Homemade Pastrami Recipe
For this homemade pastrami, beef brisket is brined (or corned) in a pickling mix for 5 days. The now-corned beef is rubbed with black pepper, coriander, and smoked paprika, and baked in the oven. Variation for smoked pastrami included.
Cherry Cheese Blintzes
These elegant blintzes can be served as an attractive dessert or a brunch entree. The bright cherry sauce gives them a delightful flavor. I sometimes substitute other fruits, such as raspberries, blueberries or peaches. —Jessica Vantrease, Anderson, Alaska
McDonalds - Mac Tonight promo sticker - 1986
Mac Tonight was a character introduced back in 1986 to help sell the "late night" menu at McDonalds. He was a crescent-moon-headed lounge singer, and he was cool. Back then, my friend Rick and I became a bit obsessed with this character, mostly because we decided that he appeared to be some demonic-headed pagan god in modern dress. Yes, to us Mac Tonight was a freaky dude with superpowers. This sticker was probably used in-store and stuck on "to go" bags and the like. I'd actually…
Sweet Lokshen Kugel - Jewish Noodle Pudding
Learn to make traditional Yiddish dairy noodle pudding with cottage cheese, sour cream, cream cheese, sugar, and cinnamon. Kosher
Jewish Holiday Recipe: Mom’s Simple Savory Kugel
Growing up on the coast of Southern California, I was pretty far removed from my father’s native Brooklyn neighborhood. However my Mississippi-born mother made sure to close some of that distance with one delicious Jewish recipe she adapted from her mother-in-law. Savory noodle kugel is as comforting and cozy as it gets.Like all great casseroles, kugel has many variations, incarnations and riffs.
Jewish Buckwheat-Mushroom Knishes (Kassha) Recipe
Jewish buckwheat-mushroom knishes recipe is made with a flaky cream cheese pastry dough and filled with kasha, mushrooms and onions.
Jewish Vegetarian Kishke
Kishke. There's nothing elegant or pretty about it. It's a homely dish of humble origins. Strictly peasant food, made from whatever was left over to throw into a bowl (meat or vegetables or both), combine with a filler (flour, barley, bread crumbs, or matzoh meal), color with paprika, and spice mildly with salt, pepper, and…