Recipes

 

OneTable Live | Pati Jinich Talks (and Cooks!) Shabbat with Jake Cohen

Last Thursday, Pati Jinich, host of the two-time James Beard Award-winning and three-time Emmy nominated PBS television series “Pati’s Mexican Table,” joined us virtually for a conversation and cooking demo with Jewish Food Influencer & OneTable [...]
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OneTable Live | Mike Solomonov Talks (and Cooks!) Shabbat with Jake Cohen

Last Thursday, five-time James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Solomonov joined us virtually for a conversation and cooking demo with Jewish Food Influencer & OneTable Board Member/Superhost Jake Cohen. They had a little something to say [...]
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OneTable Live | Diaspora Dinners

Leftover Matzah? Just always want matzo brei and macaroons no matter what time of year it is? Literally same. We got together with Diaspora Dinners (@diasporadinners) to make Passover friendly eats that are delicious regardless [...]
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Shabbat Swaps: Best Hacks When You’re Missing Ingredients

If you’re anything like the OneTable Team, you spend the week before each Shabbat dinner scouring the Internet (oh hey, Bon Appetit) for the perfect recipes to make your guests. And if you’re anything like the [...]
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[Slow] Cookin’ up Shabbat

We know it can be daunting to prepare a meal for Friday night. How will you cook everything after a long workday? How can you ensure your dishes are perfectly timed and nice and hot [...]
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Here’s The Challah Recipe You Should Be Making Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Lemme hear a holla for that challah! Which kind, you might ask? It’s all up to the stars, we answer. Aries ZAATAR AND OLIVE | A challah as spicy as your personality. The zaatar spread [...]
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Take It Outside

It’s summer, so why not bring your Shabbat dinner outdoors? Here are some tips + tricks for your next al fresco Shabbat, whether you’re camping or at a music festival — make Shabbat a nourishing [...]
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Summertime Sippin’ | Cucumber Mint Juleps

There are many different ways to make this recipe, but it came about because I received cucumbers in my Ugly CSA box, and had to come up with something to make sure nothing went to [...]
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TableSide with Mandylicious Challah

Mandy Silverman grew up in St. Louis, went to college in Ann Arbor (Go Blue!), and started Mandylicious nearly 6 years ago in Sharon, MA. Her one-of-a-kind challah and babka inventions are stuffed or topped [...]
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Flavors of the Past | Diana in Denver

Diana Lizmi is a Texas native who loves all things food — you can find her cooking and baking for friends and winning hearts through full bellies. She grew up in a Morrocan and Lebanese [...]
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