My Blogged Recipes

Appetizers

Asian Californian Mexican Faux Crab Salad

Baked Goat Cheese and Pine Nut Blintzes

Edamame Hummous

Miriyummy’s Vegetarian Paté

Breads and Challah

Rich and Yummy Challah

Spelt Challah

Breakfast

Chocolate Babka

Corn Muffins

Elie’s Marmalade

Independence Day Breakfast For Two

Luscious Mug of Coffee

Shakshuka

Yummy Cinnamon Buns

Cookies, Brownies, Bars and Muffins

Black and White Cookies

Chocolate Apple Birthday Cupcakes

Chocolate Brownies with Peanut Butter Chips

Corn Muffins

Dalia Bars

Deep Chocolate Birthday Cake with Miriyummy Ganache

Earl Grey Biscuits

Famous Seamus Brownies

Faye Levy’s Almond Macaroons

Hadar Bars

Hilaly Dollies

Honey Muffins

Jammy Donut Holes

Luscious Lambies

Mini-Cini Bites

Pizza Cookie

Sugar and Spice Ginger Snaps

Super Fudgy Triple Chocolate Espresso Brownies

Vicki Bikkies

White Chocolate Halvah

Yummy Cinnamon Buns

Dessert

Baby Pavlovas with Chocolate Creme Patissiere

Black Forest Blintzes

Chocolate Babka

Creamsicle Ice Cream

Dulce de Leche Cheesecake

Forest Fruits Sorbet

Incredibly Simple Fudge

Levana’s Orange Poppy Seed Cake

Magic Pie

Miriyummy Halvah Parfait

Paradise Cake

Pick Me Up Cake

Rosh Hashana Honey Cake

Scarlet’s Cherry Pai

Drinks

Lemon Creme Liqueur

Luscious Mug of Coffee

Kugels

Jerusalem Noodle Kugel

Main Dish

Baked Goat Cheese and Pine Nut Blintzes

Barbequed Beach Burri

Beef Tzimmes with Butternut Squash

Black Forest Blintzes

Crock Pot Brisket

Hungarian/Thai Salmon

Ju-Boy’s Passover Pizza

Miriyummy’s Marinated Chicken Fillets

Moleyummy Chicken

Pasta Free La Sag Nee (Lasagne)

Simple Mac ‘n’ Cheese

Smoked Salmon Cheesecake

Torched Roast Beef

Tortured Chicken

Unstuffed Cabbage

Miscellaneous Stuff

Elie’s Marmalade

Gorp

Shmaltz – The Sequel

Non-Food

Chocolate Covered Ants

Drain Cleaner and Declogger

Simple Soldier’s Hat

Salads

Asian Californian Mexican Faux Crab Salad

Couscous Salad

Lemony Chickpea Salad

Sick Salad

Thai-ish Pasta Salad

Savory Nosh

Cheddar Salvation

Cherry Tomato Jam

Corn Muffins

Deli Roll

Edamame Hummous

Japanese Pickled Radishes

Ju-Boy’s Passover Pizza

Shakshuka

Smoked Tuna

Spiced Nuts

Spicy Carrot Sticks

Side Dishes

Golden Herbed Potato Wedges

Hungarian Noodles

Jerusalem Noodle Kugel

Kasha Varnishkes

Simple Mac ‘n’ Cheese

Spicy Carrot Sticks

Wheatberry Pilaf

Soups

Carrot Soup with Ginger and Lemon

Mushroom and Barley Soup

Zhuzzed Potato and Leek Soup

  1. teddy roosevelt

    would love to get your recipe for chocolate chip lava cake….

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  2. enjoyed reading your translation of Carine Goren’s recipes. I just bought her book in Hebrew and am struggling to translate it. Really want to try her chocolate catastrophe cake. Have you tried it?

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  3. I tried Levana’s Orange Poppy Seed Cake and it was as yummy as it looked/sounded.
    Now I’m wondering how it would taste if instead of vanilla extract I used orange extract (I scored some in Meatland a while back). Do you think it would taste too strongly orange or should I try it? Don’t worry, just asking your opinion…I won’t hold you responsible for the result!

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    • I do know that when I make the cake I use much more orange peel than I should, and the cake is gorgeously orange. I would maybe try first half and half, vanilla and orange, and see where that goes. The problem with orange flavoring is a little too much can ruin the whole thing. I went overboard with it once in a chocolate mousse and the results were not pretty. Please let me know how it works out!

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  4. Paula Rothman

    Dear Miri – I so want to make a Jewish deli cole slaw – the kind that’s already on the tables of the deli when a person walks in. I grew up in Brooklyn and now live in Northern Virginia near DC. I saw that you have Ben’s deli cole slaw recipe. Could you pass it on to me? Thanks. You would think living in (near) the nation’s capital, that there would be good Jewish delis, but – I have to go to NYC or S Florida to find that!!

    Thanks a lot.

    PAULA

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  5. Seymour Seltzer

    Hello Miriyummy Zaar Chef,

    I enjoyed the Passover Video… lively and good photography…

    I know you are a very good cook, chef from Food . com / RecipeZaar…. and I am certain that some day you will create a mini-book for everyone to enjoy!

    Have a wonderful Passover !

    Skipper/Sy
    Raised in The Bronx

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  6. International Foodie

    Dear Miri,

    I saw that you have the recipe for Ben’s Coleslaw. I usually eat at least a quart
    of this every week (it is around the corner from me), but I am now on Weight Watchers
    so I need to make a low calorie version. Would you please please please send me the recipe?

    Thank you very much.

    International Foodie (raised in Brooklyn a loooooong time ago)

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  7. Hi Miriyummy! I came across your recipe Creamy Cucumber Dill Dip. When you say sliced scallions, do you mean the greens or the bulbs?

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