Norene Gilletz: Second Helpings, Please! on CBC Radio
Now in its 17th edition after 49 years, former Montrealer Norene Gilletz talks about her classic cookbook, still used as a reference for many people on classic Jewish cooking and baking.
Will You “Bee” My Honey?
Rosh Hashanah is associated with honey, symbolizing sweetness for the coming New Year. Honey cake and carrot tzimmes are traditional staples, but below are some recipes that will add special sweetness to your yom tov table!
Recipes included: HONEY GARLIC CHICKEN WINGS, HONEY GARLIC SPARE RIBS, SWEET & SOUR BBQ BRISKET, CHICKEN MARVELOSA, HONEY ROASTED PARSNIPS AND CARROTS, HONEY CHIFFON CAKE [ … ]
Simanim–Sign Me Up for a Sweet, Healthy New Year!
Rosh Hashanah is usually associated with apples and honey, symbolizing sweetness for the coming New Year. In our family, honey cake, apple cake or strudel and a carrot tzimmes sweetened with honey are always on the menu. The following are recipes that include some of the special symbolic foods—the simanim—eaten on Rosh Hashanah: fish, pomegranates, carrots, honey, beets, dates, raisins and apples. Enjoy in good health!
Recipes included: BAKED SALMON WITH MUSHROOM STUFFING, NORENE’S POMEGRANATE CHICKEN, NORENE’S ROASTED BEET SALAD, COUSCOUS, MEDITERRANEAN-STYLE, APPLE STRUDEL IN THE ROUND [ … ]