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round challah with honey

Round Spiral Challah

(Also Known As Turban Challah) Challah is the most iconic and uniquely Jewish food. It is a rich braided bread served on Shabbat and holidays.

Olives black and green with a lemon on a white plate

Spiced Olives

Spiced Olives are an easy yet impressive appetizer. Keep a jar of these olives in your fridge year-round to add to your charcuterie board, or

Chocolate Babka

Babka is a sweet, buttery yeast bread. One of the things I really can’t resist is fresh and warm chocolate babka. Each bite takes me

apple challah

Round Apple Challah

I make Challah all the time but this year, I wanted to take it to a higher level! Apples are the perfect addition to a

challah french toast with berries and maple

Challah French Toast

I started this blog a year and a half ago and only just realized that I haven’t posted a recipe for French toast. How could

challah on a white napkin

Vegan Challah

Traditional Challah bread always contains eggs and occasionally contains butter. I do have a great recipe on the blog called “The Only Challah Recipe You’ll

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5-Minute Hummus

In the Middle East, hummus is traditionally eaten for breakfast. Humusiyot (hummus restaurants) usually open early in the morning and close around noon when they

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Coconut Macaroons

These are for the true coconut lover. I love them because they are so pretty and sweet. You might be surprised at how few ingredients

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Smashed Potatoes

The holiday of Lag Baomer is coming up this weekend. I loved to sit near the bonfire with my friends as a child, roasting potatoes

Matbucha

This is the Middle Eastern version of salsa. A perfect match for a fresh piece of bread, pita, or Challah. Matbucha is a cold salad