Month: November 2018

Desserts, Parve

Lemon Squares for a taste of summer in your mouth

lemon squares and lemon on black background with bowl of powdered sugar

Our Meyer lemon tree produced a bumper crop this year. There was no worrying about having too many of the bright-smelling precious yellow globes. There are never enough lemons in our home and they keep refrigerated for a good long time, besides. Some of them we turned into preserved or pickled lemons, but we naturally …

Easy, Main courses

RECIPE: Easy Crispy Chicken Wings

Easy crispy oven-baked chicken wings with dipping sauce

Easy Crispy Chicken Wings are the kind of thing you make on days you really don’t feel like cooking. You just shake the jointed chicken wings in a bag of seasoned flour, spray with cooking spray, and stick ‘em in the oven for half an hour. And the bonus is that no one will know …

Ashkenazi, Food Science, Main courses, Shabbos

Cholent: Meal in a Crockpot

Plate of cholent with garnish

Cholent, that rib-sticking Jewish Sabbath stew with its beef, barley, and beans, and overnight cooking, is the central focus of an old joke. A priest complains to a rabbi about his incessant insomnia. The rabbi says, “I have the perfect remedy: cholent. Eat it and you’ll sleep like a baby!” The rabbi gives the priest …