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Chicken Marbella

Chicken Marbella

Chicken Marbella By Andrew Zimmern Chicken Marbella first appeared in recipe form in the 1982 Silver Palate Cookbook by Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins. In the 1970s, Lukins ran a catering company in Manhattan. Rosso knew some of her customers, ate her food and their friendship eventually led to a groundbreaking business model for food…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern’s Rosh Hashanah Recipes

Recipes for Rosh Hashanah Rosh Hashanah is a time for reflection and repentance, but it probably doesn’t surprise you that my favorite part is the food. It’s a great excuse to sit around the dinner table with family and friends, and say a toast to the year ahead. To honor tradition, I like to cook dishes…  Read More

AZ Cooks

AZ Cooks Top 10 Most Popular Recipes

In my video series, AZ Cooks, I’m sharing cooking techniques and recipes inspired by my childhood, travels and experiences in the professional kitchen, all in the pursuit of culinary literacy. Thanks for tuning in, your support and feedback have made this venture a success! From classics like key lime pie and meatloaf to wok-tossed crickets and…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Recipe for Chopped Chicken Liver

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Chopped Chicken Liver

Chopped Chicken Liver By Andrew Zimmern If you want to cook like a baller Jewish grandmother, this chopped chicken liver is a great place to start. My Bubbe made this to-die-for dish for every holiday meal. It’s been one of my favorite recipes since I was a kid, when I would spend hours upon hours…  Read More

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Andrew Zimmern’s Hanukkah Favorites

My Best Hanukkah Recipes The Festival of Lights refers to a lamp in the temple that had only enough oil to last the Maccabees one night, but instead lasted for eight. The holiday celebrates the miracle of the oil, so fried foods are the perfect Hanukkah metaphor. If you’re sick of latkes and donuts, think outside of the…  Read More

Braised Duck Legs

Andrew Zimmern’s Rosh Hashanah Menu

Recipes for Rosh Hashanah The two day celebration of Rosh Hashanah is a time for reflection and repentance, but it probably doesn’t surprise you that my favorite part is the food. Here are a few of my best family recipes to help you ring in the new year. I know you’ll love them, whether you’re Jewish…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Noodle Kugel

Zimmern Family Noodle Kugel

A Holiday Tradition By Andrew Zimmern A traditional casserole made with egg noodles or potatoes, kugel is a mainstay of the Jewish holiday menu. There are hundreds of variations to the dish, and if you grew up eating it you’d probably bet on the fact that your family’s recipe was the only one worth eating—and…  Read More

Rosh Hashanah

9 Recipes for Rosh Hashanah

Ring in the New Year The two day celebration of Rosh Hashanah, or the Jewish New Year, begins tonight at sundown. The high holiday is a time for reflection and repentance, but it probably doesn’t surprise you that my favorite part is the food. Traditionally, apples are dipped in honey, a symbol that the new…  Read More

Matzoh Ball Soup|||Dill-Marinated Herring

Passover Recipes

My Seder Traditions For the uninformed, the Passover seder is a ritual feast that marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover. It is held at sundown on the 14th day of Nissan in the Hebrew calendar and on the 15th by observant Jews living outside Israel. It’s basically Thanksgiving for Jews, and it’s…  Read More

Matzoh Ball Soup|||Dill-Marinated Herring

Passover Recipes

My Seder Traditions For the uninformed, the Passover seder is a ritual feast that marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover. It is held at sundown on the 14th day of Nissan in the Hebrew calendar and on the 15th by observant Jews living outside Israel. It’s basically Thanksgiving for Jews, and it’s…  Read More

Matzo Ball Soup

Passover Matzoh Ball Soup

A Passover Staple This is the only recipe I’ve come across that measures up to my grandmother’s. The matzoh ball has the perfect balance: light enough to float, dense enough to be a good “sinker.” When I make it as a main course, I serve the chicken in sixths with the skin and bone, adding…  Read More

Hanukkah Traditions

Celebrating the Festival of Lights My Jewish grandmother’s comfort-food classics are stellar, from chopped liver and tongue to matzo ball soup and brisket. She was an ace in the kitchen, rendering her own chicken fat for her recipes and giving me the cracklings to snack on when they were crispy and the fat was clear and golden. Her…  Read More

Hanukkah Traditions

Celebrating the Festival of Lights My Jewish grandmother’s comfort-food classics are stellar, from chopped liver and tongue to matzo ball soup and brisket. She was an ace in the kitchen, rendering her own chicken fat for her recipes and giving me the cracklings to snack on when they were crispy and the fat was clear and golden. Her…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Chopped Chicken Liver

Chopped Chicken Liver

Perfect for Breaking the Fast When I was four, five and six, I would spend hours upon hours in my Jewish grandmother’s kitchen, watching her cook for a small army. She always had enough food for twice as many people as required, cooked everything in schmaltz (chicken fat), laid out trays of bread topped with…  Read More