Panzanella Salad

With the weather warming up and the produce in peak season, it’s no wonder the month of May is National Salad Month. The sunshine-filled summer days allows a little more breathing room for lighter and refreshing meals with none as popular to dine on than salads. But when we say salad, we’re not thinking of your […]

Chocolate Raspberry Crepe Cake

Mother’s Day is right around the corner and what better way to show Mom some love than with something sweet? While we should approach each day as though it were Mother’s Day, May 14th is the day to treat her to something special. After all, it’s the thought that really counts and homemade dessert is […]

Strawberry Rhubarb Crumb Bars

Hooray for rhubarb season! Besides lemons, fennel and artichokes, nothing screams springtime more than rhubarb. We absolutely cannot let the season pass by without helping ourselves to the ultimate pie plant. Although not normally eaten on its own, rhubarb when combined with strawberries is one exquisite combination. With the intense tartness of the rhubarb balanced by […]

Roasted Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

Cinco de Mayo is coming up which means it’s time to put on our party hats and throw a festive party! The holiday celebrates Mexico’s unexpected victory over the French army at the 1862 Battle of Puebla. However, Cinco de Mayo is not just commemorated by those living in Mexico but the United States as […]

Roasted Lemon Garlic Chicken

If there’s one food holiday we can’t resist celebrating this April, it’s National Garlic Month! This time of the year, we’re commemorating all things pungent, sweet and spicy with the ultimate delicious vegetable bulb. Fragrant and flavorful, garlic is one necessary go-to ingredient found in most cuisines around the world. We can never get enough […]

Easter Brunch Casserole

Easter Sunday always calls for a fancy celebration. This springtime holiday is an affair best enjoyed in the daytime with Easter egg hunts for the kids, followed by a festive brunch among family and friends. On the menu you’ll most likely find classic breakfast favorites such as Pixie Tangerine Crepes, Carrot and Pineapple Cake or […]

DYPs® Kugel Gratin

Passover is coming up and with that comes the traditional Seder meal, followed by another eight days of celebration. Although the Seder consists of a ceremonial feast accompanied by symbolic foods such as horseradish, matzah and haroset, the other days leave a little extra room for creativity. As long as the foods eaten during this […]