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Israeli-Style Pizza Rolls
Crispy, savory, cheesy, and perfect, the pizza roll takes one of my favorite foods and transforms it into a portable, snack-sized treat. I've been known to grab a handful of these and a few pieces of fresh fruit from the shuk and call it lunch.
Camp Recipes: Shabbat Potatoes
These soft, seasoned potatoes are a Shabbat favorite at Reform Jewish summer camp. Pair them with a protein and a green veggie for a complete and delicious meal.
Camp Recipes: Israeli Chocolate Balls
These creamy, crunchy chocolate balls are easy to make and fun to eat. Coat them in coconut, sprinkles, or both!
Black-Eyed Bean Salad
Sephardic Jews serve black-eyed beans for the New Year, representing new life and abundance.
Pumpkin with Dumplings
To celebrate the fall harvest, enjoy this dish in the sukkah on Sukkot and throughout the season for festive Shabbat gatherings.
Deluxe Buckwheat Almond Cake with Raspberry Filling
This dessert pairs a delicate nut flavor with raspberry preserve filling.
Baked Stuffed Apples
Fill your kitchen with the comforting aromas of fall. This healthy recipe is gluten-free, oil-free, sugar-free, and vegan, and it easily adapts to a single serving or a huge batch.
Inspire your creativity with a variety of toppings and shapes, then serve them with hummus or other dips.
Olives and oranges are often combined in foods of the Mediterranean. Here the ingredients almost call out their location as foods of Morocco and Spain are joined to create a great nibble at cocktail parties, as a part of a meze or tapas assortment.