Firehouse Lasagna

Rach's spiced-up Firehouse Lasagna is a shout-out to emergency first responders, who are still out there working during the coronavirus pandemic. I...

Flourless Chocolate Cake

Depending on the type of chocolate you use, sometimes the top gets all crackly and shiny, like a really good brownie. It’s also relatively foolproo...

Labne Sourdough

Bread is a wonderful thing. Mine uses labne in the starter and is very simple to make and to bake an artisan loaf. 

Cardamom Lemon Wedges

This is my Passover take on lemon bars. A chewy coconut cardamom macaroon base with silken lemon curd baked on top. Made in a cake pan and sliced i...

Chicken Murphy

The first time I had this dish was in a restaurant in Clifton, New Jersey. My wife and I were on our way to see her mom in Pennsylvania and we stu...

Yogurt Challah

Growing up in Israel, I had challah every Friday for Shabbat and on most days in between. After trying countless recipes, I discovered my favorite ...

Oven Baked Bagna Cauda

I grew up eating fondue when we spent time with my grandparents in Germany and have many fond memories of dipping bread in cheese and occasionally ...

Cocoa & Cara Cake Mix

Make an easy and delicious holiday season cake with this easy to use mix. Just add the wet ingredients and follow the instructions below.

Easy Puff Pastry - Empanadas

I love eating puff pastry almost as much as I dislike making it. I mentioned this to a customer and she shared a recipe with me from an old book b...

Shakshuzza

Back in 2017 I shared my recipe for shakshuka, and since my son Max was born in March we’ve made it quite a few times. I make big batches and free...

Potato and Apple Gratin

A cool-weather mix of potatoes, apples, and onion, this crisp and creamy gratin relies on the seaweed in Lula N.41 to supply both salt and savory n...

Spiced Honey Cake

Thinking of Rosh Hashanah and all the following holidays brings back great memories of growing up in Israel and the Galilee in particular. Visions ...