Out of all the Jewish holidays, many consider Yom Kippur to be the most celebrated one. Yom Kippur means the “day of atonement”, and it comes eight days after Rush Ha’Shana (Jewish New Year). It is a sacred time to forgive and to be forgiven. On the first day, observant Jews fast from food and water for 25 hours and do not work. They spend most of their time attending special services in their synagogue.
When the day of fasting is over, they have a delicious break-fast dinner with family and friends. Yom Kippur menus call for lighter fare, since everyone has not eaten or had water for a whole day. Dairy-based foods are traditional favorites. Try our scrumptious Yom Kippur menu this year.
Soft and golden, these homemade simple bagels emanate a hearty, bready flavor. For a variation, you can add cinnamon, raisins, honey or maple syrup to the dough. They are great for sandwiches or make perfect grab-and-go breakfast, spread with cream cheese. One of our most favorite easy breakfast recipes!
This deceptively elegant spread is so simple and only requires 3 ingredients; goat cheese, cream cheese and fresh dill. Serve as a dipping sauce with crackers and fresh veggies or spread on bagels or fresh baguette. This easy recipe is sure to become a favorite.
Make your own delicious cranberry spread by mixing in goat cheese, yogurt, cream cheese and honey. Sandwich it between crackers for a yummy snack or spread over bagel for healthy and easy breakfast recipes.
Tossed with Granny Smith apples, dried cranberries, pecans and a tangy vinaigrette, this is one of the most delicious and simple sweet potato salad recipe around. Pouring vinaigrette while the sweet potatoes are still hot infuses them with a lot of flavor and aroma. Serve with roasted poultry.
Packed with strawberries and rhubarb, these chewy bars are perfect travelers, full of vitamins and minerals. These gorgeous blondies are a snap to make--keep them on hand for when the sweet craving strikes. This is one of our easy recipes for beginners that anyone can try.
About Chef Robert
My food philosophy is simple; food should be a feast of all five senses. Meals should be based on simple, tasty and smart recipes that are easy to follow. Instead of serving processed junk, I prefer to use fresh & seasonal ingredients. I gravitate towards all cuisines that are BIG on flavor. By cooking at home, we can all eat healthier and save money.