Category Archives: Jewish and Israeli Food

Fall Recipe: Apple Crumble Pie

Oct 29, 2017  |  By Shira Goldstein
apple crumble pie

Nothing says “fall” quite as clearly as delicious baked apple desserts, and this amazing dish lets you enjoy the best of both worlds: meet the apple crumble pie. A delicious, sweet-and-tart apple pie is baked in a crisp, flaky shortcrust case. A decadent, buttery topping is generously sprinkled over the top, creating a sensational hybrid you’ll want to serve up time after time! Makes one 28cm pie For the pie: […]

 

What do we eat on Sukkot?

Oct 08, 2017  |  By Shira Goldstein
butternut squash and pumpkin

Many of the Jewish holidays are defined by their culinary traditions. Passover is characterized by its strict dietary laws and myriad matzahs, Rosh Hashanah is renowned for its apples and honey, and summery Shavuot is a celebration of dairy delights. From a culinary perspective, Sukkot is an oddity. There are no food-related laws related to this week-long fall holiday, and – unusually for Jewish festivals – it hasn’t evolved any […]

 

Classic Rosh Hashanah Honey Cake

Sep 14, 2017  |  By Shira Goldstein
Rosh Hashanah honey cake sweet new year

Rosh Hashanah simply wouldn’t be complete without a delicious, sticky honey cake to serve up for breakfast, dessert, or afternoon tea throughout the holiday. A decadent combination of sweet honey and warm spices, it’s great with coffee after a long morning at synagogue and for me, it’s the true taste of the Jewish New Year! This recipe is the hands-down favorite at our office, so we highly recommend it for […]