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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Monday, April 11, 2016

Lucky Giveaway Winner

Lucky Giveaway Winner

Lucky Arline from Middletown, NY! She'll have this beautiful handmade Seder plate at her Passover table this year. Julie and I would like to thank ALL of you who took the time to respond to our question about how you'll be changing something at your Seder tables this Passover. Your answers were heartfelt a...

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Fuss-free Artichoke Tart for a Quickie Dinner

Fuss-free Artichoke Tart for a Quickie Dinner

If you know that your family will be racing to the finish line even before they begin your Purim meal, consider keeping your entree super simple with this Artichoke and Gruyere Tart. We love that it's meat-free so all hamantaschen, even those laden with butter, are fair game. 11336...

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Celebrate with Chocolate Halva Hamantaschen

Celebrate with Chocolate Halva Hamantaschen

Welcome guest blogger, Amy Kritzer! When I asked Amy if she had a tempting hamantaschen recipe for Purim 2016 she shared this recipe with chocolate and tehini at the center of this holiday cookie. Read on to see how Amy shines as she puts new twists on traditional Jewish baking: Back in college, I was a...

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Two Routes to Sizzling Buffalo Bites

Two Routes to Sizzling Buffalo Bites

Recipes and photos courtesy of Robin Selden, Marcia Selden Catering and Event Planning While the BIG GAME may be yesterday's news, baseball season is only one month away and we still need finger foods to munch on as we watch basketball and hockey. Because we never really ate our fill, we're sharing these ...

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Roasted Fruit Sparks Winter Salads

Roasted Fruit Sparks Winter Salads

Recipe and photo courtesy of Robin Selden for Maria Selden Catering and Event Planning Remember the first time you grilled those peak-of-season, local peaches and were blown away by how much sweeter and more nuanced they tasted? Now imagine roasting winter fruits that seem, well, less exciting. By a lot. ...

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

20 Chicken Soup Recipes to Warm the Soul (Vegetarian,Too)

20 Chicken Soup Recipes to Warm the Soul (Vegetarian,Too)

Whether the inevitable winter sniffles have your sinuses stuffier than spring hayfever or you’re just in need of a warming, nutritious fix, a bowl of piping hot chicken soup is just what the doctor ordered. And the New Year calls for a new recipe, don’t ya think? That’s why 11362...

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Winter Salad that Meets the Challenge

Winter Salad that Meets the Challenge

Winter salads can taste a little lackluster, we know. But colder months provide an opportunity to create pairings with dried fruits and nuts that sing differently but still shine in composed salads bursting with warm flavors and colors. 11364...

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Sweet and Savory Galette for Tu b’Shvat

Sweet and Savory Galette for Tu b’Shvat

The challenge: Create a recipe with seven seemingly disparate ingredients.  A wild mystery basket full of items on CHOPPED? 11366...

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

New Year Wishes

New Year Wishes

To our enthusiastic noshers and loyal readers... 11378...

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Marrakesh Chicken for a Crowd

Marrakesh Chicken for a Crowd

Marrakesh chicken is a real crowd pleaser. It's interesting enough to serve for holidays or special dinners. It's easy enough to serve for casual weekend gatherings, too. We appreciate the load of dried apricots and figs along with warmth inducing cumin and ginger during these  winter months. Best of all,...