Rosh Hashanah Pavlova
In this Pavlova, three of the traditional Rosh Hashanah foods come together in a way that is sure to impress. The airy meringue shell is filled with honey-vanilla cream, topped with green apples and drizzled with pomegranate coulis.
Tu B’Shevat Truffles
Traditionally, we celebrate Tu B’Shevat, the New Year for trees, by eating fruits and nuts that are native to the Land of Israel (grapes, figs, pomegranates, olives and dates). Growing up, they’d always give out carob in school, which they called buxer (Yiddish for carob). They were long black pods…