“i wish you a happy and sweet new year ! and to try something new !” Laurina Todesaite, director of “Cook Jewish Be Jewish” #RoiCommunity #shanaTovaRead More
Probably The most loved dessert from childhood and the most secret one.
I remember then 5 years ago I wanted to serve them for friends and family for Rosh Hashanah and since the grandma that was making them was no longer with us and of course no written recipe was left i started to look for one in the community.Read More
I love leeks – fresh or cooked in a soup, in a stew or leek quiche. But I know people who are terrified and won’t ever eat one. Bad chance for those who hate leeks, this puff pastry dough filling is really delicious and out of ordinary, something that fits right for a festive occasion or gourmand aperro.Read More
Apples and duck are a perfect combination. This recipe i created inspired by the trip to Normandy the country of applesRead More
The most known symbol of the New Jewish Year. We wish You a Sweet and Good Year!
In Ashkenazi tradition Apples are eaten slides in Iraqian baked with sugar while in Yemen its a Quince ( we love then but they are so souer before the sugar and honey and must be cooked before consuming)
P.S. is there anybody who doesn’t know an apple? An apple a day keeps doctors away as the proverb says.
As for the Honey, natural antibiotics, sweet and healthy, loaded with vitamins and minerals. Do you know that a real honey can last for centuries and never expire? No wonder that Israel is the land of milk and honey.