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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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Sweet Potatoe Khachapuri- Sweet Potato Breakfast Boats

Sweet Potato Breakfast Boats

Sweet Potato Breakfast Boats/ Sweet Potato Khachapuri is a delicious breakfast classic, perfect for any morning, brunch, or a light lunch.Sometimes it’s the simplest things

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Smashed Potatoes on parcment paper

Smashed Potatoes

Crispy Smashed Potatoes have the best of both worlds – a soft inside with a crispy exterior. My kids love these as a snack, dipping them

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avocado on toast and chili on the side

Avocado on Toast

Avocados are one of my favorite foods, and you can never go wrong with avocado on toast! Creamy avocado spread on toasted fresh bread is

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salad dressing in a jar

My Secret Salad Dressing

You will love to make and eat my secret salad dressing. So skip the store-bought dressing with this easy and delicious recipe. When you make

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Greek Yogurt Sauce in a white bowl with dill on top

Greek Yogurt Sauce (Tzatziki)

Greece is a beautiful country that filled me with many fantastic vacation memories. I enjoyed the delicious food, from fresh salads to traditional Greek dishes,

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corn salad with a spoon in a white bowl

Corn Salad

This salad is quick and easy to make and goes with practically everything. You can use fresh, canned, or frozen corn. One of my family

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Healthy Caramel Dip a fingure holding strawberry

Healthy Caramel Dip

If you have been following me for a while, you probably know how much I LOVE dates. So I am always looking for fun and

3 Hanukkah donuts

Baked Hanukkah Donuts

Homemade Baked Hanukkah Donuts coated with chocolate frosting. You are probably asking yourself what makes them special for Hanukkah? And the answer is the SPRINKLES!

sufganiyot Israeli doughnuts with jelly

Sufganiyot- Israeli Hanukkah Doughnuts

Sufganiyot, Israeli Hanukkah doughnuts (sometimes spelled donuts!), are one of the traditional fried foods of Hanukkah. Growing up in Israeli during the 80s, Sufganiyot were

a slice of honey cake

Rosh Hashanah Honey Cake

Rosh Hashanah Honey Cake is a classic dessert for a sweet new year or the perfect treat to have with a cup of tea. It