This is a flourless, rich, dense cake which is as creamy as cheesecake- so serve tiny slices. It is a passover recipe (just make sure to dust the pan with Passover cake meal instead of flour) but would be delicious year round. Enjoy!
Breakfast was my favorite meal (by far) when in Israel. Salads and vegetables in general are very common for breakfast. This mixed cheese salad was a favorite and leaves lots of room for variations. Enjoy! (Cook time is just rest time)
This is a flaky Yemenite bread that my friend Yechiel taught me to make in Israel. It is delicious with puréed tomatoes and zhoug (a spicy condiment--I posted the recipe separately) or with honey. Well worth the effort! (Cook time is rest time).
This is a very tasty yemenite hot sauce recipe which comes from Joan Nathan. It is a great condiment with real heat and flavour. It can be used in spreads, salad dressings, soups, marinades. You name it. Enjoy!