Recipes

 

Moroccan Chicken with Lemons and Olives

My mom grew up in Morocco, which means during the holidays I ate kofta (or as my mom says, kfita) instead of brisket, chickpea-squash soup instead of matzo balls, and a bright yellow chicken instead [...]
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Just can’t BEET it

An exclusive recipe from the chef and owner of DEZ, Eden Grinshpan.
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Get In the Winter Spirit(s)

Imagine walking into a Shabbat dinner and be offered a delicious warm cocktail. You’d immediately shake off that cold winter weather, ease into the relaxing Shabbat spirit and be ready to meet and greet friends. [...]
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Meat Me for Dinner

Google a sample Shabbat dinner menu and you'll see that meat is often featured prominently.  Judaism has a lot to say about eating meat: what kind of animals we can eat, how meat can be prepared, [...]
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Nourishing All Your Guests: A Vegan, Gluten-Free Shabbat Dinner

Hosting can be one of the most meaningful things we do to build our community. We invite new friends to our tables, we share stories, indulge in vibrant conversations, and eat delicious food. But sometimes [...]
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Help! What’s a good big batch summer cocktail?

Last week, I asked the OneTable team to help me get ready for a big Shabbat dinner event I’m planning that I (naturally) failed to think about until the last minute. Because I work with [...]
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Dreaming of Cheese: Cheese Plate Like a Pro

The Basics 1. Choose Different Types of Milk: cow, goat, sheep, raw/pasteurized, blended milks 2. Different Textures: I like to use 1 soft, 1 semi-firm, 1 aged and 1 blue cheese on all my plates. [...]
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Jake Cohen’s Shabbat Dinner Series | Last Minute Shabbat

Jake Cohen is a nice Jewish boy who loves food. He studied at the Culinary Institute of America, then worked the line at NYC institutions DANIEL and ABC Kitchen before transitioning out of restaurants and [...]
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Grilling with OneTable

It's Amanda here, the OneTable DMV Hazon JOFEE fellow, and I’m excited to share all about our recent Nosh:pitality event focused on outdoor cooking and seasonal food. Two weeks ago, we met at Cultivate the [...]
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