Summer means long days filled with outdoor activities and impromptu weekend gatherings. So when the temperature rises, keep the cooking time to a minimum and the kitchen cool with our favorite no-cook summer recipes.
Dipping apple in honey is a Rosh Hashanah custom (to welcome the sweetness of the Jewish new year). We went one step further, layering apples, honey, and sliced almonds on top of another holiday staple, challah, to make delicious open-faced sandwiches.
It’s finally summer, and you want to be outside, on the lawn or the deck. You'd like to have friends over and relax, grill, eat, and refill cocktails as needed. Our tricks, tips, and time-savers address all these desires. Let them become your go-tos for making life easier and meals tastier all summer long.