Lamb is an easy and festive holiday staple in the Middle East.
Recipes: Meat & Fish
Baking fish in salt allows you to heat the fish while preserving all its delicious juices. Combine with watermelon and sautéed chard for a refreshing salad, or toasted green wheat for a wonderfully earthy salad.
Quintessential cheese pies make an easy yet impressive meal for this Jewish holiday that's all about dairy.
Chef Ohad Levy’s inspired menu includes lamb, fresh fish and a harvest of spring vegetables.
A glass will cheer and comfort, and a few drops will make these dishes extraordinary.
Why not make spicy Chinese eggplant and beef stir-fry, served here with a side of refreshing cucumber and herbs salad for the holiday?
Just imagine the noodles cooking slowly in chicken fat and absorbing all the goodness. Health food this is not, but it is one hundred percent comforting.
Freshly picked and gently handled, vegetables stuffed with meat are a favorite in many ethnic cuisines. Here are a few simple rules to make preparation a pleasure.
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