Jenny Rosenstrach, the woman who made news by journaling her nightly dinners (for years!) captured in Dinner: A Love Story, does it again with a book that’s not only a celebration of celebrations, but also of the everyday moments that remind us how lucky we are to be together—to be family. Jenny’s latest book, How to Celebrate Everything, is easy to love and a joy to read.
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There is something extremely decadent about serving the warm walnuts in the center of this hummus from Ana Sortun. You’ll want to do it every single time.
You know you’re obsessed with tahini when the thought of drinking it seems a perfect idea. This is a very rich treat, best served in small cups with sesame seeds and a touch of flaky salt on top. Use a combination of bittersweet and smooth milk chocolate for the perfect texture and richness. This little […]
Fattoush is a classic Middle Eastern salad made with chopped tomato, romaine, herbs, and cucumber. It’s usually topped with small pieces of crispy, deep-fried pita bread and generously sprinkled with sumac, a delicious, tart spice with a slight raisin or sun-dried quality and bright crimson color. It’s one of Faith’s favorites.
These sesame bars are a best seller at Sofra Bakery & Café in Cambridge, Mass. Lots of brown sugar combined with a thick, raw honey produce the caramel that holds the nuts and sesame seeds together over a thick shortbread crust. We know exactly what you’re thinking: Homemade Christmas or Hanukkah gift!