You can make Gesine Bullock-Prado's rugelach with any type of jam or nut you like.
Fill traditional babka with blueberries, chocolate or olives to give it a sweet or savory spin.
Make your holiday dessert sweet and simple with easy apple and honey cake.
Save time a seal in flavor with this simple trick for the best holiday brisket ever.
Ina Garten's honey cake with smoky bourbon and warm spices will make your holiday extra special.
Ina Garten's one-pot brisket with carrots and onions will make you holiday meal easy and delicious.
Don't be intimidated by making rugelach at home. This recipe makes it as easy as they are delicious.
Combine the cheesy goodness of Italian cacio e peppe with comforting noodle kugel.
Homemade challah just got a whole lot easier with this no-knead, make-ahead recipe.
Use apples and honey in your Rosh Hashanah entree with cider roasted chicken and sweet chutney.
Forget hot soup: This chilled carrot and beet borscht is cool, earthy and refreshing.
Make this easy and delicious 10-hour brisket for Rosh Hashanah. Just put the ingredients in a roasting pan and let the oven do the work.
Love pita bread? Bake up a batch at home with a little extra time and a few easy ingredients.
Savory braised short ribs pair perfectly with fluffy, spiced couscous and bright golden raisins.
Serve this juicy crowd-pleasing braised brisket with onion gravy at Passover or any special dinner.
This fast and easy whipped cream is way better than store-bought!
Throw in 6 ingredients, let it do its magic for a few hours and you've got slow-cooker apple sauce.
These flavorful mushrooms are so delicious, you'll want a whole bowl to yourself! Try this recipe from Dan Souza.
This amazing apple upside down cake is a perfect dessert for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year
Adam Richman shares a recipe from his grandmother for brisket marinated in all our favorite guilty pleasures -- soda, coffee and more soda.
It doesn't get any easier than this! Prep Martha Stewart's blistered Padron peppers with sea salt as an app, hors d'oeuvres, side or snack
These classic Cleveland Buckeyes are made with only 4 ingredients: peanut butter, powdered sugar, melted butter and chocolate
Whether you celebrate the Jewish holiday of Passover or not, this kosher-for-Passover chocolate ganache soufflé cake is worth making.
Master pastry chef François Payard fills his thumbprint cookies (called Marguerites in French) with delicious raspberry jam
These amazing 5-ingredient molten maple lava cakes take only 20 minutes to make
Al Roker shares his recipe for tender lamb shanks made in the slow cooker, served with a delicious herbed couscous.
Cookbook author Joanne Weir shares her recipe for citrus salad with mint and red onions.
Vegan chef Chloe Coscarelli's homemade cupcakes are just as rich and decadent as the original—even without butter or cream!
Cookbook author and fitness guru Ella Magers of Sexy Fit Vegan shares her ab-flattening slow-cooker farro soup recipe.
Classic pecan pie gets reimagined into irresistible cookie bites.
Chef Andrew Carmellini tosses spaghetti squash with buttery walnuts and sage for a festive side that's a great complement to meaty dishes
Nick Lama, chef and owner of Avo in New Orleans, shares his easy recipe for Salt-Baked Snapper
Feed a crowd with ease on Christmas with star chef Alex Guarnaschelli's Fast and Easy Lemon-Crusted Salmon with Garlic Spinach
This chocolate cake has layers of ultra-moist cake and gooey chocolate ganache frosting.
Zahav's Michael Solomon shares his delicious tabbouleh recipe from his new cookbook
Zahav's Michael Solomonov shares his beet salad recipe from his new cookbook
AL Roker shares his recipe for a perfect roasted chicken with crispy salty skin, a dish inspired by San Francisco's Zuni Cafe.
Roast Cornish games hens are as easy to make as chicken -- and everyone gets their own whole bird, which is fun for kids and adults alike.
This light and refreshing fruit salad is great as a healthy dessert or brunch side dish.
I just love the combination of red and golden yellow beets in salads, but you have to be careful to bake the two separately so the former don’t bleed into the...