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falafel balls

Authentic Falafel

Growing up in Israel, I ate my fair share of falafel. In most of my favorite childhood memories, you better believe that falafel was hanging

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Tahini Date Turtles date with 3 pecans

Tahini Date Turtles

If you’re a fan of a quick and simple recipe that is still out of this world delicious, then you’re going to love my Tahini

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shakshuka in a black pan with bread on the side

Shakshuka

Nothing says “good morning” like this Shakshuka Recipe. Shakshuka has been my family’s favorite breakfast for years. It is healthy, delicious, and a great way

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a slice of kugel on a white plate

Sweet Cheese Kugel

Kugel is a Jewish dish similar to a casserole or pudding. There are many kinds of kugels, sweet and savory. Growing up my grandfather used

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baked tofu in a white bowl

Sary’s Baked Tofu

My mother-in-law, Sary, makes this delicious baked tofu. It is a great protein addition to any form of raw or cooked vegetables, rice, or quinoa,

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Khachapuri Shakshuka

I just love a good bread! And this recipe combines two of my favorite dishes – Khachapuri (Georgian cheese bread) and Shakshuka (poached eggs in

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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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Rolled Chocolate Cookies with powdered sugar

Israeli Chocolate Swirl Cookies

These Rolled Chocolate Cookies are my favorite cookies of all time. They come together using everyday items from your fridge and pantry, and quickly, too. You

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

Labaneh dip on a plate

Labaneh

Labaneh is the Middle Eastern version of cream cheese, and making it is simple! You need a quality full-fat yogurt and a cheesecloth. Feeling fancy?

pink tahini in a golden bowl

Pink Tahini

Once upon a time, I used to hate beets. Maybe it was because my grandma used to say the stains ruined her nice tablecloth. BUT