Vadouvan Roasted Brussels Sprouts

I must admit that until I moved to the US nearly 20 years ago I was not a fan of Brussels sprouts, but things have changed. I am now a big fan and ...

Chili Roasted Sweet Potatoes

I love using different chili powders as a source of heat, but mainly because of their other characteristics such as fruit flavors, herbaceousness a...

Savory Squash Pie

Not sure if this is a pie or something else entirely, but what matters is that it tastes great and is simple to make. You can serve is as a side or...

La Boîte Latkes

I grew up eating greasy latkes in Israel and since then tried many variations including the domestic version with apple sauce, etc. Something about...

Za'atar Pasta

I love finding new uses for familiar spices. In this dish, za'atar supplies acidity, a grounding bitter note, and rich toasty flavor from the sesam...

Kimchi Pancake

Based on a recipe I created by watching a good friend's mother make them, adding our Hanguk blend lets you make a perfect snack or side-dish that r...

Sweet Potato Puree

Sweet potatoes are like a blank canvas—you can top them with just about any- thing. I grew up with them in Israel, simply cooking them in the e...

Shabazi Roasted Potatoes

Shabazi on everything is often the joke at home. It is true that there are very few dishes where you can not add a touch of shabazi. This recipe ma...

Butternut Squash & Labne Salad

Butternut squash lends itself to so many preparations but I find that simply roasting it and serving it hot or at room temperature is one of my fa...

Za'atar Pita Salad

This is something I find myself making once ever few weeks. It's quick, easy, and usually helps me clear out some vegetable, meat, or cheese odds-a...

Green Shakshuka

This recipe by reader Jessica Weiss uses our Shabazi N.38 blend for a fresh take on shakshuka. A touch of Urfa chili brings just the right heat.

Reims & Orange Roasted Cabbage

For some strange reason cabbage is mainly only used in salads or braised thinly cut. I love cutting large wedges and roasting them as a side dish o...