Jewish holiday cooking

potato latkes

Potato Latkes

My older son is a potato addict.  I can’t blame him really, I was the same as a kid. Potatoes are delicious: baked, whipped, pureed, mashed, fried, or shredded.  Seriously, any way works for him.  I don’t eat them as much anymore, so when I do, they need to be worth it. Potato latkes are […]


Homemade Matzo For Passover

If you eat matzo during the eight days of Passover (or just want a fun cooking project with kids) try making this easy homemade matzo recipe, it is so good, that you may never go back to the store-bought stuff. This recipe can be made will regular all-purpose flour or whole wheat flour, both are […]

short ribs

Slow Cooker Short Ribs

I did not grow up eating this, my husband did; I ate pot roast.  Short ribs are a cut of beef taken from the brisket, chuck, plate, or rib areas of a cow. In essence, they are the short portion of the rib bone, which varies in thickness.  Short ribs come in two ways: (1) […]

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