Moroccan Couscous and Chicken: A hearty dinner easy enough for busy weeknights

Leanne Shor This article originally appeared on The Nosher. I always considered couscous to be just a simple side dish until I met a dear friend whose Israeli-Yemenite-Moroccan family introduced me to couscous in all its glory: a big, hearty, super comforting main...
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From Shirley’s Kitchen: Kennedy Brownies

From: Ann Goldstein Originating from: Ann’s mom, Jane Kennedy. Usually served this when: Anytime when needing an easy and delicious dessert! Usually holidays and often Sundays for a treat. Prepared by: Gail Raznick These are great brownies that everyone has room for....
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From Shirley’s Kitchen: Fried Matzah

From: Shirley Goldstein Usually served this when: Passover Prepared by Gail Raznick   At least one night of Passover we have fried matzah and, of course, on Sunday morning too (more if the kids asked). A favorite during Passover. Mmmmm!   Ingredients and...
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Skillet tahini banana bread: A fluffy and rich treat

Rachel Simons This article originally appeared on The Nosher. This skillet banana bread might be gluten-free, refined sugar-free and dairy-free, but I can promise you won’t be missing anything with its light and fluffy texture and the rich sesame flavor. Enjoy this...
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Mixed Roasted Vegetables with Tahini Sauce: A colorful dish inspired by spring

Rachel Simons This article originally appeared on The Nosher. A colorful spring-inspired platter of roasted vegetables is the perfect side dish for your seder dinner or any time you are entertaining a crowd. For this particular mix, I chose a whole head of...
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