Moms Day Recipes from Friends and Bloggers

photo: Kosher Spoon

photo: Kosher Spoon


Thank you for all the special and delicious “mom” recipes. Here are a few favorites from some of my favorite “Mom” bloggers and friends.

My friend Melinda Strauss, from Kitchen-tested.com, sent me this scrumptious German Apple Cake.

“My father-in-law’s mother, whom my daughter is named after, used to make this cake for my father all the time and it’s been an honor to recreate it for him. It’s become a fun recipe to make with my kids and I even make it with my own mom when I go visit my parents and siblings in Seattle. It’s definitely a family favorite! “

Jamie Geller, from Joy of Kosher, makes this bright and fresh California Avocado Salad for her mom. It’s her mom’s favorite. Her mom is in awe of Jamie’s cooking skills as she doesn’t cook and did not pass that on to Jamie. Well, look at her now, mom! Tamar Genger, from Joy of Kosher, has a mom fave too. Her mom is great at making schnitzel and all kinds of latkes, but this is probably her specialty that she actually posted to the site in the very early days, Stuffed Veal Roast 

Shoshana Ohriner, from Couldntbepareve.com shared two nostalgic and classic recipes. Her dad is the chef in their home but the original recipe is from her maternal grandmother who was a great cook. How cool is that, her dad makes a recipe from her mom’s family. It’s called World’s Best Brisket and is filled with flavorful ingredients like thyme, oregano and Manishewitz wine.

Shoshana’s husband’s grandmother comes to visit and makes these Grandma Rose Mandelbrot with her grandkids. Now that’s how memories and great recipes are shared.

Fellow blogger and friend, Ronnie Fein wrote this touching and memorable article for the yahrzeit of her mom. It would have been her 100th birthday. Ronnie’s mom was a wonderful cook (check out the recipes in her post, fried chicken, Fannies, apple pie, corn fritters!) and the Famous Nut Roll Recipe which is delicious and easy to make! Ronnie, it’s a beautiful tribute to your mom.

Vicky Cohen and Ruth Fox, sister bloggers and chefs from MayIhavethatrecipe.com shared these Sweet Semolina Borekas because it reminds them of their mom. The orange blossom syrup is citrusy and sweet and amazing on the borekas.

Thanks Sina from the Thekosherspoon.com for sharing this Israeli/Separdic dish from your mom. The pictures are stunning, I’d like to eat these Meatballs in Tomato Garlic Sauce right now.

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