Posts Tagged ‘cooking with kids’

Sweet Noshings

Avocado latke breakfast tacos, chai tea challah, apple beet charoset, Manischewitz ice cream, drunken honey pomegranate whisky cake: Amy Kritzer spins classic Jewish dishes like no one else. Amy always loved cooking with her Bubbe Eleanor. After Eleanor sent Amy hundreds of her beloved recipes, she set a goal to make one recipe each week, adding her…

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Susie Fishbein Brings It Home

My Susie Fishbein books have been with me since the kids were little. They are all marked up—pages doggie-eared and food-stained on recipes I’ve made over and over again through the years: Beef and Broccoli Lo Mien, French Toast Sticks, Breaded Cauliflower, and Carrot Muffins just to name a few. Now my kids are teenagers,…

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Making Tamales with Samuel

Every summer my son and I make tamales.  It was originally his idea. As a Jewish girl growing up in New Jersey, I didn’t really know a heck of a lot about Mexican food. I knew where to get the best bagels and lox, pickles and pastrami, ice cream and candy. Mexican food was not…

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Irina’s Chopped Liver

  I love my collection of Jewish cookbooks. I use them them often and especially during the Jewish holidays. But really, for me the best recipes come from family and close friends. My fifth-grader wanted to make chopped liver for his end-of-school-year class potluck. His teacher requested that each student bring in a homemade dish…

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