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Try this delicious pie, adapted from "Cousin Joan's Elegant and Easy Blueberry Pie" recipe in the Garden City Jewish Center's cookbook.
This ricotta cheese-filled honey pie is perfect to serve on both Shavuot and Rosh HaShanah. But most of all, it is a reminder of the Jewish community in Greece. Enjoy!
Fill your kitchen with the comforting aromas of fall. This healthy recipe is gluten-free, oil-free, sugar-free, and vegan, and it easily adapts to a single serving or a huge batch.
While the term levivot technically refers to the potato pancakes so common at Hanukkah, this version with sweet cheese is a fun variation that's perfect for dessert.
Inspire your creativity with a variety of toppings and shapes, then serve them with hummus or other dips.
In trying to eat healthfully, I have developed chicken meatballs as an alternative to matzah balls. They taste great and even look the same! But the traditionalists need not worry, as I have also provided ideas for updating traditional matzah balls.