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Alison Roman wants to make a brisket worth looking forward to. This one is seasoned heavily with salt and pepper, seared until deeply browned, strewn with caramelized savory aromatics (no mushy carrots!), and braised until fall-apart tender. When it’s nearly done, crank the oven and brown the top again, restoring the crust lost in the braise and reducing the liquid to a rich spoonable sauce. “And yeah,” she adds, “of course there will be red pepper flakes because every hunk of meat deserves some heat and I like what I like.” Serve this with crisped boiled potatoes, thick slices of toast, or rice noodles.

Ingredients

  • 1 4–5-lb. piece untrimmed flat-cut beef brisket
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • 4 Tbsp. vegetable oil, divided
  • 1 medium onion, cut through root end into 1"-thick wedges
  • 1 large fennel bulb, cut through root end into 1"-thick wedges
  • 3 celery stalks, cut into 2" pieces, plus 1 cup leaves
  • 1 head of garlic, halved crosswise
  • ½ bunch thyme, oregano, or marjoram
  • ¾ cup distilled white vinegar
  • ¼ cup low-sodium soy sauce or Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 cups mixed tender herbs (such as parsley, mint, and/or cilantro)
  • Crushed red pepper flakes (optional)

Recipe Preparation

  • Preheat oven to 300°. Season brisket on all sides with kosher salt (about 1 tsp. Diamond Crystal or ½ tsp. Morton per lb.) and pepper and set on a rimmed baking sheet. Chill, uncovered, at least 12 hours and up to 2 days.

  • Heat 2 Tbsp. oil in a large heavy pot over medium. Cook brisket, fatty side down, until deeply browned (it might be snug at first, but the meat will shrink as it cooks), 10–12 minutes. Turn and cook until the other side is deeply browned, 8–10 minutes. Turn onto edges and brown (this isn’t necessary, but it will add more flavor). Transfer to a platter.

  • Pour off fat in pot; discard. Pour remaining 2 Tbsp. oil into pot; set over medium-high heat. Add onion and season with kosher salt and pepper. Cook, stirring occasionally, until softened and beginning to brown and frizzle around the edges, about 3 minutes.

  • Add fennel, celery, garlic, and thyme and toss to coat; season with kosher salt and pepper. Add vinegar, soy sauce, and 4 cups water. Place brisket in pot, arranging fatty side up; it should be submerged. (Use tongs to work it in there. If anything has to poke out of the liquid, let it be the vegetables.) Bring to a simmer, then cover and slide into the oven. Braise (without peeking) 3 hours. Check brisket; it should be very tender (the tip of a knife should easily pierce meat). If not, braise another 20 minutes or so and check again.

  • Uncover brisket and increase oven temperature to 425°. Roast until liquid is reduced by three-fourths and top of brisket is crisp and deeply browned (it should be extremely tender), 50–60 minutes. Let cool slightly, then transfer to a cutting board. Slice with a serrated knife or shred with your hands. Skim fat from surface of braising liquid.

  • Just before meat is done, place tender herbs and celery leaves in a small bowl; squeeze some juice from lemon over and toss to coat.

  • Arrange meat on a platter. Spoon vegetables and braising liquid in pot around meat and top with herb salad. Sprinkle with red pepper flakes, if desired, and sea salt.

  • Do Ahead: Brisket can be braised (but not roasted) 1 day ahead. Let cool; cover and chill. Uncover and remove fat from surface. Continue with roasting process before serving.

Reviews SectionDelicious... this may be the best brisket I’ve ever made. The meat is tender and juicy and the flavorful crust created by the hot blast of oven heat at the end is heavenly. Will definitely make this again!AnonymousLos Angeles CA06/20/20I've made this twice and it was a huge hit both times, got many requests for the recipe. The second time I added a Tbs or two of Gochujang to the braising liquid, which gave it a nice bit of extra kick. I also added a little bit of fish sauce for some extra umami, not sure if that really made a perceptible difference but the result was delicious. I recommend saving some of the braising liquid, I used it to marinate some mushrooms and it was great!burkejohnSan Francisco04/07/20Huge hit. Many requests for the recipe and no leftovers.Can this be made in an Instant Pot or slow cooker ? WeMade it for 12/22 evening and evrr e one liked it. Sort of hard to submerge the whole cut w the size of pot I had and the recommended liquid.AnonymousBainbridge Island 12/23/19I'm in the midst of making this recipe. What is a half a bunch of Thyme? You mean a bunch of time that you pick? from the store? Not specific at all. It's braising now and smells delicious. I've never made brisket before and after 71 Chanukahs, I'm finally making one this year. Wish me luck!AnonymousVashon Island Washington STATE12/21/19I made this last week for a small dinner party and am joyously eating the leftovers with my partner. The meat is tender and flavorful and the fennel melts in your mouth. My partner got a bigger brisket than was called for so it did not get completely submerged in the broth (I even added more to the pot but a little still stuck out!) but it did not matter. It was amazing and I will definitely be making this again when we want to eat something rich and comforting in the cold Chicago winters.Agree that first paragraph of instructions is confusing. Also your address to ask for recipe directions is [email protected] doesn't work.AnonymousChatham, MA12/05/19This recipe looks amazing and I can't wait to make it, BUT one small nitpick: Please move the direction of pre-heating the oven to AFTER you chill the uncovered brisket for 12 hours - 2 days. This misordering is slightly baffling. xoxo, love you, BA!AnonymousKansas City, MO12/04/19

