A tangy fruit compote from The New Jewish Table cookbook, perfect served over a slice of cheesecake.
Curried Fruit Couscous
The virtually no-cook salad is a great way to introduce the kids to dried fruits.
Date Walnut Squares
The spiced whipped cream is optional, but adds a peppery element of surprise to this dessert.
Quinoa and Grape Curry Salad
Green and red grapes team up with quinoa, walnuts and vegetables for this terrific colorful salad.
This beautiful marmalade is perfect on buttered toast, of course, but it also adds a zesty sip to Curried Chicken Salad or other curried dishes.
Blood Orange Marmalade
Blood oranges give a floral aroma, deep magenta color and wine-like flavor to this marmalade.
Seville Orange Marmalade
This recipe uses the cut-rind method of marmalade making, which results in a purer fruit flavor, with a lighter color, looser texture, and clearer jelly than whole-fruit marmalade.