About the Author

Chef Herschel Arnow

Chef Herschel prepares hundreds of meals a day at Aish HaTorah’s World Center in Jerusalem. He caters the five star meals for the Jerusalem Fund missions as well as the daily food for the Yeshiva students. Before arriving at Aish HaTorah Jerusalem, he received his B.A. in Business administration and his M.A. in education. While working at Aish he completed a chef’s course in Jerusalem.

Hanukkah Potato Latkes Recipes

Traditional Chanukah potato latkes recipe

Menus for Before and After Yom Kippur

Tips and recipes for eating well before and after the fast.

Complete Rosh Hashana Menu

Run your life like I run my kitchen.

A Shabbat Dinner Menu

With lots of healthy salads and side dishes.

When Men have to Cook

You can’t go wrong with these simple, failsafe recipes.


Roasted, pickled, dried and fresh.

Talapia: Something Fishy!

Tasty recipes for a versatile fish. Try it this week.


Asian Noodle Salad

A perfect dish for this time of year.

Festive Cooking

Fabulous recipes from Jerusalem.

Chicken Delights

It's easy to make a good tasting chicken.

Barley: The Grain Series

Healthy and delicious recipes.

Bean Soup

Everyone loves soup when it's cold outside.

Too Many Carrots

Here's what to do.

O.M.G. It's Already Rosh Hashana

Complete menus for the upcoming three-day holiday.

When It has to be Nice

My sumptuous dinner menu.

On the Fire

Welcome to Israel, the land of barbecues.

Cold Soup: Are You Crazy?

Get ready for the hot weather.

Fancy Affair

My menu for a top of the line dinner.

Fish Steaks

A filling alternative everyone enjoys.

Macaroni and Cheese

Give the people what they want.


Just like your mother used to make it.


For when it gets cold in the sukkah.

Everyone Loves Salmon

Surefire recipes, perfect for the upcoming holidays.

Going Mexican

Recipes perfect for the nine days.

Elegant and Light

Complete menu for any special occasion.

Leftovers Before Passover

What to do with all that leftover chametz.

Bar Mitzvah Party

Have a party making a party!

The Greengrocer

Start thinking fennel.

Chinese Sheva Brachot

These choice recipes will make all the work worthwhile.

Odds 'N Ends

Add a splash of diversity in your cooking.

Rosh Hashanah Recipes: 30 Minutes or Less

Oh no! It's Rosh Hashanah already! What am I going to cook?

Beans, Peas and Lentils, Oh My!

Getting the most out of dried legumes.

Back to (Cooking) School

Three new recipes for the Nine Days.

Beets as in Borscht

Recipes that will turn the most ardent beet-phobes into true beet-believers.

Shavuot Dairy Desserts Deluxe

Some of my favorite dairy delights.

Spring Time Cooking

Some great picnic sandwich ideas.

Diversity in Cooking

Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue.

Bread: Back to Basics

The ABCs of making bread.


Goes great on your favorite Mexican food and on top of a piece of fresh challah on Shabbat.

Chicken Soup Deluxe

'Tis the season.

Sukkot Menu -- Asian Style

Bring on the guests, and bring on the food!

Food Management for Rosh Hashana

With seven meals to prepare, keep it simple!

Rosh Hashanah Menu

Chef Hershel's culinary recommendations.

Let's Have a Cookout - Part II

Best practices and recipes for a successful cookout.

Let's Have a Cookout, Part 1

Practical tips and tasty recipes.

Dagwood Sandwiches

Some exciting sandwich alternatives.

A Gourmet Passover

Cooking for Passover can be easy and delicious.

Mr. Potato Head

Let us all praise the common potato.

Spinach: The Food that Made Popeye Great

It wasn't until my wife made creamed spinach that I really realized what I was missing.

Alfredo L'originale

Think Fettuccine Alfredo tastes so good it must be difficult to make? It's not. Just relax and follow the recipe.

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