The original recipe is from Epicurious I think, maybe 2006 or so. It is the best Babka recipe I ever tried and I try to make it once a year or so. Lots of butter and wonderful for Shavuot. [click to continue…]
While I was thinking about cinnamon rolls last week I had the idea to make them with pumpkin and cranberry sauce since Thanksgiving is on my mind. Try these, they are so good. For 16 super flavorful rolls Dough: 1 cup warm (not hot) whole milk 3 teaspoons of sugar 3 teaspoons rapid rise yeast […]
With Rosh Hashanah, Jewish New Years, lurking around the corner on September 4th I have begun to contemplate menu planning. Since Michael and I are traveling in August, this year I will have to be supremely organized. No doubt if you are a kosher consumer you may have heard
Edited from a previous posting. These delightful triangle shaped filled goodies are cookie-like with a filling of jam or prune or even chocolate. We eat Hamantashen traditionally for the Festival of Purim in March, which recounts the story of the heroic Queen Esther and her blessed uncle Mordicai.