Kosher for Passover

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Persian-Spiced French Brisket

Cardamom, cinnamon, cumin, sumac, limes, red wine and more….makes for a hearty and delicious brisket! Continue reading

Sweet and Sour Brisket

You may have a tried and true brisket recipe. But if you’re new to meat, or looking for something new, here’s a simple brisket preparation that will be sure to delight one and all. Continue reading

Seared Duck Breast with Cherries

Cherries braised gently with ginger, red wine vinegar and kirsch are the perfect sweet-tart counterpart to rich duck breasts. Continue reading

Coffee-Chile Lamb Chops

Ancho and chipotle peppers combine to add a rich depth of flavor, without a lot of heat, in this delicious dry rub for all lamb chops. Continue reading

Lemon Pepper Lamb Chops with Mango Chutney

This simple rub can be used on Lamb Chops, Shoulder Chops or Rainbow Chops for delicious results! Continue reading

Slow-Roasted Lamb Riblets

When slow cooked or smoked, these juicy morsels become incredibly tender, and the flavor of the fat is as rich as marrow. Continue reading

Red Wine and Honey Brisket

A sweet and flavorful recipe for Brisket and other Braising Roasts that will usher in any Jewish holiday with cheer. Continue reading

Red Wine Top of the Rib

With only seven ingredients, transform this tender roast (or any braising roast such as Brisket or Deckel) into a tender, succulent feast. Continue reading

Lamb Shanks for the Slow Cooker

With this delicious recipe, cook your lamb shanks overnight — without heating up your kitchen. The flavorful sauce is great on noodles, potatoes or polenta. Continue reading

Cracked Pepper Filet Mignon

A truly great steak needs very little to make it hum. These simple steps will get you well on your way to a delicious dining experience! Continue reading

Braised Dark-Meat Turkey with Herbs

adapted for kosher cooking from Bon Appetit, recipe by Allison Roman 2 skin-on, bone-in Turkey Drumsticks (about 1½ lb.) 2 skin-on, bone-in Turkey Thighs (about 2 lb.) Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 medium onion, chopped 2 large leeks, white and pale-green parts only, chopped 6 celery stalks, thinly … Continue reading

Braised Brisket or Deckel with Onions

Here’s a simple preparation for roasts that do well with moist, slow heat, such as Brisket, Deckel, Minute Roast or Chuck Roast. Continue reading

A French Take on American Brisket

In this recipe, traditional brisket meets French techniques. The result: a modern, elegant version of this beloved meat dish.

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Lamb Roast with Charoset Stuffing

Don’t wait for Passover to serve this delicious lamb roast with dates, pecans, apples and garlic! Continue reading

Red Wine Braised Flanken

Slow cooked with red wine and herbs, these succulent morsels take very little time to prepare and are positively delicious! Continue reading

Easy Brisket

This simple method for cooking brisket will be sure to please! Continue reading

Roasted Chicken Thighs with Carrots and Potatoes

Perfect for when the weather turns colder, this one-dish meal will warm you from the inside. Continue reading

Kofta Mishmisheya (Meatballs in Apricot Sauce)

A sweet flavorful meatball recipe from Claudia Roden, with apricots, cloves and raisins, that can be made with lamb or beef. Continue reading

Horseradish Burgers

If you like the sharp taste of horseradish year round, and not just on Passover, you may be inspired, as I was, to add it to your ground meat to make a horseradish burger.  Sounds delicious, right?  It does to me too.  But it doesn’t work.  The flavor compounds in fresh horseradish are extremely volatile, … Continue reading

Roast Chicken With Caramelized Ramps, Garlic and Capers

This new recipe for Roast Chicken comes from Melissa Clark from the NY Times.  Clark explains about her recipe:  “It’s really not a whole new recipe unto itself, just a few tweaks on a classic: chicken roasted in a hot cast-iron skillet.  The premise of the original technique is that by heating a cast-iron skillet … Continue reading