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Capeloto Family Challah

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on September 16, 2011


Challah is the quintessential Jewish Sabbath and holiday bread.  Bread baked from ‘the staff of life’ has a spiritual essence that affirms our connection to the earth’s harvest and sustains us.  This Challah is sweet and moist.  One recipe makes one huge challah or two medium size challah for Shabbat.  On Rosh Hashanah [click to continue…]



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Lamb Chops

July 8, 2011
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On the Forth of July Michael and I were on our own.  I made a sweet little dinner with some of our favorite things to enjoy with conversation, just the two of us.  I served Baby Lamb Chops simply grilled on the barbecue with an assortment of grilled vegetables and some rice.  

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Rolled Baklava Video

October 27, 2010

Last Friday I was lucky enough to be invited by my friend of many years to come and watch and visit with the old guard Sephardi people who gathered to cook for an upcoming Rhodosli luncheon.

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How To Make Gefilte Fish

April 1, 2010

  My wonderful friend Suzette was so kind as to invite me to watch, help make, and film her mom making the holiday Gefilte fish.  Halina is a survivor from World War II,  her spunky personality, sharp wit, and generousity make it a pleasure to know her.  The recipe is posted on this blog.

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