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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

The Joys of Jewish Preserving & Cranberry Applesauce

The Joys of Jewish Preserving & Cranberry Applesauce

The Joys of Jewish Preserving, a new guide to holding onto the best of the seasons’ harvest, is an inspiration for those who well, just can’t let it go. If you love those stacks of ruddy apples at your farmers...

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Spiced Cod to Keep your Latkes Company

Spiced Cod to Keep your Latkes Company

It's natural to focus on latkes and creative fried alternatives when we feel like we are, ahem, obligated to sizzle all sorts of treats in hot oil for Chanukah celebrations. But what are you serving as your main dish? We like to serve something loaded with vegetables in order to relieve just a wee bit o'gu...

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Spice up Chanukah with these Eggplant Pakoras

Spice up Chanukah with these Eggplant Pakoras

If latkes begin to look a little lackluster midway to Chanukah’s grand finale on the eighth night, you're not alone. Consider spicing up your holiday celebration with these fried Indian Eggplant Pakora from Shulie Madnick’s Food Wanderings.

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Wednesday, December 14, 2016

11 Fried Chanukah Treats to Beat Latke Fatigue

11 Fried Chanukah Treats to Beat Latke Fatigue

We love Chanukah latkes as much as all of you do. And we plan on eating our fill, for sure. But after 2-3 nights, no matter how creatively we've mixed and sizzled, we're ready for something a little different.

So this year, we're celebrating the miracle of oil by searching eight regions for fried tr...

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Something Sweet Cookbook Give-Away

Something Sweet Cookbook Give-Away

Ready to whip up something new to light up your holiday celebrations? We've got your Chanukah baking covered with a chance to win one copy of Miriam Pascal's beautiful and oh-so- user friendly cookbook, SOMETHING SWEET; DESSERTS, BAKED GOODS, AND TREATS FOR EVERY OCCASION. For Pascal's fool-proof reci...

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Something Sweet & Easy Cake Donuts

Something Sweet & Easy Cake Donuts

I’ve been drooling over Miriam Pascal’s beautifully photographed and user-friendly cookbook, Something Sweet; Desserts, Baked Goods and Treats for Every Occasion for months. Now that we are firmly into holiday baking season I plan on whipping up these Bakery Style Cake Donuts for at least one of our C...

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Cheesy Breakfast Latkes Made Easy

Cheesy Breakfast Latkes Made Easy

Frozen shredded potatoes are about to make your Chanukah latkes (aka potato pancakes) a whole lot easier. Yes, we used easy and latkes in the same sentence because this shortcut will leave your knuckles intact and your mound of grated potatoes looking bright instead of that dreaded tawny purplish hue. Ready?...

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Whitefish Guacamole Spices Up Chanukah

Whitefish Guacamole Spices Up Chanukah

Contributed by Katy Morris Need some help spicing up your Chanukah dinner celebrations? No problema! Renowned Chef Julian Medina invites you to venture south of the border for the Festival of Lights this year. Actually, just south of Houston. Once again, he has combined his Mexican heritage, present-...

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Sizzling Latke Variations for Chanukah

Sizzling Latke Variations for Chanukah

Chanukah, Hanukkah, Hannuka, however you transliterate it,  it spells L-A-T-K-E  deliciousness for all eight nights of celebration. Starting with the perfect traditional potato latke (pancake) and winding our way from savory to sweet, we're providing a range of flavors and ingredients for you to sizzle a...

Monday, December 2, 2013

Transforming Leftover Risotto Into Arancini di Riso

Transforming Leftover Risotto Into Arancini di Riso

I wonder if you’re feeling latke’ed out yet?  With the holiday combo of Thanksgiving and Chanukah converging, I definitely had my fill of potatoes and latkes of all sorts. But that’s not to say that we’re finished celebrating yet, right? 11788...