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Holidays Recipes

Sub-categories: Rosh Hashanah, Break-the-fast, Sukkot, Chanukah, Tu B'Shevat, Purim, Passover, Shavuot

cook | Stay true to the potato but change it up with roe topping

cook | For Yom Kippur, break the fast with some breakfast

cook | New cookbooks, new holiday table

cook | Cauliflower latkes add a new spin on a holiday tradition

cook | Sweet-on-sweet layered with holiday wishes

cook | Matzah — it’s not just for Passover anymore

cook | Holiday crowds? Make Chinese food at home

cook | Use your noodle and turn kugel into holiday treat

Grandma’s Date Bars

Tu B’Shevat Mandelbrot

Fig and Pomegranate Tapenade with Goat Cheese

Pumpkin Gratin

Stuffed Red Peppers

Cracked Wheat and Goat Cheese Salad

Sun-dried Tomato and Herbed Cheese Strudel

Karen’s Do-It-Ahead Challah

Mango and Pistachio Mousse

Roasted Carrots and Sweet Potatoes with Honey (Tsimmes)

Baked Figs with Honey and Mint

Spinach Salad with Persimmons, Avocadoes and Pomegranate Seeds

Braised Cabbage and Apples


Lemon Squares

Basic Quinoa

Raspberry Poached Pears

Matzah Meal Pie Crust

Almond Macaroon Cake

Passover Rolls

Mocha Truffle Cake

Strawberry-Rhubarb Compote

Passover Biscotti

Passover Sponge Cake

Cranberry Orange Chutney (for latkes)

Parsnip Carrot Latkes

Spinach and Feta Latkes

Malayasian Latkes

James Beard’s Turkey and Rice Casserole

Stuffed Mushrooms

Aunt Monya’s Blintzes

Dried Cherry Noodle Kugel

Romaine and Radicchio with Figs and Pomegranate Seeds

Blintz Souffle

Asparagus and Red Pepper Frittata

James Beard’s Turkey and Rice Casserole

The liberated latke: Two chefs give two takes on the potato pancake

Shorts: Holiday Food

If it looks like Pesach, and talks like Pesach, it must be Thanksgiving

Cut that latke oil with bubbly, kid-friendly and spicy variations on the grape

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