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Kosher

  • Dark Chocolate Torte with Raspberry Glaze

    This torte, it is really good. And it is really bad for you. But one slice satisfies my deepest chocolate cravings, voiding the need for me to continually reach my hand into…

  • Hazelnut, Orange and Honey Biscotti

    Orange, hazelnut and honey make a wonderful combination in this whole wheat biscotti. The hard cookies should be sliced thin, which will yield a lot of cookies! They are wonderful dipped in tea.…

  • Green Tomato Frittata

    This is an adaptation of a recipe I came across in “The Savory Way,” by Deborah Madison. The acidic green tomatoes are nicely balanced by the neutral flavor of the eggs.…

  • Cottage Cheese Pancakes With Indian Spices

    We eat these Indian-spiced pancakes for dinner, along with a green salad. They don’t even need a topping. If you do want to top them with something, a cucumber raita or plain yogurt would…

  • Teff and Oatmeal Pancakes

    Teff is a tiny, nutrient-dense grain native to Ethiopia. Its calcium content is higher than that of any other grain, and it’s an excellent source of vitamin C. It has a low glycemic index…

  • Gluten-Free Raisin Pistachio Biscotti

    I use a mix of almond flour and either millet flour or cornmeal for these. They are irresistible. If you soak the raisins in amaretto before you make the biscotti there will be a…

  • Maple Pecan Pancakes

    Instead of using only wheat flour in these pancakes, I’ve combined whole-wheat flour and almond flour. The almond flour makes for a very moist and delicate pancake. Almond flour is high in vitamin E,…

  • Poppy, Lemon and Sunflower Seed Pancakes

    These are inspired by Heidi Swanson’s poppy seed and sunflower seed pancakes. She serves hers with a citrus marmalade, and also suggests making a savory version and serving it with a compound butter (I’d…

  • Turkish Spinach with Tomatoes and Rice

    Not every tradition allows rice during Passover; in this fragrant dish there’s just enough of it to add substance to the vegetables. Some Sephardic Jews have traditionally allowed rice during Passover, whereas many Ashkenazi…

  • Egg Lemon Soup with Matzos

    Rather than making matzo balls for this comforting soup, I crumble matzos into the broth -- no schmaltz required. In Greece the chicken that is later served as part of the main course for…

  • Gluten-Free Chocolate Buckwheat Biscotti

    These biscotti have a crumbly texture when they emerge from the first baking, so allow the logs to cool and cut them carefully, about 1/2 inch thick (if you cut them too thin they…