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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Wednesday, January 13, 2016

You Can Win this Cookbook!

You Can Win this Cookbook!

New Year; New Ideas! We know how difficult it can be to stay inspired in the kitchen during these winter months. So we're offering Kim Kushner's refreshing and luscious cookbook, THE NEW KOSHER, Simple Ideas to Savor & Share, in this give-away! Did you read our review of Kim's 11370...



Tuesday, January 12, 2016

What’s New with Kim Kushner

What’s New with Kim Kushner

When a cookbook author launches her intro with a line like “I don’t always love to cook,” her honesty feels like the confession of a delightfully candid friend. Or something we each feel, but probably don't say, as we face another ___________ (fill in the blank: Monday, weekend, holiday, Shabbat, work w...



Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Savory French Toast Elevates Mom’s Day Classic

Savory French Toast Elevates Mom’s Day Classic

Classic French Toast doesn't take much to prepare. And we would never knock it as a great starter recipe for young kids wanting to thrill Moms with breakfast in bed on Mother's Day. In fact, it never crossed our minds to stray from the basic challah soaked, cinnamon laced, eggy breakfast fave that we all l...



Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Challah Baking with Soul (plus Olive Oil & Silan)

Challah Baking with Soul (plus Olive Oil & Silan)

This Friday night will be all the sweeter when we bake and serve challah again after a two week hiatus. Was anyone else yearning for sweet, yeasty, pull apart challah instead of flat, crumbly, dry matzah? 11490...



Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Cookbook Review: Sharing Moroccan Homecooking

Cookbook Review: Sharing Moroccan Homecooking

Sharing Morocco: Exotic Flavors from My Kitchen to Yours, by Ruth Barnes, takes home cooks on an enthusiastic tour of the basics of her native culinary traditions and tools. Barnes’ volume aims to simplify and make accessible techniques and basic components of traditional Moroccan dishes. And she succeed...



Tuesday, September 2, 2014

The Prime Grill Cookbook Give-Away: Falafel Crusted Salmon

The Prime Grill Cookbook Give-Away: Falafel Crusted Salmon

I've always been pleased to see so many non-meat alternatives for vegetarians dining at Prime Grill in NYC. Chef David Kolotkin is as creative with apps and salads as he is with beef entrees. And with a fish section including rich entrees, like Teriyaki Glazed Chilean Sea Bass with Cauliflower Curry Puree ...



Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Balaboosta Cookbook Give-Away #3 plus Chicken with Pomegranates & Walnuts

Balaboosta Cookbook Give-Away #3 plus Chicken with Pomegranates & Walnuts

Balaboosta is one of my go-to favorite restaurants in NYC. When friends come to town, it's my first choice for where to take them. I love the bold Mediterranean and Israeli inspired dishes with Chef/Owner Einat Admony's creative twists. Fried olives anyone? 11780...



Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Winner!

Winner!

Chavie Hagler is the winner of THE NEW JEWISH TABLE cookbook! Luckily, she checked her e-mail early on May 7 and I promptly popped her copy of the book in the mail to her with plenty of time for her to receive it before Mother's Day. I wonder if she is sharing it with some lucky Mama or keeping it for ...



Sunday, March 10, 2013

Macarons, the True French Way

Macarons, the True French Way

As promised, here is the recipe from Cecile Cannone, baker and owner of Macaron Cafe, NYC. Her book, FRENCH MACARONS, AUTHENTIC COOKIE RECIPES FROM THE MACARON CAFE, will guide you clearly through every step of the process. Many thanks to Cecile Cannone and Ulysses Press for sharing these photos and this reci...



Thursday, March 7, 2013

Tell Me More! French Macarons Baked in NYC

Tell Me More! French Macarons Baked in NYC

Tell Me More! is a new series at Kosher Like Me. I'll be sharing interviews and tidbits with you about Chefs, Cooks and other fascinating folks in the food world. These are people and stories I want to know more about. I think you will, too. I completely ignored the macaron craze for a few years, even snu...