Berry Spinach Quinoa Salad

Berry Spinach Quinoa Salad

By Shannon Sarna (The Nosher via JTA) — Quinoa and I have not always been friends. I much prefer rice and pasta over the hyped-up grain even though I know people love it. And what’s not to love: It’s gluten-free, packed with fiber and protein, and it’s even...
Shabbat Chicken with Dried Fruit

Shabbat Chicken with Dried Fruit

By Elizabeth Kurtz (The Nosher via JTA) — I have served this chicken on Rosh Hashanah for years, and it’s a go-to for a quick and easy Shabbat recipe. The chicken gets caramelized from the glossy and delicious sauce. It’s best when marinated overnight, so be...
Pastrami Puff Pastry Braid

Pastrami Puff Pastry Braid

Pastrami Puff Pastry Braid Recipe By Shannon Sarna (The Nosher via JTA) — Are you a deli roll lover? You know deli roll – the beloved Jewish American dish where various deli meats and Russian dressing get all wrapped up inside puff pastry for a guilt-inducing...
Pumpkin Spice Macaroon Cookies

Pumpkin Spice Macaroon Cookies

By Sandy Leibowitz (The Nosher via JTA) — In the fall, we see pumpkin everywhere. Sometimes it goes overboard into foods in which pumpkin doesn’t belong. In this recipe, though, it adds a subtle creaminess and does double duty to moisten the (sometimes) dry...
Challah French Toast with Chai Spices

Challah French Toast with Chai Spices

By Shannon Sarna (The Nosher via JTA) — Summer Sundays are for yogurt parfait and long walks in the sun. But once the leaves start falling and the cozy sweaters are unpacked, it’s time to hunker down with pumpkin bread, pancakes and French toast on lazy, snuggly...
Koshary: Egyptian Lentil and Rice

Koshary: Egyptian Lentil and Rice

By Ronnie Fein (The Nosher via JTA) — Koshary, an Egyptian specialty, is one of the best vegetarian dishes I have ever tasted. It’s a street food, sold everywhere you look, including carts and stalls in Cairo — along with everywhere else in Egypt. It’s...
Spicy Mexican-Inspired Cholent

Spicy Mexican-Inspired Cholent

By Aly Walansky (The Nosher via JTA) — I grew up in a traditional Jewish home eating my mom’s cholent, which had been my grandma’s recipe. It was always one of my favorite meals; I often chose it for birthday dinners and special occasions. When I moved out, I...