RSSAll Entries in the "Recipes" Category

Quick and Light Holiday Desserts: How to Keep from Popping Those Buttons After Big Meals

Quick and Light Holiday Desserts: How to Keep from Popping Those Buttons After Big Meals

By Eileen Goltz Special to The Standard For some reason portion control goes out the window on the Jewish holidays. Four ginormous helpings of brisket and kiski? No problem. Nine hunks of challah slathered in honey? Why not, you can walk it off later when you head back to shul. All in all, the food [...]

Cashew Salmon Salad

Delightfully Light Lunches for Rosh Hashanah and Beyond

By EILEEN GOLTZ Special to The Standard With the length of the walk home from shul on Rosh Hashanah growing in direct proportion to the unpredictable September day’s temperature and humidity it’s important to have the kind of lunch waiting to that doesn’t add to your perspiration.  Sure, cholent, chicken or brisket are nice but [...]

Guide for Getting Everything Together for the Holiday  From Festive Food and Drinks to Flowers and Looking Good

Guide for Getting Everything Together for the Holiday From Festive Food and Drinks to Flowers and Looking Good

By Danielle Puma Rosh Hashanah and the eve of Yom Kippur are fast approaching and that means it’s time to stock up on goodies for your festive holiday meals. There are great places in The Five Towns that have a wide selection of food, alcohol, flowers and even new clothes to wear for the special [...]

New Twists on Rosh Hashanah Brisket: These aren’t your Grandmother’s Brisket Recipes

New Twists on Rosh Hashanah Brisket: These aren’t your Grandmother’s Brisket Recipes

BY EILEEN GOLTZ Special to The Standard There are two things that are fundamental for the perfect brisket, the right recipe and your family sitting around the Yontif table asking for seconds. Brisket, that quintessential cut of meat that seems to grace our tables anytime we have to serve more than six is back in [...]

Delicious New Takes on Honey Cake: The Traditional Holiday Dessert is Turned on its Head

Delicious New Takes on Honey Cake: The Traditional Holiday Dessert is Turned on its Head

By EILEEN GOLTZ Special to The Standard Oh joy it’s that one time of year we get to eat honey cake (yes, this is sarcasm).  Ok, before you get your yontif nose out of joint I will freely admit that I’m among the minority of the tribe that really never cared for this quintessential holiday [...]

Ice Box Cake for the Last Hot Days of Summer

Ice Box Cake for the Last Hot Days of Summer

By EILEEN GOLTZ Special to The Standard Anyone who has ever read one of my columns knows I am a huge fan of dessert. In fact, if given the choice, I’ll eat it first. While baking something is my typical motis operandi when the temperature and humidity starts edging toward thermo nuclear meltdown my feelings [...]

Watermelon and Feta Salad

Watermelon Recipes: Beyond the Barbeque

Watermelon Recipes: Beyond the Barbeque   BY EILEEN GOLTZ Special to The Standard   My foodie friends and I are firm believers in hostess/host gifts. Nothing huge, just flowers, a bottle of wine or some really good chocolates that are too expensive to buy for yourself but that we’re all secretly hoping hosts will open [...]

Watermelon Recipes: Beyond the Barbeque

BY EILEEN GOLTZ Special to The Standard My foodie friends and I are firm believers in hostess/host gifts. Nothing huge, just flowers, a bottle of wine or some really good chocolates that are too expensive to buy for yourself but that we’re all secretly hoping hosts will open before the evening is over. A nice [...]

Watermelon Ice Pops

Sophisticated Ice Pops to Help Beat the Heat

BY EILEEN GOLTZ Special to The Standard   There is nothing quite like a Popsicle™  to help beat the heat. We’ve all, at one time or another, filled up paper cups with juice or a pureed fruit and juice mixture, plunked a popsicle stick in it and stuck it in the freezer for 4 or 5 [...]

Taco Burger with green chili salsa

Inventive Burger Recipes for Father’s Day Barbeque

BY EILEEN GOLTZ Special to The Standard   Growing up the only time my dad cooked was when it was barbeque time.  This is not to say that my dad was a good barbeque-er but rather, he was an enthusiastic barbeque-er who always surprised us with how he always managed to come within an inch [...]

Chicken Tamale Casserole

Make Hot Tamale Pies and Casseroles for Cinco de Mayo

By Eileen Goltz Special to The Standard   In honor of Cinco de Mayo (5th of May), that wonderful Mexican holiday celebrating the Mexican army’s victory over French troops at the Battle of Puebla in 1862, I try to make tamales. Every Cinco de Mayo for the past five years I fail to make anything [...]

Maple Glazed Stuffed Turkey Breast

Yummy Springtime Cooking with Maple Syrup

By Eileen Goltz Special to The Standard   For some reason most people associate the taste of maple syrup with fall and winter foods.  That’s just wrong because maple syrup is harvested in early spring. In parts of Indiana, Michigan and other northeastern America states people are tapping (drilling a small hole in the tree) [...]

  • Follow Us

Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement