Vegetarian recipes and info
Jewish cuisine includes a lot of root vegetables, dairy products, fried foods, and, for certain holidays, unleavened breads.
Sure you could just buy it at the store, but homemade applesauce is one of the all-time great treats.
Bagels seem daunting, but they’re actually really fun to make.
Beet borscht is a traditional cold vegetarian soup common in Russian, Ukrainian, and Jewish cooking.
This dairy-based, traditional Jewish soup is light and refreshing.
Although I’ve seen menus with various kinds of fruit blintzes listed, for me cheese blintzes are the only option. The creamy cheese filling complements the warm crêpe so nicely, I can’t imagine filling it with anything else.
Eat these wonderful crunchy cheese fritters as soon as possible after they are cooked.
Vegan, cholesterol-free, and thoroughly delicious, this chocolate babka won a blue ribbon at the 2001 Monmouth County Fair.
Frozen tofu absorbs marinade like a sponge and makes a firm and flavorful mock meat.
A mixture of finely diced vegetables served with a tart dressing.
Fresh vegetables tossed with sesame and sumac make a unique salad.