It is comforting to know that Susie Fishbein included this recipe for Beef and Barley Soup in her Kosher By Design - Teens and 20-Somethings Cookbook. If my children can prepare this soup, then they'll never go hungry.

Jamie Geller, author of Quick and Kosher Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing, contributed this recipe for Brisket in Wine Sauce. Geller once again demonstrates how delicious and festive dishes can be easily and quickly prepared. Brisket is a popular J ...

Ground beef and puff pastry are a popular combination, especially for kids. When I have a large crowd over for Shabbat and want to serve a variety of main course dishes, I serve this Beef Strudel along side Roast Chicken. Rolling the pastry up like a jell ...

This Brisket and Beans recipe, which comes from my wife's grandmother Myrtle Katz z"l and was a favorite at her Shabbat table, is surprisingly delicious and simple to prepare. The beans enrich the meat, giving it fuller volume and great flavor. Serve this ...

Jamie Geller, author of <i><a href="http://kosherfood.about.com/od/koshercookbooks/gr/bk_geller.htm">Quick and Kosher Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing</a></i>, contributed this recipe for Brisket in Wine Sauce. Geller once again demonstrates how de ...

This Beef and Onion Stir-Fry is surprisingly easy. And what could be more tasty than beef with onions? Add variety to your Kosher Chinese meal with this meat stir-fry dish.

These Israeli Kizizot are made from ground dark turkey meat, and they get great flavor from onion, garlic and parsley. Instead of frying the meat patties, this recipe is for healthier kizizot cooked in a tomato vegetable sauce.

Susie Fishbein includes this recipe for Dry Rub Short Ribs in her Passover by Design cookbook. She writes that the slow braise in wine makes these ribs melt-in-your-mouth delicious. And she suggests serving them over mashed potatoes.

Everyone in our neighborhood in Israel knows to call E.T. with marinade questions. I like E.T.'s Honey Marinade best on boneless chicken thighs (pargiot in Hebrew), but E.T. says this marinade works well on any poultry.

This marinade couldn't be easier. It works great with all kinds of poultry, but we usually use this marinade on boneless chicken breasts. For best flavor, make sure to use fresh lemons and garlic.

The lemon in this marinade tenderizes the steaks. The soy, garlic and parsley work with the lemon to add super flavor to the meat. E.T.'s Marinade for Steak is easy and tasty.

Stuffed Cabbage takes time and effort to prepare, so it tends to be a Jewish holiday dish. Meat Stuffed Cabbage is traditionally served on Simchat Torah because the cylindrical shape of the meat-filled cabbage rolls is reminiscent of the shape of Torah.

This easy Sweet and Sour Brisket recipe is great for Shabbos as well as Purim and Hanukkah holiday meals. Just marinate the meat in a mixture of sauerkraut, peeled tomatoes and brown sugar, and then bake for 3 hours. It is amazingly easy to prepare a mois ...

One of the challenges I face in my life today is how to satiate the appetite of my always-hungry, 13-year-old son. I recently discovered that meatballs hit the spot. I call them Eazy Lazy Meatballs because they are easy enough for my son to make by himsel ...

You just walked in the door to find a house full of hungry kids? In ten minutes, this hot, child-friendly, and all-inclusive meal can be on the table. Just boil the pasta, boil the hotdogs, saute the carrots, and mix. Now you can go take a hot bubble bath ...

For a nice change from American hamburgers, try these Israeli Kizizot. They are made from ground dark turkey meat, and get great flavor from onion, carrot, garlic and parsley. Children love these fried turkey patties when served with farfel (pititim) and ...

Growing up in Israel, I foolishly thought <i>kizizot</i> were hamburgers. And then I went to America and met the real thing. And when my American girlfriend's parents served these hamburgers, the thought of proposing first crossed my mind.

In an effort to satiate the appetites of my teenage sons, I decided to fill the crock pot this morning with meat, potatoes and vegetables. It took me just 20 minutes to chop and throw everything into the pot. And the boys were thrilled to sit down to deli ...

In her book <i>That Hungarian's in my Kitchen</i>, Linda Radke shares her Hungarian Jewish Gramma's recipe for Hungarian Goulash. With beef, carrots and potatoes, this traditional stew makes a hearty meal-in-one.

Jewish Holiday Brisket

It wouldn't be a Jewish holiday in my home without brisket. This simple brisket recipe, which can be prepared in advance, produces moist, sweet meat which can be enjoyed throughout the holiday.