•Over 160 wholesome, family-friendly recipes that you’ll make again and again
•Turn fresh, healthy, and easy to find ingredients into spectacular dishes
•Mouthwatering full-color photo accompanies every recipe
•Each recipe includes cooking tips, techniques, and advice from best-selling cookbook author Norene Gilletz
•Many recipes are naturally gluten-free or offer a gluten-free option
•Nutritional information included for every recipe
Can’t wait for the release to start cooking from this wonderful book? Here’s a sample recipe to keep you going until your copy arrives!
Coat a large roasting pan with nonstick cooking spray. Add brisket; sprinkle with salt, pepper, onion powder, and garlic powder. Rub brisket with spices to coat on all sides.
In a large nonstick skillet, heat oil over medium heat. Sauté onions for 5 minutes, until softened. Stir in parsley, tomato paste, honey, bay leaves, vinegar, and wine. Simmer for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Let cool.
Pour sauce over, around, and under the brisket. Cover and marinate in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour or overnight, turning occasionally.
Preheat oven to 325°F. Bake, covered, for 3-3½ hours or until meat is fork-tender. Calculate 45 minutes per pound to determine the cooking time. Discard bay leaves. Let cool.
Refrigerate several hours or overnight. Discard hardened fat from gravy. Trim excess fat from brisket. Slice against the grain to desired thickness.
Reheat, covered, in pan gravy at 350°F for 25-30 minutes.
Slow Cooker Method: Season brisket and prepare sauce as above; add to slow cooker insert coated with nonstick cooking spray. Marinate overnight in the refrigerator. Place insert into slow cooker; cook on on low for 8-10 hours.
Ask your butcher to cut a very large brisket (8 lb/3.6 kg) in half. Total cooking time will be the same as for one 4 lb/1.8 kg brisket.
Brisket should be cooked “low and slow,” with lots of onions. The internal temperature should not rise above 180°F on a meat thermometer; after it reaches 200°F, the brisket will become dry.
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Pesach is just a week away, which means that kosher kitchens around the world will be “turned-over” – cleaned, covered and prepared for Passover cooking. To help with this sometimes complicated process, we’ve prepared a free download with a practical halachic guide to Kashering your kitchen, excerpted from The Kosher Kitchen.
It’s finally here! The long-awaited and highly-anticipated ArtScroll Wasserman Digital Siddur is now available for your Apple device. Try it free with a bencher/bircas hamazon download – scroll down for details.
It’s got cutting edge smart technology. Perfect for travelers, commuters, and people on the go. It’s beyond anything available today. But most of all — It’s the ArtScroll Siddur.
ArtScroll’s new Smart Siddur includes these amazing features:
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Tap on a phrase and you get the ArtScroll translation, commentary, and laws
Enlarge the font size – and still keep the classic ArtScroll format
Includes weekday Torah readings with phrase-by-phrase translation
The Search function allows you to find any phrase in the Siddur
Put in personal notes, highlight text and Bookmarks
Set location to Eretz Yisrael and receive the appropriate tefillos and minhagim
Wasserman Digital Siddur for weekday is now available for your Apple devices. Coming soon for Android users! Currently available in Nusach Ashkenaz. Nusach Sefard in preparation.
Try it free! Two easy ways to download a free digital Bencher/Bircas Hamazon from the ArtScroll Wasserman Digital Siddur:
1) Download the ArtScroll app or install the latest update (version 3.0) and the bencher will automatically download to your library.
2) Open the ArtScroll app and select the store option. Click on the Wasserman Digital Siddur icon, and then scroll down until you see the free bencher sample. Click on where it says “free” and the download will begin. You can now find the bencher in your library.
Attention Rusty Brick Siddur users: You can upgrade to the ArtScroll Wasserman Digital Siddur for a reduced price. Click the purchase option that says “Existing Rusty Brick Siddur Users Purchase.” Note: You must have the latest version of the Rusty Brick Siddur installed to take advantage of this option.
Finally! The long wait is over: our smash-hit new cookbook, Secret Restaurant Recipes, by Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek is back in print after selling out of its first printing in just a couple of weeks. To celebrate that this book … Continue reading →
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What If…makes a wonderful addition to our Shabbos table. Rav Yitzchok Zilberstein shlitais a noted rav and posek, as well as a son-in-law of Rav Elyashiv zt’l. What If…presents hundreds of halachic questions and answers in the order of the weekly parashah, making it the perfect starting point for fascinating Torah conversations.
The questions are short, and each includes a practical, real-world scenario. The answers, too, are concise, and though they contain a world of Torah knowledge, they are easy to follow.
A man jokingly tells his friend to microwave an esrog to make it ripen quickly – who is responsible for the damage?
A surgeon learns a new technique from a presentation, without paying the entrance fee. May he use that technique, or is it stealing?
A mother doesn’t want to reveal her child’s illness, thus keeping people from praying for him. Is that permitted?
Challenge your family or guests with these thought-provoking halachic questions, and watch the energy around the table begin to surge. This is Torah conversation at its best.