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The Jews of Salonika used to bake el pan de siete cielos – the bread of the seven heavens – as part of their Shavuot celebrations. El pan de siete cielos is a rich fatty bread, flavoured with anise extract or arak. It is sculpted into shapes connected to Shavuot. Traditional shapes included some or all […]
A deliciously simple cheesecake made using Stork and Biscoff biscuits.
On Shavuot we celebrate the giving of the Torah. Shavuot is also known as Chag HaKatzir (the Harvest Festival), since it marks the start of the wheat harvest and the end of the barley harvest. It may remind us that many more people can be sustained on vegetarian diets than on animal-based diets. The Torah […]
A delicious treat from Zoe Marks.
This take on a classic is a guaranteed crowd pleaser and will be the perfect dessert to share with friends and family once we are allowed to entertain again. The Salted Caramel Apple Pie recipe combines rich apple filling with the salty and sweet flavours of salted caramel and is best when served warm with […]
This cake is ideal for just about any occasion, from birthday celebrations, afternoon tea or for just surviving another week of lockdown! This recipe from Flora makes the most delicious cake every time, it’s the perfect vegan treat and is made using Flora Original, which is made from 100% natural ingredients and: Certified vegan, dairy-free and gluten-free […]
A lovely, easy and fun to make treat for Chanukah! These doughnuts are best when served immediately, but they can be stored in airtight containers overnight.
Recipe by Dr. Michelle Braude aka The Food Effect Doctor. Quick and easy to make, these ‘no-bake’ clusters (my take on those famous Hazelnut balls) require just a few ingredients. Delicious and low in sugar, they’re perfect home-made treats.
Tasty treats from Nush.