There is a long-standing tradition of adding fruit to savoury dishes at Rosh Hashanah, with dishes such as Apricot Chicken and Tzimmes (carrots with dried fruits) being particularly popular choices in many Ashkenazi homes. Apples, pomegranates and dates are also common additions to Rosh Hashanah fare due to their status as Simanim. A delightfully interactive and rather less traditional approach to bringing stuffed foods to your table this year, we have created a spin on Chinese duck pancakes with a sweet, sticky and tangy marmalade chicken filling.
Our cream cheese-filled puff pastry Torah scrolls are a great way to celebrate the tradition of eating dairy at Shavuot, and reminding others about the real Shavuot celebration – the receiving of the Torah at Mount Sinai. Receiving the Torah on Shavuot directly correlates with the Children of Israel receiving the laws of Kashrut, and […]
Makes 8 mini (10cm / 4″) Cheesecakes or 1 large (23cm / 9”) ‘New York Style’ Baked Cheesecake Prep time: 30 mins | Cooking time: approx 30 mins Let’s talk about “The Cheesecake Festival” Shavuot, widely known as “the cheesecake festival” actually plays a pivotal role in the story of the Jewish people. More than […]
Immersive Ten Plagues Seder Menu: Plagues 9 & 10 – Darkness & Death of the Firstborn Serves 6+ Prep time: 35-50 mins | Cooking time: 30 mins | Cooling time: 1-2 hours Our final conversation starter. How does one talk about the plagues of Darkness and Death of the Firstborn whilst offering guests a sweet […]
Immersive Ten Plagues Seder Menu: Plague 7 – Hail Serves 6 N.B. This recipe requires a spherical ice mould. Here’s the one we used. Prep time: 5 mins | Chilling time: up to 24 hours “And there was hail, and fire flaming within the hail, very heavy, the likes of which had never been throughout […]