Doro Wot: A fragrant Ethiopian chicken dish

Einat Admony This recipe originally appeared on The Nosher. Israel has a large Ethiopian Jewish community, but the majority of Israelis are not familiar with their unique cuisine. I, however, have always felt super connected with Ethiopian culture, partly because I...
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Shirley’s Kitchen: Sweet Potatoes

From: Shirley Goldstein Usually served this at Thanksgiving dinner This is always a part of Thanksgiving dinner and I was the one to make them… although I don’t have a formal recipe, this is close to what I usually do! Sweet Potatoes Ingredients: 2 large cans of...
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Yapchik (potato kugel with meat): The ‘Hungarian cholent’

Emanuelle Lee This recipe originally appeared on The Nosher. Yapchik is made up of two layers of golden, crispy potato cake — very similar to a kugel — that sandwich a layer of meat. As the fall days get colder, it will welcome you and your guests home like a hug, and...
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Shirley’s Kitchen: Blintze Casserole

From: Ann Goldstein Originating from: NCJW Cookbook (1973) Usually served this at Brunch, especially on Mother’s Day.  A classic which everyone likes, and easy too. Blintze Casserole Ingredients: 2 packages frozen blintzes, partially defrosted (may use cheese-filled...
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Why you should be cooking your chicken soup in the oven

Rachel Myerson This recipe originally appeared on The Nosher. My mom serves matzah ball soup every Friday night (#momgoals), and she’s always made it in the oven. When I left home and found myself without my weekly fix, I called her for the recipe and followed suit. I...
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Shirley’s Kitchen: Sweet Potatoes

Shirley’s Kitchen: Sweet Potatoes

From: Shirley Goldstein Usually served this at Thanksgiving dinner This is always a part of Thanksgiving dinner and I was the one to make them… although I don’t have a formal recipe, this is close to what I usually do! Sweet Potatoes Ingredients: 2 large cans of...
Shirley’s Kitchen: Blintze Casserole

Shirley’s Kitchen: Blintze Casserole

From: Ann Goldstein Originating from: NCJW Cookbook (1973) Usually served this at Brunch, especially on Mother’s Day.  A classic which everyone likes, and easy too. Blintze Casserole Ingredients: 2 packages frozen blintzes, partially defrosted (may use cheese-filled...