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Classic Shakshuka

Impress everyone with a brilliant home-made shakshuka. It’s not hard to make one of Israel’s favorite breakfast foods in your own kitchen. Follow along as ISRAEL21c’s Jessica Halfin shows you how as part of their Tayim recipe series. CLASSIC SHAKSHUKA Ingredients 1/4 cup olive oil 1/2 red bell pepper, thinly sliced 1/2 green bell pepper,…

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Chef’s Corner: Stack it up…

This small dish dresses up any table as an elegant appetizer. It’s visually appealing and looks more complicated to prepare than it is. Substitutions for the recipe below can include pineapple, guava, cherry tomatoes, pickled cucumbers, quinoa, rice, cauliflower rice and cooked fish. There’s no limit to the layers, colors and taste profile you wish…

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Include marshmallows at your mitzvah

Most of us were introduced to marshmallows around a campfire when someone handed us a decadent treat with the fluffy white confection sandwiched between golden graham crackers with melted chocolate oozing out – behold the s’more. Today, gourmet marshmallows are popping up as party favors and at candy stations at bar and bat mitzvahs across…

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Authentic Flaky Halva

Cook up a batch of scrumptious halva in your own kitchen! Thought you could only get authentic halva in the shuk? ISRAEL21c’s Tayim chef shows you how to make the classic Middle East flaky sesame confection at home.   Authentic Flaky Halva 2 cups tahini paste 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon…

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Custom cookbooks unite families around their culinary heritage

PHOTO: A page from a custom family cookbook, above, created by photographer Sarah Arnoff Yeoman shows a family cooking matzo brei together. Sarah recently photographed her own family cooking traditional recipes together including, at right, her father, Richard Arnoff, making the family-favorite matzo brei.   After the death of her grandmother and great-grandmother, photographer Sarah…

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