Food

  • Easy Apple and Goat Cheese Turnovers

    Now that we’ve infused all the things, it’s time to get baking. It wouldn’t be Rosh Hashanah in our house without a yummy appetizer or two, so I came up with these apple and honey turnovers. I love how they…

  • 3 Infused Honeys for Rosh Hashanah

    I’m kicking off my High Holiday planning with some infused honey and a few fun ideas for celebrating the High Holidays this year. It seems that we will all still be social distancing during the High Holiday season, but that…

  • Pulled BBQ Jackfruit

    One of our new favorite meals is pulled bbq jackfruit. Are you all tired of Jackfruit recipes yet? I hope not, because I have one more planned for later. It’s so delicious that even my preschooler loves it. Plus, it’s…

  • Easy Cinnamon Roll Challah

    Last summer, I braided some cinnamon rolls together like challah and my family loved it so much that I decided to do it again and write about it. I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not exactly sure what…

  • Rich and Creamy Potato Soup

    Up until now, I’ve been lucky to have the blog on autopilot. By that I mean that I had at least a months worth of posts already thought up, created, photographed, written, and scheduled out. You see, I wanted to…

  • How to Host a Chocolate Seder

    Yes, friends, you read that right. We’re having a chocolate Seder this year. Ruckus and I are all about the offbeat Seder plates. Check out last year’s sushi Seder here. I didn’t totally come up with the chocolate Seder idea…

  • Ruckus’s Matzah Bark

    Many moons ago, Ruckus and I decided to invent our own chocolate bark. The key ingredients for Ruckus bark are typically pretzels, milk chocolate, butterscotch chips, pecans, and a light sprinkling of salt. There have been many iterations of this…

  • Mimosa Hamantashen Cookies

    After 3 major Hamantashen cookie fails, I think I finally found a cookie recipe that won’t succumb to the high altitude baking quandary. I still had to make an adjustment to the baking powder (1/2 teaspoon instead of 1 teaspoon),…

  • White Chocolate Pretzel Snaps

    There’s nothing quite the salty-sweet blend of white chocolate and pretzels. That’s why chocolate-dipped pretzel rods are such a staple in our party menus. Or should I say, were? I recently bought a bag of pretzel snaps in an effort…

  • Millennial Latkes

    Hanukkah is here, and so are the latkes! This year we decided to forego the traditional toppings of sour cream and applesauce for something a bit more fun. I’ve recently become a big fan of putting avocados and Everything Bagel…