Category Archive: Recipe

Seven Eleven: It’s more than just a convenience

  Lev Lalev moved our United States office to a smaller, more efficient, and a more practical location about two miles from where we were for the past four years. Our new office is across the street from a Seven Eleven (it actually has plenty of kosher products) in additional to the usual items that …

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The Weinstein Vault of Secret Recipes, Part II (For your eyes only……)


Once again, we’re inviting you to enhance your Succos holiday with a VIP visit to our secret vault of sacred recipes. That’s where you’ll find everything from a unique Mexican-style crowd pleaser to exotic Moroccan cuisine. We know you’ve never tasted anything like the treasured gourmet chocolate pie featured here. Yet my favorite Succos evening …

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The Taste of Chanukah

Frying Latkes For Hanukah

When you’re celebrating Chanukah with family and friends, nothing bonds everyone more than the delicious aromas emanating from the kitchen. To honor the miracle of the oil and the way in which dairy foods were used to save the Jewish people, many celebrate Chanukah with their own versions of the following recipes. Presented here are among my favorites …

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Picking the right Apple


Fall is a favorite time for the outdoor fun activity of apple picking! But here in the Lev LaLev offices, we were wondering what the difference between all the amazing types of apples were and what is the best apple to use in all our upcoming Sukkot recipes; and what to look for while going …

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The Weinstein Vault of Secret Recipes

Shhh…..let’s just keep this between you and me, for here are treasured recipes which few have encountered. It’s the flavor of out-of-this world apple crisp, the moistest apple cake ever, and pastel de patata, a meat and potato dish spiced with Moroccan heart and soul. (This is in tribute to my mother and mother-in-law, from …

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A Seder Plate for Rosh Hashanah?!

Some people actually have 2, or even 3, seders each year! Most people know about the Passover seder, few know about the Tu B’shvat seder, but many are now having Rosh Hashanah seder plates. The Rosh Hashanah seder is actually one of the holiday’s oldest food traditions — and now it’s one of the newest trends in …

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Rosh Hashana Honey Cake


An impressive cake with a lot of easy steps; but no one has to know how easy it really was to make! If you have the freezer space make this now and enjoy it later (Rosh Hashana is in 15 days!).  Just be ready for a lot of gasps of awe when you do serve …

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Lemonade Stands: Israeli Style


This summer, the older Lev LaLev girls are taking classes entitled “Building for Tomorrow” – which will teach them the skills they need to maneuver their lives into the future. You can also teach your kids a bit about the world of buying, selling, customer relations and event coordinating, while simultaneously doing a good deed …

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Kid Friendly Kabobs


We found these festive 4th of July skewers on, and thought they were the perfect easy to make treat for the upcoming holiday weekend, or for those outside America, any summer fun treat! So while everyone else is barbecuing kabobs, let the kids in on the action too…and we all know sticks are a favorite “toy” right? Supplies …

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