You can make Gesine Bullock-Prado's rugelach with any type of jam or nut you like.
Give crispy latkes a spicy Japanese twist with hot wasabi peas and savory soy sauce.
Serve traditional, homemade matzo ball soup with carrots, celery and dill for Passover.
Turn plain matzo into a breakfast treat with quick and easy matzo brei pie served with sweet maple syrup.
No mess matzo balls? Get the kids in the kitchen with this super-easy cooking technique.
Make perfectly light and fluffy matzo balls for Passover.
This delightfully easy chocolate matzo cake uses just four ingredients.
Brisket-stuffed matzo balls are a versatile Passover appetizer or main dish.
Unlike so many other meats, brisket is actually better the day after you eat it. And these sandwiches are so simple to make!
For an incredibly delicious and fun family meal, take your tender brisket and transform it into tacos. Top them as you wish!
For a gorgeous brisket, use sturdy, heavy-bottom pot or dish, and don't hurry the process!
These latkes are great as is. But, corn meal is a great substitute for matzoh meal and will also make your latkes gluten-free and nice and crispy.
Cheese gives these latkes the perfect breakfast boost. And add hot sauce for some spice!
Take a deli classic to new heights with this holiday remake. Hot peppery and smoky pastrami meets crispy and oniony latke. It's the perfect blend of two worlds....
Forget the jarred stuff! Make you own sweet applesauce at home with just 4 easy ingredients.
5 simple ingredients is all you need to make the best crispy potato latkes you've ever tasted.
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.
Serve Gail Simmons' easy, one-pot horseradish brisket with root vegetables for Passover.
Serve this juicy crowd-pleasing braised brisket with onion gravy at Passover or any special dinner.
Gail Simmons's mother, Renee Simmons, has a secret for making long potato strands that fry up extra-crispy.
These succulent Hanukkah slow-cooker short ribs are so tender that they fall off the bone
This amazing apple upside down cake is a perfect dessert for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year
Serve 8 people in only 30 minutes with Eden Grinshpan's za'atar and lemon grilled chicken with eggplant and tahini.
Acclaimed chef Alon Shaya shows us how to make this easy, delicious dish of eggs baked in tomato sauce (called shakshuka), Louisiana-style.
Just a little gorgonzola adds big flavor to these delicious lentils with oven-dried tomatoes from vegetable guru Yotam Ottolenghi
Up your Hanukkah latke game with these kid-friendly pumpkin potato pancakes with cinnamon
This updated take on classic Hanukkah latkes is made with parsnips, kale and potatoes.
These classic potato latkes for Hanukkah are made with hand-grated potatoes and onions.
Chef Laura Frankel shares her recipe for the ultimate potato pancakes (latkes) for Hanukkah.
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
This light and refreshing fruit salad is great as a healthy dessert or brunch side dish.
The quinoa in this pretty salad is cooked in vegetable stock instead of water, which is an easy way to give the dish a flavor boost.
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...
The classic and quintessential holiday breakfast gets a creamy fruity makeover. No standing over a stove and frying for endless hours with this baked, layered...
Dress up this holiday favorite with white and dark chocolate, nuts, fruit and the toppings of your choice.