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‪#‎Kanafeh‬, ‪#‎Künefe‬ or ‪#‎Kadayif‬ is a cheese butter pastry soaked in sweet syrup, I call it delicious! https://ExploreTraveler.com

Kanafeh, Künefe or Kadayif is a cheese butter pastry soaked in sweet syrup, I call it delicious!

another beautiful lattice. dried fruit tart

Woven Dried-Fruit Tart

Dried Fruit Pie with a Star of David crust-great for Hanukkah or any Jewish holiday.

Pumpkin Challah Centerpiece with Honey Butter | 29 Miraculous Foods To Make For Hanukkah

29 Miraculous Foods To Make For Hanukkah

Learn to make a lovely edible Pumpkin Challah Centerpiece with decorative Cinnamon Honey Butter for your holiday table. Kosher, Dairy or Pareve.

Fruit and Cream Cheese Breakfast Pastries | Just a Taste | Bloglovin’

Fruit and Cream Cheese Breakfast Pastries (Just a Taste)

Skip the freezer aisle in favor of a quick and easy recipe for cream cheese breakfast pastries starring any type of fruit.(can use Mascapone cheese)

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19 Israeli Delicacies That Aren't Hummus

So everyone knows that in Israel, hummus flows almost as freely as water. but there's way more to Israeli food than that! Borrowing flavors from the cultures that live within the state, Israeli

لحم بعجين على الطريقة العراقية معكم صدبقة زاكي المميزة انتصار حازم مقادير العجينة 5 أكواب طحين 2 وربع كوب ماء اكثر او أقل حسب نوع الطحين 2/3  كوب زيت ذرة 1/4 ملعقة صغيرة ملح...

لحم بعجين على الطريقة العراقية معكم صدبقة زاكي المميزة انتصار حازم مقادير العجينة 5 أكواب طحين 2 وربع كوب ماء اكثر او أقل حسب نوع الطحين 2/3 كوب زيت ذرة 1/4 ملعقة صغيرة ملح...

Sticky Gingerbread

Sticky Gingerbread - a traditional Scottish recipe, great with butter as a snack, or served with caramel and whipped cream as a dessert! ~ **Tea & Gingerbread cake are a match made in heaven**

9 Halloween Desserts You've Never Seen Before.

9 Halloween Desserts You've Never Seen Before

What is Israeli cuisine? This was the question on everyone's mind during my 5-day Israel food tour in late June. My co-adventurers were all food bloggers as well, and we each came to Israel with vague notions of what to expect during our time there (lots of hummus and tahini!) but without a clear sense of what we were in for. Here's a quick look at what we experienced:

A Taste of Israel: Photos From a Food Tour

The Dutch Table: Pannenkoeken (Dutch Pancakes)...with thin apple slices and cinnamon-sugar.

The Dutch Table: Pannenkoeken met Appelstroop - certainly substantial enough for a dinner.

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