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My family celebrated both Hanukkah and Christmas; boughs of pine, lights and a menorah decorated our living room. My mother loved bringing family and friends together for dinner and holidays. 596 more words


@PortoRicoImport One of each please Delicious #Rugelah (Brooklyn made!!) Apricot, Chocolate & Raspberry this was perfect with my morning #EastVillage Coffee thank you! #PortoRicoImports The Finest Coffees and Teas since 1907. 18 more words


Tuesdays with Dorie; Rugelah

I first tried rugelah when visiting New York City for Christmas shopping. It was a great weekend where my brothers friends gave us there hi rise, midtown condo to use while they went to their house in the Hamptons,  so New Yorker! 359 more words

Baking With Julia


It’s easy to forget, with all the snow and holiday hoopla, just how much of winter is still yet to come after the new year.  The French use Epiphany as an excuse to keep eating sweets throughout the month of January, in the form of the… 932 more words


More cookie baking

OK… So I haven’t been good about posting my breads from the Bread Baker’s Apprentice challenge lately.  I have an excuse.  I’ve been just baking a ton of cookies.  245 more words

Baked Goodies


One Rugelah, many rugelach. The suffix lach (pronounced with a guttural h at the end) indicates a Yiddish plural. In the case of these small cream cheese filled cookies, one is never enough. 694 more words


Rugelah 101

Monday is Yom Kippur and I am baking loads of stuff for my friends 100 person “break fast”. This will be one of many desserts I am doing for her. 219 more words