Tag: recipe, tu b'shevat
For Tu b’Shevat a Wheat Berry Salad
Rocky Mountain JewFeb 02, 2023
This whole-grain salad can also be made with farro or freekeh — each has their own unique earthy flavor which complements the aromatic hazelnuts.
Lemon-Ricotta Fritters alternative to sufganiyot
JTADec 08, 2022
These lemon-ricotta fritters are perfectly crisp and round. They’re so light and creamy with a hint of fresh lemon zest.
High Holiday Foods: Plum & rosemary challah
Rocky Mountain JewSep 22, 2022
A slightly savory take on a sweet, Rosh Hashanah challah.
This year, try ‘pizza-taschen’
Rocky Mountain JewMar 10, 2022
Barring one or two rare exceptions, the kosher frozen section in most Denver grocery stories have, for decades, consisted of the same products
Crossover flavors: Cranberry Challah Doughnuts
Rocky Mountain JewNov 18, 2021
It’s not quite Thanksgivukkah — that won’t happen again for over 77,000 years — but we’re close this year, with Chanukah beginning just as Thanksgiving weekend...
Tested: Nanny’s Apple Cake
Rocky Mountain JewSep 15, 2021
Back at the end of June, “Short Takes” featured seven Jewish foodie TikTokers to follow. One of them was Jake Cohen, a former food journalist turned social media...
A peachy Rosh Hashanah
Rocky Mountain JewAug 19, 2021
Very rarely do these two wonderful things coincide: Palisade peach season and Rosh Hashanah. With an earlier Rosh Hashanah this year, starting at sundown on Sept. 6, all...
Farmer’s hash is morning fuel
Rocky Mountain JewJun 16, 2021
As suggested in this week’s Generations magazine, a healthy breakfast not only starts your day right, but before a workout it will help improve performance both inside...
Matt Preston’s classic cheesecake
Rocky Mountain JewMay 13, 2021
It’s just not Shavuot without a slice of cheesecake. We’ve tried in previous years to do down different dessert routes, and while we produced luscious, dairy treats...