Kosher Kitchensurfing at Home

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Contributed by Katy Morris

Ready to take a break from holiday cooking challenges even before Thanksgiving and eight nights of Chanukah throw those kitchen curve balls at you?  If you’re looking for an effortless alternative, and you already feel relieved as you imagine a professional chef keeping your turkey moist or your latkes crisp, Kitchen Surfing has the answer.

And now there are kosher options. Continue reading

Making Perfect Autumnal Ravioli

plated-Butternut Squash with butter and sage

Contributed by Katy Morris

One of the most popular New York based kosher chefs of Kitchensurfing and Chef de Cuisine of Prime at the Bentley, Chef David Egidio Donagrandi, offered his take on a classic seasonal ravioli recipe, crafted exclusively for Kosher Like Me readers. We are indeed, honored and appreciative.

These pumpkin or butternut squash filled ravioli are a perfect way to use the bright orange gourds you’ll find at your farmers’ market through November and December.  Continue reading

The Modern Kosher Kitchen Give-Away

Cover- The Modern Kosher Kitchen by Ronnie Fein

Cover- The Modern Kosher Kitchen by Ronnie Fein

I love sharing the scoop with my readers!  Cookbook author and blogger, Ronnie Fein, has released her latest book called The Modern Kosher Kitchen . You may pre-order or pick it up after November 15. 

Better yet, you can play your hand at this cookbook give-away and hope to win it here and nowContinue reading

Crispy Roasted Cauliflower “Steak”

The Modern Kosher Kitchen by Ronnie Fein. Photo: Glenn Scott

The Modern Kosher Kitchen by Ronnie Fein. Photo: Glenn Scott

The cruciferous Autumn darling of the season seems to be cauliflower. With the proper prep and seasoning, it’s pretty easy to forget how you felt about this veggie when you were a young’un.  Continue reading

Mini Pumpkins Filled Three Ways

photo: Marcia Selden Catering

photo: Marcia Selden Catering

Contributed by Marcia Selden

Pull out your pashminas, fall is in full swing!  Grab your pumpkin spiced latte and check out our 3 favorite warm-your-belly filled pumpkin recipes to make for your next meal! We think everything tastes better in a tiny pumpkin. Continue reading

Seasonal Snippet: Profusion of Pumpkins

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Contributed by Katy Morris

Glowing on nearly every doorstep, spicing up Starbucks lattes, popping up in patches all over – there’s a profusion of pumpkins everywhere we turn. Here’s what you need to  know about the famous winter squash, and one of our favorite edible gourds, the pumpkin. Continue reading

Is this Kosher Chef the Next Top Chef? Consider this Ceviche.

photo: Natalie Woyshner

photo: Natalie Woyshner

Contributed by Katy Morris

How does a non-Jewish, half-Mexican, half-Japanese, treyf-loving chef become the first ever kosher “cheftestant” on one of the most popular TV shows in the country?

I didn’t pick kosher, kosher picked me,” he claims.

Chef Katsuji Tanabe of L.A.’s premiere authentic Mexican kosher restaurant, Mexikosher and recent winner of Food Network’s Chopped, made it through the first round of Top Chef last Wednesday eve. 

On the eve of the premiere, I asked him to Tell Me More. Continue reading

Try Cooking with Tea for Nuanced Flavors

Chicken_Quinoa plateThe chilly temps of Autumn have us sipping steaming cups of hot tea while spending more time looking for new recipe inspirations.  When we started wondering about cooking with tea we consulted local experts and CT friends at  Leaf & Ardor Tea Co. to get the skinny. Continue reading