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 By Mollie Katzen    Features    May 30, 2014

Down with the boring Shavuot cheesecake!

Fresh cheese is a staple in classic Shavuot foods, traditionally wrapped in a soft, egg-like blintz that is then fried lightly in butter. Variations on this theme can keep things interesting and expand your kitchen craft. You can try freshening up yo... Full story

 

Newly kosher-for-Passover quinoa dishes leap for the seder table

Vegetarians, and especially vegans, need some high-protein plant food with a bit of heft to keep them going during Passover, especially if observing the Ashkanazic tradition that forbids eating... Full story

 

Sukkot and squash make for a lovely pre-Thanksgiving meal

Sukkot is the early Thanksgiving, that perfect season when we might still have access to late tomatoes and zucchini, but the winter squash is coming in as well, heralding the impending chillier autumn... Full story

 

No more gorging on matzah for a week: delicious Passover recipes for every day

While planning what to cook to feed the whole mishpucha (family) on Passover’s big seder night, it’s easy to forget to plan your meals for the rest of the holiday week. Suddenly, lo and behold, you find yourself staring at the wide-open cupboard... Full story

 

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