About Dale Raben

Dale Raben is a writer/editor/aspiring housewife living in Brooklyn, originally from South Florida. She's a children's book review editor and is currently pursuing a master's in English Literature and planning her wedding. When she doesn't have her nose in a book, she's whippin something up in the kitchen. Dale is one of Jewcy's Pickled food bloggers.

Rosh Hashanah Dinner Menu: Chocolate-Honey Layer Cake

By August 31, 2007

The holiday calls for honey, so here’s honey. Both the batter and frosting in this recipe are drenched in it. In fact, the honey in this recipe is like that one main chick in the Pussycat dolls: She's the face … Read More

Rosh Hashanah Dinner Menu: Honey Balls

By August 31, 2007

Honey-drenched dough balls traditionally eaten on Rosh Hashanah are called teiglach. They're kind of like Jewish sticky buns. This recipe offers a method for serving small balls for a more elegant presentation or glued together in a cake. Click here … Read More

Rosh Hashanah Dinner Menu: Golden Couscous

By August 31, 2007

This couscous recipe really lives up to its name. It makes great use of late-summer corn on the cob, which adds wonderful sweetness and crunch along with the yellow peppers. And, as you see below, it’s so golden it almost … Read More

Other People’s Parties: Non-Dairy Creamer May Change My Life

By August 29, 2007

I went to my first Orthodox bar mitzvah last weekend. It was my first Orthodox anything, come to think of it. While I didn’t pay much attention in temple (since the women and men sit separately and I didn’t have … Read More