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Homemade BagelsSoft 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!
Dill Goat Cheese SpreadThis 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.
Dried Cranberry SpreadMake 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.
Jewish KugelThis updated noodle kugel, swaps out most of the cheese, cream and butter without loosing any of the classic flavor. This fabulous dinner pary recipe is sure to be a favorite on your holiday buffet.
Kosher Sweet Potato SaladTossed 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.
Strawberry Rhubarb BlondiesPacked 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.
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Check Out This Great Featured Menu: International Iftar Buffet
During the Islamic month of Ramadan, devout Muslims fast during the day. At sunset, they may have a light snack. After the evening prayer, they have Iftar, which literally means “ break the fast”. Iftar is a joyous time of traditional foods, family, and friends. These meals are often served as community potluck dinners. Ramadan 2018 is from May 15th to June 14th. Here are some tasty international Iftar recipes to consider.