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Carrot salad in a white bowl

Israeli Carrot Salad

Mezze, meaning ‘small dishes’ in Arabic, is a culinary tradition that celebrates the art of sharing. These appetizers, salads (like my Israeli Carrot Salad), and

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Rosh Hashanah Tabbouleh Salad on a white plate

Rosh Hashanah Tabbouleh Salad

Rosh Hashanah Tabbouleh Salad is a delightful and refreshing dish that can be a wonderful addition to holiday gatherings or any special occasion. Rosh Hashanah

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watermelon salad with feta and mint on a white plate

Mediterranean Watermelon Salad

Why You’ll Love Mediterranean Watermelon Salad? Ingredients Overview  *The full recipe is in the recipe card below! Watermelon: The star ingredient of the salad, watermelon

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spinach pomegranate salad in a white bowl

Spinach Pomegranate Salad

Craving more salads? Check out my Pearl Couscous Israeli Salad, Rosh Hashanah Tabbouleh Salad, and Summer Corn Salad. Why You’ll Love Spinach Pomegranate Salad? Ingredients

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Pearl Couscous Israeli Salad in a white bowl

Pearl Couscous Israeli Salad

Pearl Couscous Israeli Salad is a delightful medley of flavors and textures, combining the unique nuttiness of pearl couscous with the freshness of tomatoes, cucumber,

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corn salad with tomatoes and lemon in a white bowl.

Summer Corn Salad

Summer corn salad is bursting with the natural sweetness of the corn and is accompanied by smooth and velvety dressing. This salad is an irresistible

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Apple Pomegranate Salad in a white bowl

Apple Pomegranate Salad

Apple Pomegranate Salad is a refreshing dish that combines the crispness of apples with the juicy, ruby-red seeds of the pomegranate, creating a delightful symphony

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Leek Patties on a white plate

Leek Patties

Sephardic Jews call them Keftes de Prasa, and traditionally they are served on Rosh Hashanah, Hanukkah, and Passover. Often made with meat and deep fried,

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Smashed Brussels Sprouts

Smashed Brussels Sprouts

Perfect Smashed Brussels Sprouts! This is my new favorite way to eat brussels sprouts. Simple enough for a midweek meal, and impressive enough for holiday

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A fork holidon red picked onions

Pickled Red Onions

These refrigerated Pickled Red Onions are super easy to make and are ready to be enjoyed the very next day. It takes less than ten

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tzimmes -carrots and pruns on a golden plate

Tzimmes

This sweet dish of stewed root vegetables and fruits is a massive family favorite for us. We can’t get enough of the honey glaze with

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Potato Wedges with ketchup

Potato Wedges

I remember the first time I ate at McDonald‘s. It may not sound exciting today, but in the early 1990s, the chain had not yet

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Tzimmes Cake

Tzimmes Cake

Tzimmes is a sweet stew often served on Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish new year). It is one of those Jewish foods that has so many

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Purim Cookies with chocolate and sprinkles

Cookies for Purim

Purim is a Jewish holiday that is celebrated with lots of food and sweets, including cookies! This year, I wanted to put together a special

Tahini Swirl Brownies with tahini on the side

Tahini Swirl Brownies

Tahini Swirl Brownies are a favorite in our house. They are fudgy, dense, rich, and studded with a tahini swirl (my Mediterranean touch). Tahini Swirl

Tahini Date Turtles on a white paper

Tahini Date Turtles

These easy 5-ingredient turtles will become your new favorite treat. They only take 10 minutes to make and are so delicious. Great for the freezer;

egg salad on toast

Egg Salad

I really think that a bowl of egg salad makes the perfect brunch, but it is also a nice upgrade to any sandwich. Everyone has