Main Dishes

Main Dishes, Pesach, Popular Recipes

Perfect Seder Roast

There is a minhag not to eat roast on seder night. For me, it’s a challenge trying to come up with new recipes to cook on the stove-top. I have tried so many recipes over the years, but I have never fallen in love with them. There is always a […]

Main Dishes

Herb Crusted Lamb Chops

Herb Crusted Rack of Lamb 10-12 baby lamb chops, cleaned and frenched (ask your butcher to do it for you) 6 slices good quality stale white bread (I use left over challah) 2 tablespoons chopped fresh mint 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley 2 tablespoons chopped fresh chives 2 tablespoons Dijon […]

Main Dishes, Popular Recipes


Thanksgiving and Chanukah collide all at once this year. There are so many websites that discuss this confluence, and the word “Thanksgivukah” has even been trademarked! This occurrence is once in a lifetime. According to the Chicago Tribune, the last time this occurred was in 1888. Another source I found […]

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Fiesta Chicken Enchiladas

Don’t you just love Mexican food? It’s a real combination of flavors that have a little heat from Jalapeños and the sweet taste of cilantro. With kosher Mexican restaurants popping up all over the place, I wanted to be able to also make it myself at home. You can go […]

Main Dishes

Cornish Hen with Wild Rice and Apple Glaze

This recipe is fit for King Achashverosh himself (and also for Mordechai!). You can imagine yourself sitting at the palace (your house) and being served this really elegant dish at your own (Purim) banquet. I always love making mini versions of dishes and this “mini chicken” is so elegant (and […]

Main Dishes, Pesach

Melt Away Spare Ribs

I was given this recipe by a dear friend from Brooklyn. She used to make this recipe only when special friends came over, or for visits from her grandchildren. After I got married, she invited me and my new husband over for dinner and we were honored to be her […]