I love celebrating Rosh Hashanah. The new year always holds so much promise and every dessert has honey in it. My Apple Upside-Down Cake is no exception. This is a Jewish New Year twist on a classic Pineapple Upside-Down cake. I've added some honey in addition to the traditional brown sugar and of course use… Continue reading Apple Upside-Down Cake for Rosh Hashanah
In previous years, I've left the dessert portion of our seder meal up to the professionals. Year to year there is only so much I can do, so buying dessert was a shortcut I was glad to take. This year however, I've made 5 desserts. All of them quick and delicious. These cookies are… Continue reading 5 Last-Minute Passover Desserts
What are sufganiyot? Sufganiyot are jelly donuts traditionally made in Israel for the celebration of the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah. They are fried in oil just like the other traditional Chanukah food potato latkes. The oil is to remind us of the miracle of one days worth of oil lasting eight nights during the rededication… Continue reading Sufganiyot Made Easy!