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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Happy Birthday Trees & Chocolate Tart

Happy Birthday Trees & Chocolate Tart

We're jazzed to sweeten our favorite holiday around preparing local ingredients and seasonal fruits. Tu b'Shvat, this locavore's favorite winter holiday, is coming right up and we're turning to the Bible's set list of ingredients as a guideline for what to eat. Start planning your feast's dessert by whipp...

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

These Trumpet Mushrooms Beg for Linguini

These Trumpet Mushrooms Beg for Linguini

I love to experiment with all varieties of mushrooms, especially in the winter when green markets can be short on enticing ingredients to spark new creations in my kosher kitchen. Since Seacoast Mushrooms became a weekly vendor at the Westport Farmers' Market, I've joined the throngs of 'shroom enthusiasts ...

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Chicken Tagine Sure to Warm Winter Nights

Chicken Tagine Sure to Warm Winter Nights

After tasting Einat Admony's Spicy Chicken Tagine over couscous at Kish Kash in NYC, I had to ask for the recipe to share with you. If you're looking for crispy and flavorful chicken that would be easy to make for a crowd on New Year's Eve or over winter break, throw this one in your oven....

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Kish Kash: Authentic Couscous in NYC

Kish Kash: Authentic Couscous in NYC

Here's a bit of warming winter advice if you're chillin' in NYC this season: Forget everything you know (and probably don't like) about boxed couscous. Now head over to the west village to warm up in Israeli superstar chef, Einat Admony's intimate restaurant called Kish Kash. You'll find a bright and casua...

Thursday, December 6, 2018

We have a Winner!

We have a Winner!

Thank you to all 566 readers who commented, tagged and linked to our give-away this week. You are the best! I loved reading each and every one of your comments. Talk about latke toppings?! You shared your Chanukah traditions, some new flavors and plenty of latke passion. If you're looking for some great id...

Monday, December 3, 2018

Chanukah Giveaway: Little Book of Jewish Feasts

Chanukah Giveaway: Little Book of Jewish Feasts

It's Chanukah giveaway time! We want all of our readers to to have a chance to win this gift so we're running this contest as a real quickie. Jump right in! One lucky reader will win a copy of Koenig's cookbook, Little Book of Jewish Feasts, this week. We'll rush it right out to the winner so (hopefully) ...

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Poppy Seed Schnitzel for Chanukah? Yes, Please!

Poppy Seed Schnitzel for Chanukah? Yes, Please!

And just like that... we're about to celebrate Chanukah! Get ready to swiftly shift from talking turkey to frying potato pancakes, sufganiyot (Israeli style donuts) and schnitzel. Wait! Schnitzel for Chanukah? YES, please! This extra crunchy version will be a great crowd pleaser next to any of these dair...

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Thanksgiving Starter: Roasted Beet Puree

Thanksgiving Starter: Roasted Beet Puree

Thanksgiving starters and sides are where my head is as we approach the holiday feast next week. My family has opted out of turkey (shocking, I know) and we'll be grilling steak for an intimate crew around our table. We'll be starting with a seasonal, vegan and gluten-free beet puree called Charkhlis Mkhal...

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Cacio e Pepe Pasta with Roasted Mushrooms

Cacio e Pepe Pasta with Roasted Mushrooms

We ate at least one bowl of Cacio e Pepe Pasta every day while in Rome a few weeks ago. That seems like a lot, I know. True confession: sometimes, I even ate it twice a day. It's a Roman classic that's on every menu and one of the few, if not only, vegetarian pasta dishes found at many restaurants. This addi...

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Feasting & Walking in Rome, Part 1

Feasting & Walking in Rome, Part 1

Ahhhh, Roma! We headed to the great ancient city a couple of weeks ago to explore it's deep history and of course, eat our weight in pasta. We committed an entire week to take a deep dive, relishing the time to strike a balance between guided tours and wandering about (and noshing) on our own. Sometimes, w...