Pastel de Nuez is an old Sephardic walnut cake family recipe. It is a delicious, moist kosher recipe that is perfect for passover, but you can totally enjoy it all year round.
An elegant and unique spring salad with roasted grapes, feta, and matzo crumbles, this is perfect for Passover but it can be eaten anytime.
Sweet potatoes and carrots are tossed in tahini dressing before being roasted and served with figs, walnuts, feta, and fresh mint and basil. A beautiful vegetarian side dish.
Sweet, nutty, and with pockets of creamy blue cheese, these scones are perfect with your morning coffee and can be baking in your oven in no time.
An easy holiday appetizer perfect for entertaining, you can even make the puff pastry bites with a make-ahead and freeze option.
There it is, the best of summer’s corn in a dessert bowl. The crunch of nut brittle with a touch of heat is the perfect end to the cool bowl.
A simple and delicious goat cheese bruschetta featuring toasted walnuts, lemon basil, and local honey. On a hot day, a glass of Rosado is the perfect pair.
A go-to banana bread to make over and over again. It’s tender and hearty and not overly sweet or heavy. Don’t forget to drizzle your muffins with honey.
The touch of natural bitterness in walnuts plays against the sweetness of the turbinado sugar and the slight bite of the whisky for a taste that’s both lush and balanced.