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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Celebrate Autumn with this French Apple Tart

Celebrate Autumn with this French Apple Tart

Do you love to go apple picking as the seasons shift and the days suddenly become cool and breezy again?  If you're like us, you shlep home an overflowing bushel (or two) after a gleeful day in the orchards and then wonder, now what? We turned to Ali Gutwaks, President and Personal Chef of AliBabka for ...

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

THAT Holiday Apple Cake Everyone Wants for Rosh HaShanah

THAT Holiday Apple Cake Everyone Wants for Rosh HaShanah
When Hadassah Magazine asked me for a holiday apple cake recipe I couldn't believe that I didn't have one for Rosh HaShanah on Kosher Like Me. Nine years into blogging and I don't have this traditional autumn dessert on the blog? The reason? I’ve been making the same dairy-free, foolproof recipe for so m...
Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Seasonal Snippet: Apples in Autumn

Seasonal Snippet: Apples in Autumn

above photo and all photos in this post, unless otherwise noted: Emily Hamilton Laux By Katy Morris Apples are always the apple of our eye but never more so than in autumn. They're healthy and delectably ubiquitous in an array of dishes ranging from crisp salads, hot ciders and smooth sauces to savory ...

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Frozen Mojito Pie

Frozen Mojito Pie

I've started dreaming about summer pies bursting with bright roasted strawberries and sunny cherry tomatoes. Wait, maybe I should head into savory territory and re-think dinner on the patio with a taco pie layered with black beans, mushrooms and tempeh and topped by shredded Romaine and red bell peppers. Easy...

Monday, January 6, 2014

Worldly Culinary Fusion, Jazz & Roasted Squash Salad

Worldly Culinary Fusion, Jazz & Roasted Squash Salad

contributed by Katy Morris With its elegantly cozy ambiance, welcoming staff, and a distinctive menu chock full of locally sourced, seasonal options with a global twist crafted by renowned Chef Francois Kwaku-Dongo, the eleven14 Kitchen hits all the marks for a great dining experience. Kosher Like Me w...

Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Rugelach Meet Hamantaschen in the Middle

Rugelach Meet Hamantaschen in the Middle
The Shaw family's tradition of baking classic hamantaschen (triangular Purim cookies) in their home kitchen has evolved into a much anticipate bake-a-thon in the kosher kitchen at Tufts University's Jewish Culture House, The Bayit. They call it Not Your Bubbe's Hamantaschen for a good reason....
Wednesday, September 1, 2021

No More SHOULD’s at my Rosh HaShanah Table

No More SHOULD’s at my Rosh HaShanah Table
When Karen Cinnamon sent me an invitation to chat on her podcast, Your Jewish Life Your Way, I was intrigued and honored. She was primed to talk about eco-friendly and seasonally inspired holiday celebrations as we count down to Rosh HaShanah on Labor Day....
Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Key Lime Sorbet Cools your Margarita

Key Lime Sorbet Cools your Margarita
There's a new gelato place in my hometown and folks are scooping it up. I'm thrilled to see Cold Fusion Gelato on Main St. where their all natural and kosher flavors are bringing residents out to grab a cone and stroll as they indulge in refreshing gelato and sorbet. As I sat with Eric Emmert, co-owner of ...
Thursday, May 13, 2021

Lemony Yogurt Pancakes Lighten up Breakfast

Lemony Yogurt Pancakes Lighten up Breakfast
Here’s a recipe for Shavuot that elevates the humble pancake to a delicious functional food. In June Hersh's home, they are a Sunday favorite, with a batter that requires a few extra steps but lightens up these breakfast griddle cakes significantly. The secret ingredient is yogurt....
Wednesday, September 23, 2020

7 Kugel Recipes to Enthrall All Tastes

7 Kugel Recipes to Enthrall All Tastes
The old Southern adage, "There's a lid for every pot." has me thinking about kugel. It used to be, that dairy kugel* was more or less the same kosher recipe of wide egg noodles, creamy cottage cheese, thick sour cream, loads of butter and a good dose of sugar. But the days of getting that first familiar bi...