Eytan Zias, What Are You Baking?
Today we're baking with Eytan Zias of the Phoenix Knife House -- an Israeli native with an affinity for Japanese knives. A former chef at restaurants from New York City to Phoenix, he's been on a baking kick. Lucky us. What are you baking for the holidays this year?
Rosemary and candied pine nut apple tart, this tart is kind of a standard of mine but I tend to change the toppings.
Favorite holiday treats?
Growing up in Israel we eat something called "sufganiot" for Hanuka, when I moved to the US I found out they were just plain old jelly filled donuts. So I'd have to say either sufganiot or just plain old latkes with apple sauce.
Find out which holiday goodie Zias would like to see outlawed -- and get his recipe for apple tart with rosemary and candied pine nuts -- after the jump.
courtesy of Eytan Zias
Apple Tart with Rosemary and Candied Pine Nuts
1 T sugar
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