MakomNY is a community that works hard to connect people to people. Cooking and food is often a great way to do that. Here find our recipes that help connect our people.
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ROUND CHALLAH for ROSH HASHANAH
Though challah is delicious every week, it is particularly good on the holidays. On Rosh Hashanah we bake round challah to remind us of the cycle of the calendar year, and the cycle of life. Often people include raisins, apples, cinnamon or other options in their Rosh Hashanah challah.
APPLE KUGEL for ROSH HASHANAH
What is Rosh Hashanah without some apple yummies? Join Rabbi Bravo in cooking some delicious apple kugel. There are many other Rosh Hashanah recipes below as well. Or email us your favorites and we will post for others. Enjoy!
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MATZAH MAKING AT HOME
This year some of us may find we have a little extra time on our hands. Or perhaps we did not get to the store to buy matzah for Passover. No problem. It is so easy to make your own matzah, and you will have the ingredients in your pantry.
CHAROSET - THE SIMPLE KIND
One of the stapes of every seder and seder plate is Charoset. There are so many kinds of charoset out there. This is a very simple Ashkenaz recipe that anyone can make, and it is very flexible with basic ingredients.
CHICKEN SOUP - YOUR GRANDMOTHER'S WAY
There is nothing like a homemade pot of chicken soup. Easy to make, a great food that goes a long way, and tastes delicious. Perfect for Passover or any other time of the year. Matzah balls are of course a must!
BRISKET - EASY AND YUMMY
A basic staple for meat eaters at Jewish holidays is brisket. Perhaps you only cook it twice a year, or perhaps it is a staple in your home. Either way - it is a great main course, for Passover or for any time.
SWEET TURKEY MEATBALLS
Meatballs are often a great appetizer, a wonderful main course, or anything in between. Use turkey meat or red meat and make this delicious entree for Passover or all year long.