Hebel & Co.

My new favorite halvah is from Hebel & Co. It’s handmade in Los Angeles, and it’s delicious! Scott Hebel grew up eating halvah in Israel, but here in the States where he now lives, he was unable to find any that rivaled what he had as a kid. A few years ago Scott, along with his…

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Passover Roundup 2018

Okay, this roundup is so late!  But, I still wanted to show you all the great goodies I found for Pesach. I included some old favorites as well as some new finds. Hope you enjoy. Chag Sameach!!!!  

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Leave Me Alone With The Recipes

I’ve missed sharing with you all the Jewish things I love. Today, I’m bringing you one of my favorite new cookbooks; Leave Me Alone With The Recipes: The Life, Art, and Cookbook of Cipe Pineles.

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Hazana: Jewish Vegetarian Cooking

Acclaimed food writer Paola Gavin* takes us on a wonderful culinary journey in her latest cookbook, Hazana: Jewish Vegetarian Cooking. Spanning more than twenty countries from Poland to Morocco, Hazana uncovers the traditional vegetarian dishes that play such an important role in Jewish cooking.  In modern Hebrew, “Hazana” refers to “nourishment,” a word that encapsulates…

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Rosh Hashanah Roundup 2017/5778

It’s hard to believe Rosh Hashanah is just around the corner! This year, I’ve rounded up my favorite items from my favorite Judaica shops. If you click the name of the shop (in blue), you’ll be directed to the store’s online Rosh Hashanah page where you’ll find lots more goodies and gifts for the holiday. Are…

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Little Book of Jewish Appetizers

Just in time for Rosh Hashanah, Leah Koenig’s Little Book of Jewish Appetizers is the perfect book to give or get this holiday season. With everything from nibbles and salads to dips and meatballs—and filled with more than 25 inspired modern starters that draw from global Jewish influences—this is a gem of a book. Leah’s…

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The Joys of Jewish Preserving

Inspired by the bounty at her local farmers market and a desire to eat more locally and seasonally, Emily Paster began preserving and pickling ten years ago. In her fabulous new cookbook, The Joys of Jewish Preserving: Modern Recipes with Traditional Roots, for Jams, Pickles, Fruit Butters, and More—for Holidays and Every Day, Emily combines…

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