When I think back on my winter break highlights, most of them include a completely cold-weather trip, specifically ski trips.
Stuffing fingers into fat gloves, seeing my own breath, and of course, makeshift meals—vacation style. I am always thinking along the lines of foods that warm and nourish after days of snow, red cheeks, and achy muscles. There’s something about those foods; it’s not just about sustenance or where you are when you’re eating them. It’s about the ability to curl up with a bowl, slow the pace of life, disconnect for a bit, and nourish your connections.
Chanie Nayman and the Kosher.com Staff
Homemade Potato Borekas by Marilyn Ayalon
Make your potato borekas into a meal by preparing them fresh and serving them with great toppings!
Pesto Chicken Salad with Crunchy Rice by Tali Kleiner
This salad is the perfect appetizer for Shabbos! Enjoy how easy this delicious recipe is to prepare.
Roasted Ratatouille Pasta from the Dining In Cookbook
The easiest chicken that is bursting with flavor and takes a few minutes to throw together with minimal dishes is a win/win kind of dish!
Mini Hasselback Sausages by Erin Grunstein
These adorable and delicious hasselback sausages are a family favorite.
Chocolate Chip Cake from the Nitra Cookbook
Bring chocolate chip cookies to a new level with this chocolate chip cake. Chewy, sweet, and chocolatey, a perfect Shabbos treat.