Old-Fashioned Beef Brisket
Tender slices of beef smothered in onions in a sweet tomato sauce give this Old-Fashioned Beef Brisket a classic feel. It is simple to prepare and delicious comfort food. —Gerry Thorpe, East Falmouth, Massachusetts


Tzimmes
I found this recipe for Tzimmes a long time ago. It has become our traditional side dish for every Chanukah and Passover feast and is a favorite of young and old alike…a great complement to chicken or turkey. —Cheri Bragg, Viola, Deleware


Vegetable Slaw

This pretty combination of fresh veggies is low fat and to enhance the flavors in th Vegetable Slaw, it can be made at least an hour before serving. For extra color, half-cup portions of squash and red and green pepper can be added. —Vicki Steh, Wausau, Wisconsin


Raspberry Chocolate Rugalach

Since we celebrate both Chanukah and Christmas, these Raspberry Chocolate Rugalach were always on the menu. The cookies can be covered and refrigerated overnight or frozen for up to two months. —GP Busarow, Whitehall, Montana