumpkin bread pudding checks off all the right boxes. Photo by Leah Koenig

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This ricotta toast with cherries, strawberries and pistachios is easy to whip up in minutes. Photo by Leah Koenig

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This everything bagel butter from "The Gefilte Manifesto" takes bagels to the next level. Photo by Lauren Volo

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Molly Yeh's waffles à la challah are so mind-blowingly tasty that challah French toast better watch its back. Photo by Molly Yeh

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Shakshuka: the ultimate breakfast, the fast and easy lunch, and the surprisingly perfect dinner. Here are our 5 glorious ways to make this timeless Israeli dish. Photo by Liza Schoenfein

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Our top 3 breakfast smoothie recipes -- pumpkin pie smoothie, greens and berries smoothie, and mango-avocado smoothie -- are winners among kids and adults alike. Photo by Flickr

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