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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Monday, November 23, 2020

Roasted Daikon & a Simpler Thanksgiving 2020

Roasted Daikon & a Simpler Thanksgiving 2020

Thanksgiving 2020 will be one for the history books, that's for sure. We'll be keeping ours very small, just four of us, and very simple. With the obvious goals of keeping our crew safe and well -fed, I backed into my menu thinking about roasting purple daikon radishes. I admit that it's a little unexpected. ...

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

These Spice Blends Help to Repair the World

These Spice Blends Help to Repair the World

Raise your hand if you're running out of ideas for what to cook for dinner? WHAT? You, too?! Nobody needs to remind you that we are the eighth month of this Covid-19 pandemic. If you're like me, you've made your favorite recipes one too many times and you're looking for inspiration. Really, desperate fo...

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Stuff, Roll & Simmer these Brussels Leaves

Stuff, Roll & Simmer these Brussels Leaves

Have you seen the thick stalks of brussels sprouts at your local farmers' market yet? This cold weather crop begins to appear at the end of October and crescendos in November, landing on Thanksgiving tables across America. While I love brussels sprout buds (yup, that's what they're called) halved or shaved...

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...

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, August 5, 2020

Easy Summer Dinner: Wild Cod & Stacked Veggies in Parchment

Easy Summer Dinner: Wild Cod & Stacked Veggies in Parchment

This post was sponsored by Stew Leonard's. When the days are blazing hot outside, I yearn for easy summer dinners that require as little prep as possible. For lazy cooks (guilty) and those who would rather lounge poolside (guilty) or skip waves at the beach (guilty), try cooking fresh, wild fish in parch...

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

One Bowl Summer Salad: Quinoa, Peaches & Minty Lime Dressing

One Bowl Summer Salad: Quinoa, Peaches & Minty Lime Dressing

There's nothing that sets my heart aflutter like local peaches piled high at my farmers' market in CT. Now that our market has cautiously re-opened for "day of" shopping (so carefully, masked up, all precautions taken in this crazy time of pandemic) I'm honing in on big salads that will serve as a one bowl ...

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Strawberries & Cream Noodle Kugel Signals Springtime

Strawberries & Cream Noodle Kugel Signals Springtime

I grew up eating the same dairy noodle kugel that everyone else's Mom seemed to make. We all thought that our Mom's was the best. Of course. Still, it was SO one note. Where was the fruit? Why were the Moms not thinking about strawberries and sour cream, the ultimate spring combination? Scroll down to find...

Sunday, April 5, 2020

Set Aside 15 Minutes to Prep this Chicken for Roasting

Set Aside 15 Minutes to Prep this Chicken for Roasting

There's almost nothing more tempting than well-seasoned, simply roasted chicken. With aromatics and fresh herbs contributing to mouthwatering jus, Leah Koenig's recipe for Roast Chicken with Thyme and Honey is a spot-on choice for an effortless Passover or Shabbat entree....

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Make your Passover Seders Easier with these Simplified Menus

Make your Passover Seders Easier with these Simplified Menus

No way to stop the calendar, huh? Passover is indeed approaching and nobody wants COVID-19 as an uninvited visitor. Small family gatherings and limited access to ingredients means re-thinking seder preparations. Let's chose to simplify menus and keep the holiday joyful but not exhausting. With these new...