Month: September 2019

Ashkenazi, Easy, Parve, Rosh Hashana, Sukkot, Yom Kippur

Makeahead Parve Apple Noodle Kugel

Apple Noodle Kugel

Rosh Hashana is all about apples and hey, why not? It’s apple season. While we are sad to say goodbye to summer fruit, we are happy to welcome this new friend, which pairs so well with cinnamon. This kugel calls for a full tablespoon of this warm spice, so it is really for cinnamon lovers. …

Parve, Rosh Hashana

Sweet Potato Soufflé: Make Ahead Side Dish for the Holidays

sweet potato souffle

It’s no easy feat preparing for a two-day holiday like Rosh Hashana. That’s why it’s good to cook whatever freezes well, in advance. Sweet potato soufflé fits the bill. You freeze it in the baking pan without the streusel topping. Thaw it overnight in the fridge. Add the streusel and bake. Easy peasy. Not to …

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Hungarian Plum Cake

Hungarian Plum Cake

Now is the time that well-prepared Jewish households are busy baking and freezing in advance of the holidays. Here’s an easy plum cake that is very appropriate as a delicious holiday dessert for Rosh Hashana or any other of the High Holiday yom tovim. The cake, double-wrapped in plastic wrap and aluminum foil, freezes well, …

Desserts, Parve

Parve Molten Lava Chocolate Cakes

molten chocolate cake

Back in the 1990s, Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten created the original molten hot chocolate cake, with that center that just oozes hot chocolate all over your plate. You have to be doing hardcore penance to pass on dessert when this amazing chocolate treat is on offer. But if you keep kosher, you know the frustration that …