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a hand holding S'mores Hamantaschen

S’mores Hamantaschen

This is a ridiculously delicious recipe for Hamantaschen. Outrageous even! Buttery dough, chocolate, graham cracker crumbs, and a gooey marshmallow center… Oh my! All opinions are always 100%

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marble cake on cutting board

Marble Cake

Marble cake is made by adding a small amount of dark-colored batter to a light-colored batter and mixing it gently, giving the cake a marbled

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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

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Cheese Bourekas Spirals

Cheese Bourekas Spirals

I love making Bourekas with Phyllo dough. I’ll devour any filling there is- potatoes, spinach, mushrooms, but this cheese filling is my absolute favorite. It

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Chocolate Caramel Matzo Brittle

Chocolate Caramel Matzo is the Passover dessert winner! What can be better than buttery caramel and melted chocolate? Consider yourself warned; this stuff is dangerously

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Passover Rolls

I have probably been making this recipe every Passover for over ten years now. I am not a big fan of Matzot, and these rolls

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Vegetarian Chopped Liver

Vegetarian Chopped Liver

Don’t tell anyone, but I think I like this better than the real thing. This vegetarian chopped liver tastes fantastic. You won’t miss the meat.

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Healthyish Hamantaschen

Healthyish Hamantaschen

What’s not to love about a little sweet, soft cookie filled with chocolate or jam? Hamantaschen are so great and deserve to be celebrated more

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Beet- Horseradish

If you’re wondering how to make this Passover condiment from scratch, fear not. However, raw horseradish can be hard on the eyes and sinuses, much

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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

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charoset on matzah

My Mom’s Charoset

My parents were supposed to come to Seattle and celebrate Passover with us. We had been planning this visit for almost 6 months. I was

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Green Shakshuka

Here is a lovely, simple recipe that will make your mornings a happier time (or lunch or dinner). A great way to get your protein

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hamantaschen on a plate

Basic Hamantaschen

This is the most fun and exciting holiday! Purim is celebrated in all kinds of ways. In our family, we celebrate by dressing in festive

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