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 Dear Friends,

As we approach Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur I want to thank you for the encouragement you have given me to continue sharing recipes that touch the heart, intrigue the mind and fill the stomach with joy.  If you have found recipes here that re-create a familial memory or just learned a new technique that made you feel more confident in the kitchen then I am thrilled to have eased your way in the world of cooking.

Check out new recipes that I have posted or older ones that you have been meaning to try.  You will not be disappointed.  Remember, I can always be reached through this site to have your cooking questions answered.

Star ChallahTry my new Apple Filled Star Challah (you can also make it into a simple round with apple filling.

dulcedemanzanathumb2Sephardi Dulce de Manzana is a wonderful alternative to dipping apples in honey.

And, of course, there is Classic Teiglach  “Teig” means dough and “lach” means little and these little balls of dough in honey syrup will bring back memories or create new ones.


May your year be fruitful and sweet!

Eat in Good Health!


Read some of my recent articles on Interfaith Family’s Blog to help you bring a little more of the holidays into your family’s life.







Both Entrée to Judaism  and Entrée to Judaism for Families are now available in stores and online and can be shipped in time for holiday cooking. They are also in eBooks form on iBooks and Kindle so now you can cook my recipes without schmutzing up your book!


Having just returned from touring and cooking in Europe, I will be off for the summer months.  Come back in August to see what I will be doing next!