An heirloom recipe from the old world: Cabbage Rolls and a story of Aunty Myrna.
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Enhancing the aperol spritz
SO, what do you do with leftover challah? We’ve always got leftover challah (or bread, brioche or croissants) and the best use (apart from everyone’s fave French toast) is of course bread and butter pudding. We were inspired by the Morello cherries from all the Hungarian cakes we were testing and excited by the chocolate in […]
- Course Sweet Things
A Passover dessert that you will not be able to live without.
This sweet potato pie recipe comes to us from Sharon Goldman of Colorado, USA. We found Sharon through her (very proud) son who heard about our search for the best cooks in the world. It is a wonderful pie – very American and quite unusual for us Aussies. We think it is something that should be […]
- Course Sweet Things
Crisp yet chewy layers of meringue sandwiched together with light lemony custard. Yum!
Soft, Sweet, Glazed Carrots for the Jewish New Year Tzimmes is a traditional recipe for Jewish New Year – slow cooked, very sweet glazed carrots. The dish represents the wish for a sweet (honey) and prosperous (the carrot ‘coins’) new year. It is served as a side dish and sometimes is cooked with dumplings and prunes in it. This […]
A Perfect Winter Dessert for Any Time of the Monday Morning Cooking Club Year This is a wonderful, sweet and warming dessert that we’ve been baking in the Monday Morning Cooking Club kitchen since 2010. It is adapted from a recipe first given to us by Sharon Hendler, one of the cooks in our first […]
Monday Morning Cooking Club: Recipes from the old world My food inspiration stems from my Bubba (grandmother) Shendel but it is one of her daughters who inspires me the most. Aunty Myrna, my father’s older sister who passed away in 2004, was a horserace-loving, cigarette smoking, platinum blonde with a heart bigger than any. Polish-born, […]
A Recipe from The Feast Goes On This recipe is a lovely combination of capsicum (peppers), onion with salty capers, sweet raisins with a slightly acidic dressing. It goes well as part of an anti pasto plate or as a simple entree (appetizer) on some well toasted sourdough bread. The recipe comes to us from […]
Monday Morning Cooking Club Revisits an Old Favourite – Slow Roasted Pears This is a fabulous do-ahead and dairy-free dessert: Slow-roasted pears. And I promise you they are the best cooked pears you will ever eat! The recipe comes from my friend Judy who got it from a well known Australian chef Marieke Brugman. Marieke […]
A Recipe with 3 Ingredients? Easy! We are so excited to have just released our new book ‘The Feast Goes On’ in Australia and we are enjoying the feedback of what everyone is cooking from the book. We love it!! It will be released in the U.S.A and the U.K in a few months’ time. This […]
A Celebration of Asian Food with a Retro Kikkoman Noodle Dish I’m the first to admit I am not much of an Asian food cook, but I LOVE to eat it. Occasionally I stumble across a recipe that works for me. I’m not sure if I should say ’embarrassingly’ or rather just ‘ironically’, but this […]
I just love sugary jam doughnuts. It has been a long love affair, and still continues to this day. What a joy it is to now be able to make them for my own family at home, usually only once a year on Chanukah. And are mine as good as the ones from that old […]