Passover 2020: 14 Vegan, Vegetarian, Meat Recipes To Wow Pesach Seder Guests

Passover 2020 begins Wednesday evening, and although there are plenty of foods not allowed during the holiday, that doesn’t mean your Seder meal can’t be filled with delicious dishes.

While your Seder guests may only consist of relatives whom you live with because of a ban on large gatherings this year, that doesn’t mean the traditional easy pre-mixed foods have to be the only thing on the menu—and there is definitely still plenty of ways to up your game with delicious kosher meals.

Check out these 14 recipes for an unforgettable 2020 Seder:

Blistered Green Beans with Garlic

Kick your green beans up a notch with this flavor punch that makes them something even the pickiest eaters won’t refuse.

Cast-Iron Roast Chicken with Crispy Potatoes

This recipe ends with a juicy piece of perfectly roasted chicken that will make all the waiting to eat worth it.

Chicory Salad with Honey-Mustard Vinaigrette

Those not a fan of Chicory can switch it with other greens if they wish, but either way, this salad is a great way to kick off such a monumental meal.

Chocolate Toffee Matzo

For a great dessert option that both kids and adults are sure to like, try this delicious treat that is also vegan-friendly.

Fresh Fruit Tart with Almond Press-In Crust

No holiday meal is complete without a delicious dessert, and this kosher-friendly option with fresh fruit on top is a satisfying way to end the night’s festivities.

These desserts are a traditional sweet end to any Passover celebration.

Maple Roasted Carrots

This sweet way of making roasted carrots will be the only way to eat them whenever you celebrate this special holiday.

Passover Beef Bourguignon

This recipe is far from traditional, making it the perfect way to spice things up a little bit. Plus, since this is meant for a large crowd that won’t be gathering, there will be plenty of leftovers to hold you over for all eight days.

Passover Macaroni and Cheese

Mac and cheese is perhaps one of the best everyday comfort foods in existence-making this the perfect dish for a far less normal Seder.

Pesach Meat Blintzes

Passover can be hard for those on Gluten-Free diets—making this recipe a true miracle for the ones who need it.

Tangy Brisket with Fennel and Herbs

This brisket is so supremely full of flavor that it will become a must for every Seder (socially distanced or not) going forward.

Vegan Matzo Ball Soup

In general, no kosher feast can go on without Matzo Ball soup (arguably the best menu option there is). To give it a fresh twist though, opt for this Vegan take featuring chickpea flour, tapioca starch and veggie broth.

Vegan Sweet Potato and Matzo Kugel

This vegan and vegetarian-friendly version of the traditional dish will surely make you salivate during your Seder.

Winter Crunch Salad

Those who try this salad for their Seder will likely find one that they want to eat even long after Passover ends.

These recipes are sure to please during Passover. Photographed above: The seder table at Beth Israel synagogue on March 25, 2013 in Miami Beach, Florida. Photo: Getty Images


Recipe Summary

  • 4 pounds beef brisket
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 cup ketchup
  • ½ cup white vinegar
  • 2 onions, sliced
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • ¾ cup brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon salt

Heat brisket in a large skillet or dutch oven over medium-high heat. Cook until browned on all sides. Stir in water, ketchup, vinegar, onions, garlic, brown sugar, and salt. Bring to a boil, then cover and reduce heat to medium-low. Continue simmering until tender, turning brisket occasionally, 2 hours and 30 minutes to 3 hours and 30 minutes.

Remove brisket and allow to cool before slicing the meat against the grain. Place brisket slices in a 9x13 inch baking pan or large platter and pour gravy on top. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Remove any excess fat and reheat before serving.


45 Passover Meal Ideas Beyond Brisket

If you’re looking for Passover meal ideas—for your seder meal and the days that follow, you need more than just your grandma’s brisket recipe. You need easy Passover food to carry you through the week—dishes like our sheet-pan Tzimmes Chicken and some fish and vegetarian options too. Below, you’ll find Passover dinner recipes, including fall-apart cabbage, sumac-rubbed lamb, simple parchment-wrapped flounder, and more. (If you’re looking for Passover desserts, head right this way.)

