An every-day, Gluten-free, Kosher for Passover, Perfect for Easter Delicious Flourless Chocolate Cake!
Don’t worry that Passover’s almost over and Easter’s today. You’ll want this every day! Cakes don’t get easier or more rewarding than this one. Oh, and they don’t get more chocolaty or delicious than this either.
The New York Times is reporting that we're in a Gefilte shortage. Which is really no place to be this time of year. Visit Zabar's - stop by our store or shop online! It's here and delicious!
Gefilte Fish Is Scarce This Passover. Taste Buds Are Ambivalent. "Eating gefilte fish is not a requirement of the annual Seder, as the recitation of the four questions and the eating of matzo are. But it is part of the holiday tradition in many Jewish homes to put out, in addition to the brisket and macaroons, the small, white patties of gefilte fish." Read the full article in The New York Times
Are you cooking all day in preparation for Passover? If your Matzoh balls won't float (or you just need a few extras) stop by Zabar's today for all your Passover Seder dinner dishes. Or order them online all week long: http://www.zabars.com/
Bite into a most delicate, out of this world, wonderful cookie - enjoy!
Now available at Zabars.com: 9MacarOn's Handmade French Macarons! A delicate crisp meringue outside with delicious, rich fillings. Kosher certified and naturally Gluten Free, everybody will adore them. Made in NYC!
I want to let you know that we enjoyed real New York bagels this Sunday morning.You are absolutely correct: they freeze and toast beautifully. We loved the asiago bagel for lunch yesterday. Our freezer never looked so good!
We will definitely be ordering more bagels and other tasty foods from Zabar's!
We made this for Zabar's office last week (OK, it's not Passover yet, but we couldn't wait). The plate was clean in about 30 seconds (I'm pretty sure some folks came back for 2nds). The aromatic, citrusy flavor of cardamom makes this simple cake outstanding.
We are getting ready for passover! Join us on Sunday, April 6th for a Passover cooking class and recipe tasting with The JCC in Manhattan's Chef Instructor and Cookbook Author, Jennifer Abadi at Zabar's 2nd Floor Houseware Mezzanine.
Sunday, April 6, 2014, FREE 2:00 - 3:30 pm and again at 4 - 5:30 pm
Join us at Zabar's, 2245 Broadway, NYC at 80th Street, in our 2nd Floor Housewares Mezzanine call 212.787.2000 for more information
What Jennifer will be cooking: 1. Yemenite Style Charoset with Black Raisins, Toasted Sesame Seeds, Dates, and Apples 2. Moroccan Stewed Prunes with Onions, Cinnamon, Sugar, and Toasted Whole Almonds 3. Persian Flourless Pistachio Cake with Cardamom Syrup
More about Jennifer Felicia Abadi Chef instructor Jennifer Felicia Abadi specializes in Syrian-Jewish cuisine and is the author and illustrator of A Fistful of Lentils, her cookbook-memoir.
More about JCC The JCC in Manhattan’s Culinary Arts program offers hands-on classes, guest chef demonstrations and private cooking parties for all skill levels in our state-of-the-art kosher culinary studio. www.jccmanhattan.org/culinary The JCC in Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Avenue at 76th Street
I've been making banana bread lately, a lot of Banana Bread. It kind of goes in waves, where I'll send the kids to school with it every day - then there will be a big break for a while. Lucky for them I'm in a banana bread mood!
I decided it was time to experiment with my last recipe (2011). The espresso addition in the last Banana Bread recipe was good, but a little dark for what I'm looking forward to now that it's spring. I want something that pops with brightness and lightness. The new addition of orange juice makes this happen.
Another change I made is to quickly cook the bananas before adding them to the recipe. It softens them, brings out more banana-y flavor and makes it really easy to thoroughly mash them, integrating them more completely into the bread.
I really think this is the one! It's almost too good - it seems to disappear! Beyond the taste, it’s fun to make. I can get this in the oven in about 10 minutes so there's always time for Banana Bread!