Nechama Cohen, Founder and Executive Director of the Jewish Diabetes Association (JDA)< and author of EnLITEned Kosher Cooking

Give your July 4th cookout a special homemade touch by serving this Old-Fashioned Iced Tea. Iced tea is easy to prepare, more economical than buying soda, juice and other flavored drinks, and deliciously refreshing to drink on a hot summer day.

Give your July 4th cookout a special homemade touch by serving this Old-Fashioned Lemonade. This flavorful drink cools, refreshes and brings back lovely memories.

During the summer months, we like to prepare an iced coffee concentrate just before Shabbos. Then during the long, hot Sabbath day, we just add some milk for a delicious ice coffee treat.

Lahuhua is a spongy, soft and flexible flat bread that is made in a skillet. Yemenite Jews traditionally eat Lahuhua with soup or stew.

In her wonderful cookbook, <i>Levana's Table - Kosher Cooking for Everyone</i>, Levana Kirshchenbaum introduces this recipe for Moroccan Fish Cakes in Lemon Sauce as the Moroccan answer to gefilte fish.

Onion Bagel Strips

This kosher recipe for parve Onion Bagel Strips comes from the cookbook of Tamar Ansh, A Taste of Challah - A Comprehensive Guide to Challah and Bread Making. I just have one word - YUM!

Susan Portman is a very talented artist who also knows how to cook artfully. She highly recommends her mother's Sweet and Sour Tongue recipe. Susan likes to serve this tender and tasty kosher meat dish for the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.