None of these dishes contain chametz (leavening, wheat, barley, spelt, rye, or oats). If you’re avoiding kitniyot (legumes) as well, be sure to check the ingredient list carefully.


High Holidays Entertaining: Five Favorite Recipes + 12 Great Kosher Wines

Sure, you have your family-favorite recipes all lined up for the fall Jewish holidays. But don’t you occasionally wish for something new at the table, or at least sometimes wonder if your classics couldn’t be just a little bit better? Here five top chefs and cookbook authors specializing in kosher cooking and the cuisine of Israel share some of their favorites for hosting guests. Whether it’s putting a spin on roast chicken, perfecting that brisket or doing something altogether fresh, we’re sure you’ll find something to enjoy now, on future occasions or even for some special weeknight meals that can be made in advance and provide leftovers for the week to come.

Alongside, we recommend a dozen recently rated kosher wines from California and Israel, spanning the gamut of varieties and styles, from crisp, fresh whites to big, hearty reds.

Joan Nathan's Double Lemon Roast Chicken

This crowd-pleasing recipe comes from one of the most respected authors specializing in Jewish cuisine, appearing in her 2017 cookbook, King Solomon's Table: A Culinary Exploration of Jewish Cooking from Around the World. It’s a classic roast chicken, set on a bed of roasted vegetables, but Joan Nathan gives it flair by seasoning it with sumac and, optionally, za’atar, then stuffing it with preserved lemons and fresh herbs. Versatile with a wide range of wines, the dish can be more closely tailored to your wine picks by changing up the vegetables you roast with it. Nathan provides two sets of options here: a mix of Brussels sprouts, olives and tomatoes or celery, carrot, fennel and zucchini. As a bonus, she also shares her recipe for hummus, also made with preserved lemons, which everyone can enjoy while the delicious aromas emanating from the oven whet their appetites for the main meal.

Jamie Geller's Better Beef Brisket

Simplicity is the specialty of Jamie Geller, author of six cookbooks and founder of Kosher Network International, and brisket is her solution to holiday entertaining. This classic brisket recipe comes from her 2018 cookbook, Brisket 101: 30 of the Best Brisket, Sides, Slaws and Leftover Recipes, with dishes comprising 10 ingredients or less and needing minimal equipment to make, to keep your stress to a minimum as well. Cooked correctly, her brisket, using a more marbleized second cut, is meant to melt in your mouth. The meat can be garnished with crispy fried shallots and served alongside lemony cumin-roasted carrots in addition to the vegetables already included in the braise. Geller’s braising liquid includes a high-quality dry red wine—a Cabernet Sauvignon in this case—which would also be an ideal pairing at the table.

Paula Shoyer's Coq au Vin Blanc

A pastry chef known as “The Kosher Baker,” Paula Shoyer has branched out beyond desserts to explore the full scope of contemporary kosher food, focusing on dishes that have few processed ingredients and can suit the full range of dietary needs at an extended family gathering—vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free or low-calorie. This recipe, from her 2017 The Healthy Jewish Kitchen, turns coq au vin into a lighter dish made with white wine and kumquat or orange slices for a refreshing citrusy kick. She enjoys it with a California Chardonnay. For a full three-course meal, she starts with a salmon-avocado tartare and finishes with a tempting chocolate quinoa cake that no one will realize is also gluten-free. Check out her full menu!

Michael Solomonov’s Grilled Branzino with Chickpea Stew

One of the United States’ best-known chefs for fresh, modern Israeli cuisine, Michael Solomonov runs a collection of Philadelphia restaurants led by Zahav. To update the classic Jewish holiday menus without upsetting tradition-loving relatives, he looks to the diversity of cuisine in his homeland of Israel, with its combination of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors. These simple-to-prepare branzino fillets, a recipe from his Zahav cookbook, summon the quintessence of the coastal country, marrying the meaty, smoky and bright grilled fish with the slow-cooked flavors of a Persian stew. With a searing-hot grill, the branzino cooks in less than five minutes, obtaining an extra-crispy, salty skin. This dish has two accompaniments, both of which can be made in advance: a rich fava-labneh puree that is half sauce, half dip, and a hearty yet invigorating fresh chickpea stew that contains fresh fava, lemon, dill and dried lime—inviting a pairing with a juicy, high-acid white wine. Try something new for 5781!

Alon Shaya's Spiced Short Ribs and Moroccan Carrot Salad

Israeli-American chef and cookbook author Alon Shaya—who became famous at his eponymous Shaya but now runs Saba in New Orleans and Safta in Denver—melds the cuisines of the Middle East, Europe and North Africa with local specialties, with elements in many dishes coming out of a wood-fired oven. But these braised short ribs with rice and the Moroccan carrot salad are easy to make at home in a regular oven. The earthy carrots in the salad, soft from roasting, are dressed with a vinaigrette that incorporates cumin, caraway and orange zest. The dish heats up with smoky harissa paste and cools off with mint added for balance. The boneless short ribs, with a beautiful balance of fat and meat, are enhanced with multiple spices—a symbol for a fruitful and plentiful year to come—for warmth and depth, then cooked for hours and served with root vegetables. To pair with this meal, look for red wines that show juicy ripe fruit and light herbal notes, such as a Syrah or a blend with Petit Verdot. This is both comfort food and a meal that will make any foodie go weak in the knees.

