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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Monday, November 7, 2016

3 Reasons We’ve Fallen for Foraged Fungi

3 Reasons We’ve Fallen for Foraged Fungi

As New England is enveloped in autumn’s auburn colors and the forest prepares for winter’s rest, seasonal fall mushrooms shoot out of the rich soil providing cooks with the perfect flavor rich ingredient. If you're lucky enough to find them at your farmers' market, nab them.

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Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Crostini & Charmoula are Meant to be Together

Upon our recent visits to review the vegetarian cafe Rosemary and Vine, the owners shared a handful of delicious meat-free recipes with us. Some folks are just generous like that.

We were especially enamored with the avocado crostini, not just because we love avocados but because we loved the grassy...

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

A Simple Guide to No-Fuss Summer Jamming

A Simple Guide to No-Fuss Summer Jamming

We're strong believers in all-things-seasonal, but we refuse to accept that the sun-kissed summer bounty is soon coming to an end. That's why we’re planning on saving our summer in a jar. Before you can ask, wanna go pumpkin picking? We'll be smearing sunshine-filled strawberry spread over scones and fil...

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Classic Cherry Jam the Easy Way

Classic Cherry Jam the Easy Way

With summer fruit overflowing at your local farmers' markets we'd like to make this peak-of-season moment last forever. Alas, the best we can do is preserve some of it. We'll be sharing plenty more resources, tips and how to's later this week to get you going.

For now, we'll set your imagination fre...

Friday, May 6, 2016

We’ve Got News!

We’ve Got News!

Notice anything new today? We've updated our look and plenty more! After nearly five years and over 500 posts, Kosher Like Me was ripe for an update!
What does that mean for you?

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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

12 Tips for Reducing Stress when Hosting a Holiday

12 Tips for Reducing Stress when Hosting a Holiday

Stressed when you’re hosting?  Who isn’t? There are a few super simple ways to make holiday planning a whole lot easier and more streamlined. Here are my top12 tips for getting organized and reducing some of that stress before ANY dinner/event you host: 11322...

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Seasonal Snippet: Jicama Lends Tropical Crunch to Winter Dishes

Seasonal Snippet: Jicama Lends Tropical Crunch to Winter Dishes

By Katy Morris Jicama (pronounced “hee-ka-mah”) has made its way up north to uplift our winter dishes with its welcoming crispness - a perfect textural contrast to all the root veggies we’ve been roasting lately. And with Chanukah calories having settled into certain, ahem, body parts, it's the p...

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Why we Love those Lumpy Sunchokes

Why we Love those Lumpy Sunchokes

Katy Morris Jerusalem artichokes are surprisingly misleading in more ways than one. For starters, they're not from Jerusalem and they’re not artichokes. And despite their knobby, uninviting look, this root vegetable magically transforms into a comforting, scrumptious and nutritious side dish. Loo...

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Seasonal Snippet: Winter Squash in Autumn

Seasonal Snippet: Winter Squash in Autumn

by Katy Morris All photos: Emily H. Laux. Find more of Emily's photos on Instagram @emilyhlaux As the piles of vibrant summer produce phase out at your local farmers’ market, in roll the heaps of tough looking gourds. And as sweater weather arrives, we're turning to comforting casseroles, soups, stew...

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Farm Fresh Eggs & Why You Should Bother

Farm Fresh Eggs & Why You Should Bother

Katy Morris Eggs. They are a protein staple in most vegetarian-centered diets and offer endless ways to be enjoyed (wait ‘til you try Liz’s Shakshuka recipe). Now, we know you’re all about eating locally and healthily - we get it and obviously that’s how we roll as well. But when it comes to eg...