Her grandmother never measured, so these approximations of her recipe were sribbled down by family members when they were cooking with her.
Well established in Russia for centuries, foraging for these delicious veggies was mostly likely on our ancestors’ must-do list every spring.
We gathered a sumptuous sampling of meatless recipes from our food section, so you’d have them all in one place — for the Nine Days and beyond.
Turned off at first glance by a new kosher cookbook, our reviewer came around after finding it full of tasty recipes and gorgeous photography.
Refreshing, clean and simple, this salad from the new ‘Silver Platter’ cookbook makes the most of seasonal summer ingredients.
This elegant, eye-catching and simple side dish from the new “Silver Platter” cookbook is extremely versatile — and healthful to boot.
With tomatoes now hitting their peak it’s practically impossible to get enough. This Italy-meets-Israel-inspired salad is just right for a holiday-weekend picnic — or any warm-weather meal.
After a long, cold winter, a Massachusetts native revels in the first asparagus of the season and explains why the vegetable was once hailed as an aphrodisiac and called the ‘food of kings.’
An ancient plant whose seed is similar to quinoa, amaranth is gluten free, rich in vitamin C and a complete vegan protein. So what will it take to make it kosher for Passover?
A fun, delicious salad bursts with Mexican flavors and textures, incorporating amaranth, a nutritious gain-like seed with deep Aztec roots.