I've got a secret. During the past few weeks, for many house guests, friends and family, I have been creating the World's. Best. Sandwiches. Ever. Now I feel badly that I've kept this from you for so long, and I'm here to make amends. I can't put my finger on what makes these sandwiches (panini, really) so remarkable. Could it be the caramelized onions? The home-cooked corned beef? The quick and easy cole slaw? The slices of Swiss cheese? Or could it be all of that forced together under the weight of the panini press, until the layers fuse and...
Give beef brisket a sweet-and-sour tang with a gravy made from pomegranate molasses and mint. So unusual, and easy to cook in the crockpot. Leftovers make great sandwiches, too.
Oven-baked matzoh brei will liberate your from messy stove-top cooking, and you'll be making this baked egg and matzoh dish all year long. Caramelized onions add sweetness, or omit them for a more traditional egg breakfast.
Set your crockpot to cook this sweet-and-sour red cabbage dish for the whole day, while you're at work, and come home to a wonderful all-purpose side dish that's just as good on hot dogs as it is on the holiday menu.
If you're going to a Soup Swap, this sweet and sour beef soup will be a great soup to bring.
Make these stuffed cabbage rolls ahead. Freeze. Pull out a couple for dinner any time.
Kids love potato pancakes. Adults love 'em, too. This is the traditional recipe for latkes.