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Chocolate Sprinkle Hamantaschen on a pink plate

Chocolate Sprinkle Hamantaschen

We all know and love Hamantaschen (in Hebrew Oznei Haman). These triangular-shaped cookies are filled with sweet and flavorful fillings, making them a favorite treat

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Lemon Pistachio Hamantaschen on a white paper

Lemon Pistachio Hamantaschen

Hamantaschen (known as Oznei Haman in Hebrew) are sweet triangle-shaped cookies that Jews enjoy during the holiday of Purim. The recipe for the dough has

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Egg In A Bagel Hole on a white paper

Egg in a Bagel Hole

Are you one of those people who hit the snooze button repeatedly, dreading the thought of getting out of bed early in the morning? The

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shakshuka in a black pan with bread on the side

Israeli Shakshuka

Shakshuka is excellent for breakfast, but it also works for lunch, brunch, or dinner. Serve it with fresh bread, olives, tahini, and Israeli salad for

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Garlic-Challah-Knots on in a white basket and a brush is spreading olive oil

Garlic Challah Knots

Garlic Challah Knots are a delightful variation of the traditional Jewish Challah bread, usually served as braided loaves. These knots are smaller portions of the

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babka french toast on a plate with orange juice on the side

Babka French Toast

Typically, I don’t find myself with leftover babka as it tends to vanish quickly in my household. However, on those rare occasions when a few

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bagel with lox spread

Lox Spread

Lox spread offers a delightful combination of flavors; creamy and tangy cream cheese with the smoky and salty taste of the salmon. It is commonly

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Challah Cinnamon Rolls In a white baking dish with white frosting

Challah Cinnamon Rolls

Challah Cinnamon Rolls are an enchanting addition to your holiday table, a special treat for a weekend morning, or a tasty dessert to share with

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raspberry hamantaschen on a white paper

Raspberry Hamantaschen

Growing up in Israel, Purim was more than a mere holiday; it was a vibrant two-day festival. The exchange of mishloach manot (gift baskets) held

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two hands holding a Round Challah

Round Challah

Round Challah is Also Known As Turban Challah or Spiral Challah Challah is the most iconic and uniquely Jewish food. It is a rich braided

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Israeli-Chocolate-Rugelach on a white plate

Israeli Chocolate Rugelach

While classic Rugelach is made with a flaky, buttery dough, Israeli Chocolate Rugelach uses a dough incorporating yeast. This dough creates a softer, bread-like texture

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Pumpkin Challah Bread on white cloth

Pumpkin Challah Bread

Challah is a bread that’s near and dear to my heart. So just about every Friday, I make Challah. Sure, I can buy loaves of

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