Dish with two peach halves and a scoop of ice cream with a sprig of thyme.

Maple and Thyme Roasted Peaches

What’s with the combination of Maple  and Thyme Roasted Peaches? The funny thing about certain flavors, is that they transport you to a specific time or season. Maple makes me think of autumn and the smells of thyme transports me to the pot roast days. That’s what I LOVE about mixing up flavors of different […]

Strawberry Rhubarb crumble bars on a piece of parchment paper with fresh strawberries and mint

Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble Bars

  Is there a happier moment then seeing the trees start to blossom and turn green? For me it ties with the spring and summer fruit and vegetables that slowly trickle in and fill up my grocery’s produce section. This strawberry rhubarb crumble bars recipe is perfect for celebrating Spring! It puts the spotlight on […]

Oreo Rice Krispies Treats

  Hi all. I hope your finding some peace and quiet between all the Purim and Pesach prep.  Whatever it may be that gives you a moment to drink it all in and enjoy the moments, minus stress. I found it today,  dropping off my daughter at school. The rain was dancing on the roof […]

A fruit tart topped with fruits on the right side

Tu BiShvat Fruit Tart

  Every dish has it’s little story, wouldn’t you agree? I really really wanted to make a Tu BiShvat fruit tart, and fill it with silky pastry cream. Relive my culinary school days for a few. I found myself feeling a little lazy. I didn’t want to spend hours over a perfect little fruit tart. […]

Jelly Sufganiyot in vanilla sugar in a loaf pan

Jelly Sufganiyot Rolled in Vanilla Sugar

, . Let’s talk about these Jelly Sufganiyot rolled in Vanilla Sugar. When it comes to fried doughnuts,  I’ll take jelly every single time.  I don’t really eat jelly.  But what is Chanukah without a jelly doughnut????? Trust me, I’ve tried, in fact I made 4 other fillings before I said hey, forget this. I’m […]

Pumpkin Gingersnap Trifles

Well….It’s been around 70-80F outside lately. I kinda wish the air would turn a little bit crisper. I’m ready to cozy up  with a hot drink in exchange for my Rosé and  I already stocked up on canned pumpkin! I know it’ll come soon enough though! Here’s so here’s a really fun recipe with your […]

Apple Cake with Honey Ice Cream

Have you had your fill of honey cakes yet?! Every Rosh Hashanah I make my mums (Yossi’s mum) apple cake! It’s simple and so moist and delicious. I made it in mini springform pans for aesthetics but feel free to make it in a regular ole pan.  The honey whiskey ice cream is a fun […]

Apple Rose Tart

This was one of my first recipes ever published in AMI magazine. These beautiful rose tarts will be the perfect way to end your Yom Tov meal. Here’s proof that you can make beautiful things with minimal work! Yes, Yom Tov should be your best efforts, but don’t forget to make sure you don’t take […]

Blueberry Scones

I didn’t know much about scones until I married my husband. I thought Brits ate crumpets a lot and drank tea. But scones? Nah. Anyways, my first attempt at scones was blueberry.  Bursting with ripe in season blueberries and topped with crunch sugar, it was in my mind, the best thing British I had tasted […]

Bourbon S’mores Brownie

Toasted marshmallows evoke fond memories for lots of us. When we hear s’mores we think long summer nights, bonfires or bbqs, and family and friend get togethers. For me, it takes me back to when I would sleepover at my neighbor’s house and we would sneak in the kitchen to roast marshmallows over the stoves […]