12 Great New-Release Kosher Wines for the High Holidays

Note: The following list is a selection of outstanding and very good wines from recently rated releases. Find more kosher options or other wines in our Wine Ratings Search.

Galil Mountain

WS review: Concentrated and suave, showing plush flavors of raspberry compote and blackberry reduction layered with olive, wild herb and baking spice elements. Aromas of hot stone, ganache and loamy earth cascade onto the finish. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot, Syrah and Cabernet Franc. Kosher. Drink now through 2025. 9,000 cases made, 1,100 cases imported. From Israel.—Gillian Sciaretta

Golan Heights Winery

Cabernet Sauvignon Galilee Yarden 2017

WS review: Glossy, full tannins encase the brooding layers of dark cherry reduction and steeped currant, infused with sandalwood, anise and mocha details. This has nice elegance despite the power, with black tea and floral notes chiming in on the finish. Kosher. Drink now through 2025. 24,000 cases made, 4,000 cases imported. From Israel.—G.S.

Covenant

Sauvignon Blanc Lake County Red C 2019

WS review: Pure lemon and green apple flavors are smooth and sleek, with notes of lemon verbena and orange sherbet, plus candied ginger details. Wonderful purity and concentration on the long, expressive finish. Kosher. Drink now. 600 cases made. From California.—MaryAnn Worobiec

Covenant Israel

Viognier Israel Blue C 2019

WS review: Refreshing acidity supports the supple flavors of pineapple, tangerine and white blossom in this aromatic white, with underpinnings of wet stone, honey cream and spice sailing along the finish. Kosher. Drink now through 2023. 700 cases made, 400 cases imported. From Israel.—G.S.

Golan Heights Winery

Pinot Noir Galilee Yarden 2017

WS review: This medium-bodied red offers suave tannins that envelope the cherry tart, ripe raspberry and violet flavors, which are supple and refreshing. Details of anise, orange peel and cola dovetail on the lightly tannic finish. Kosher. Drink now through 2023. 4,000 cases made, 800 cases imported. From Israel.—G.S.

Galil Mountain

WS review: Dark cherry and red plum notes are concentrated, interwoven with mineral, savory spice and licorice elements in this plush red. Aromatic herb and black tea notes follow through on the finish. Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Kosher. Drink now through 2023. 7,000 cases made, 1,200 cases imported. From Israel.—G.S.

Covenant

Chardonnay Lodi The Tribe 2018

WS review: There are lots of buttery notes to the ripe apple and glazed pear flavors, featuring citrusy hints. Crisp, spicy finish. Kosher. Drink now. 350 cases made. From California.—Kim Marcus


Crock-Pot Tangy Catalina Chicken

I love simple recipes that have just a few ingredients and this recipe is now one of my favorites. You won’t beleive that there is only 4 ingredients because the flavors are not simple. I love recipes that make it look like I slaved over a hot stove making some intricate dish but I know (and you know) that sometimes simple dinners are the best.

This recipe really is simple, the chicken breasts are cooked by themselves in the slow cooker until no longer pink inside, then a few ingredients (Catalina salad dressing, orange marmalade, and a packet of onion soup mix) are mixed together and poured over the chicken and then cooked for a little bit longer.

If you are watching your sugar intake or feel that you may want it to be a little less sweet, feel free to use sugar free or reduced sugar marmalade.

I choose to cook this dish in my new casserole slow cooker but a regular 5 or 6 quart slow cooker will work just as well.


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Whether you want to drink it plain for gut-healing benefits, or you need it for a soup base, this easy, AIP chicken stock is so flavorful you’ll never want to use store-bought again.

If you miss the delightful flavors of Italian food, this soup will certainly hit the spot. With a prep time of five minutes, and only a handful of ingredients, this savory soup is both comforting and nutrient-rich.


Carnitas

Mexico
Authentic carnitas — juicy, shredded pork with crispy, flavorful edges — hails from Michoacán in central Mexico, where the dish can be found everywhere from street stalls to upscale restaurants. A staple in Mexican cuisine, carnitas are made by delicately seasoning then braising or slow-cooking pork (typically front sections or pork shoulder) in its own fat until fully tender. The meat is gently shredded with a fork and pan-fried to golden, crispy perfection. Fill tortillas with this tasty Mexican slow-cooked pork and accompany with a squeeze of lime, chopped onion and cilantro, and salsa.

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