SIDES

SIDES

BRAISED RED CABBAGE 2.0

This is by far one of my favorite Ashkenazi dishes, for a humble dish of cabbage it really highlights the best in Ashkenazi cooking, taking

Read More »
SIDES

Mejadra with Black Eyed Peas

Another dish with multiple origins and multiple spellings, Mujadara and its crowd-pleasing status has kept it popular for centuries. It’s mouth-watering and savoury — and

Read More »
SIDES

Green Beans with tomatoes

Green beans are a traditional dish among Sephardi Jews on Rosh Hashana as they grow in abundance. In this recipe we sauté/steam the beans, doing

Read More »
SIDES

Couscous

To prepare couscous, follow instructions on the package and with a few additions, this quick and easy staple can go from humdrum to special. This

Read More »
SIDES

Carrot and Ginger Latkes

This latke alternative has a fresh zingy flavour that is a departure from the more traditional potato latke, but the spirit of Chanukah is not

Read More »
SIDES

Cheesy Potato Latkes

Take your classic potato latke and make it sing, by adding a mature strong flavoured hard cheese. I use Mature Cheddar, but feel free to

Read More »