A Jerusalem-Sephardic dish from the kitchen of Rachelle Sasson.
Easy to create and visually attractive.
A rich, satisfying but lightly seasoned dish that won't make the diner thirsty.
Many readers don't even know how to pronounce the name of this dish, while others who are familiar with it will be overtaken by nostalgia at its very sound.
An easy-to-make dish for the last meal before Yom Kippur begins.
An easy and tasty soup for their pre-fast meal.
A low-fat dish with for the last meal before Yom Kippur begins.
A cake that tastes like the good old days.
Why make bourekas at home when you can buy them? Because there's no comparison, simply none, to the outcome.
An Ashkenazi delicacy from my mother's kitchen, straight to your Jewish New Year’s table.