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Category: Jewish Eats
brocha recipe honey cake chitribe

Kosher Bourbon Orange Honey Cake from Brocha

Kosher Honey Cake with FAKE Maple Bacon from Busy Mom Allstar Brocha Brocha Benhiyoun is an amazing baker, creator of Urban Challah, helps run Chabad of Lincoln Park and also mother of infant twin boys! This Rosh HaShanah is different for Chabad of Lincoln Park but they are sharing delicious

duvshaniot recipe lashuk chitribe

Duvshaniot (Honey Cookies) Recipe from LaShuk

Israeli Rosh HaShanah Treats from the Creator of LaShuk Straight from the kitchen of Chef Yosi Alhadif of LaShuk, you have to try this Israeli Rosh HaShanah treat called “Duvshaniot”. These round honey spiced cookies are an essential part of the holiday for the Alhadifs. Yosi is a graduate of

moroccan salmon recipe chitribe

Moroccan Salmon Recipe by Laura Elkayam

This Elkayam family recipe is course number 2 of 4 in a typical shabbat or holiday meal. If eaten right, you never use your fork (and instead nudge and scoop the salmon with its surrounding sauce (called ‘H’raime’) with a generous nub of challah). It elevates the meal and opens up the appetite for more yummy food! As is the case with all authentic North African/Middle Eastern recipes, Laura could not give the exact measurements, but she does her best to describe the qualities and process to get the perfect Morrocan Salmon.

real snacks chitribe noah shaffer

Real Snacks Are Kosher and Based in Chicago

Meet Noah Shaffer, CEO of Real Snacks The goal actually is not to primarily service the Kosher-eating community (although of course, that is a goal), rather to bring healthier meat snacks to everyone. Where are you from? I grew up in Skokie, IL.  Where did you go to school? I

Chicago Spots for this Winter chitribe

Dating Apps and Chicago Spots for this Winter

Winter is here and dating app season is upon us. Dating apps and dating websites have given the average Jewish-romance starved millennial a plethora of choice, for better or for worse. Living in a big city like Chicago, it is hard to decide: Drinks? Dancing? Introduce them to your parents

scone gnomes chitribe

The Chicago Channukah Scone

Meet The Scone Gnomes: Jeremie and Tiffany Forgot jelly donuts, hannukah scones are the move. Buttery flakey white chocolate goodness…You need to try them. The gnomes are hard at work filling orders and including a special Channukah option.  These locally made holiday scones  are brought to us by ChiTribe contributor

bartleby's ice cream cakes chitribe

Miraculously Local Bartleby’s Jelly Donut Ice Cream for Channukah

Miraculously Local Bartleby’s Jelly Donut Ice Cream for Channukah Available NOW to order delivery or pickup in the Chicago area Enter the code SUFGANIYOT at checkout to save 10%. Why eat a thousand calories if they don’t all taste delicious? Bartleby’s Chanukah dessert package features our original Jelly Donut ice cream, which really

Top 6 Bagel Places for Break Fast 2019 in Chicagoland

Top 6 Bagel Places for Break Fast 2019 in Chicagoland Looking for the traditional bagels and lox binge this Jewish New Year? End Yom Kippur off right with delicious local bagels – Tradition, tradition, tradition! According to our recent survey, Chicago voted and here are the top 6 best bagels

6 Places to Break the Yom Kippur Fast That Aren't Bagels and Schmear chitribe

5 Places to Break the Yom Kippur Fast in Chicago

 5 Places to Break the Yom Kippur Fast in Chicago Yom Kippur is quickly approaching, which means two things: 1) a fast for the day of atonement and 2) a post-fasting feast. Growing up this probably meant a huge spread full of bagels, schmear, tuna salad, egg salad, fruit trays,

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Jeremie’s Favorite Rosh Hashanah Apple Cake Recipe

Jeremie’s Favorite Rosh Hashanah Apple Cake Recipe for 2019 If you are feeling up for making a homemade dessert this year, stop by the farmers market, pick up five of your favorite apples and try out this simple crowd pleasing recipe!   Ingredients: 5 apples (I like the tartness of