Complete Suggested Menu for a Persian-Themed Purim Feast

PBS”D The primary observance of the seriously joyful and noisy holiday of Purim is constituted of four Mitzvot: Reading the Megillah, the Scroll of Esther, recounting the story of Purim; Giving to those in need, […]

Halachah Infographic (and Bonus Recipe): “Respect the Pouch!”

BS”D Hi, everyone!  I am proud to present the following Halacha infographic I designed, based on the Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi’s Seder Birchos Hanehnin (Order of the Blessings on Benefit)…and just in time for […]

Chanukah Funnel Cakes by Raizel Laber

Chanukah Funnel Cakes (Adapted from Culinary Hill Funnel Cakes) Everyone loves Chanukah, who doesn’t like 8 days of lighting the menorah, eating fried foods, playing dreidel, and more? These funnel cakes are a delicious Chanukah […]

Blueberry Muffins by Raizel and Shaina Laber

Blueberry Muffins These muffins are quick and easy, they’re also great to break your fast! Recipe by Raizel L. Photo by Shaina L.   Ingredients 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 3/4 cup sugar, plus 1 […]

Easy Cheese Danish Recipe by Raizel and Shaina Laber

BS”D Easy Cheese Danish Recipe These Danishes are delicious and tasty. They are perfect as a Shavuos breakfast treat! *********************************************** Ingredients: 2 sheets puff pastry; thawed but still cool 8 oz. cream cheese; at room […]

Pesach Meringue Recipe by Shaina and Raizel Laber

BS”D PESACH RECIPE Meringues Ingredients: 3 cups sugar 12 egg whites Pinch of salt Directions: In an electric mixer beat egg whites on medium speed until foamy.  Then, slowly add 1 cup of sugar at […]

HAMANTASCHEN! by Raizel and Shaina Laber

BS”D HAMANTASCHEN! Written by Raizel Laber; Photography by Shaina Laber Everyone loves hamantaschen, but they also have a deeper meaning. They symbolize the hidden miracles of Purim. In the story of Purim, there were no […]

Lentil Soup For Parshas Toldos

In this week’s Parsha- Toldos. We read about, when Esav came home tired and very hungry, and he saw that Yaakov was cooking a lentil soup and he said: “Give me to eat!” He wanted […]

Cinnamon Rolls

By Raizel Laber These cinnamon rolls are so fluffy and soft. They are especially delicious warm and fresh out of the oven. There’s nothing better than eating warm cinnamon rolls! These are so easy and so […]

Oatmeal Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

By: Raizel Laber These cookies are great for a dessert or a snack, they are best straight out of the oven. If you are a fan of chocolate and peanut butter, these cookies are just […]

Rosh Hashana Apple Galette

By Raizel Laber Adapted from Food and Wine Country Apple Galette                   Ingredients: Pastry 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 1/2 teaspoons sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 stick […]

My Meal of Moshiach & Pesach Egg Salad Recipe

BS”D Hello everyone!  I know this Pesach-related post is rather late, but it’s still meaningful to keep the inspiration going!  On the last day of Pesach, we focus with greater intensity of hope and dreams for […]

The Laber’s Family Favorite Cheesecake Recipe

BH In honor of our deeply exciting upcoming festival of Shavuos, Mrs. Nechama Laber would like to present…  A delightful cheesecake recipe– the Laber’s Family Favorite! Ingredients: Cheese Cake Crust: 9 ground graham crackers (you […]

The best chocolate chip cookies without margarine

Before we get started I just wanted to say that this recipe is from overtimecook.com. Miriam Pascal is also the author of the  cookbook “Something Sweet”. Make sure to check that out. These cookies are […]

Honey Comb Cupcakes

HONEY COMB CUPCAKES – You will need the guidance of a big sister or adult to make this fun recipe. Idea: Divide your siblings or friends into 3 groups and prepare a different part of […]

A recipe by Tamar

Ingredients 1 .14 oz. bag coleslaw 1 Granny Smith apple, julienned 2 scallions, sliced 1/3 cup pomegranate seeds 1/4 cup grapeseed oil 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar (or lemon juice) 1 tbsp honey 2 tsp […]

Kosher for Pesach Ice Cream!

Hey’all! I know that during Pesach many people miss baking; I for sure do! So one day during Chol Hamoed I took over our small Pesach kitchen and whipped up some ice cream. (I plan on serving […]