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Grilled Chicken and Peach Summer Salad

Estee Kafra

A gorgeous summer salad highlighting the season’s best

 

Issue 402: Nutty Baked Salmon Topped with Pomegranates

Leah Barzel

This nutty, fruity fish will be an instant family favorite — make doubles!

 

Issue 379: Fruity Quinoa Salad

Chanie Nayman

Sweet fruits, nutty quinoa, and crisp greens create a captivating combo

 

Honey-Sriracha Chicken Salad

Rivky Kleiman

Elegant, crispy mini-wonton bowls filled with savory chicken salad

 

Issue 398: Maple-Rubbed Rib Steaks

Rivky Kleiman

This rub is the perfect way to enhance and not overpower the natural flavors of your meat

 

Issue 398: Sweet Chili Hamburgers

Rivky Kleiman

Could this be the perfect hamburger recipe?

 

Savory Minute Steaks and Potatoes

Chavi Feldman

This warm and satisfying one-pot dinner plates as both a main dish and a side dish

 

Issue 396: Two-Toned Vegetable Kugel

Brynie Greisman

This attractive and savory kugel layers orange vegetables and broccoli

 

Issue 396: Apricot ’n Apple Streusel Kugel

Brynie Greisman

Fresh fruit sweetens this flavorful kugel without loading up on too much oil or sugar

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