Many traditional holiday recipes, often passed down from mom and grandma, feature more than a few not-so-clean ingredients. Here are some easy ways to make sure you're feeding yourself and your family the absolute best this season.
Checking off your gift list doesn’t have to mean long, budget-busting trips to the mall. Instead, spread the joy with one-of-a-kind, edible DIY goodies, kissed with personalized flair. Make a batch of one – or all four – of these recipes and wrap them individually to give as stocking stuffers, Hanukkah presents and host/hostess gifts, or mix and match to create thoughtful, custom-made gift baskets that are as much fun to make as they are to receive.
Golden beets and apricots offer more than just a sunny hue – they also pack a punch of beneficial nutrients. Golden beets are rich in fiber and potassium, while apricots contain vision-supportive vitamin A and collagen-building vitamin C.
Please everyone at your seder from the pickiest eaters to the staunchest traditionalists with these three gluten-free, dairy-free, and grain-free versions of Passover staples from The New Yiddish Kitchen. The new cookbook transforms 2,000 year old Jewish traditions into modern, clean cuisine.