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Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Do-Ahead Bread Pudding with a Sephardic Back-Story

Do-Ahead Bread Pudding with a Sephardic Back-Story
As Yom Kippur approaches, the question of what to make for break fast that's easy and do-ahead is paramount. The break fast meal, whether you have a big party or keep it a simple family affair, is an important part of the Yom Kipp...


Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Crisp Autumn Salad Loaded with Symbolism

Crisp Autumn Salad Loaded with Symbolism
I've been giving a lot of thought to how to incorporate as many seasonal vegetables and fruits as possible into my celebratory menus as I begin to cook for Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish new year. While brisket and chicken soup will always have a place at my table, I turn to my local farmers' market for inspira...


Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Late Summer Corn Soup Spans the Seasons

Late Summer Corn Soup Spans the Seasons

What took me so long to make stock from all of those corn cobs we've been nibbling on all summer?

It's not too late now that you know you should be making this effortless vegetarian broth for your future soups, grains and curries. Here in the Northeast, you'll find stacks of just harvested corn at y...



Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Zucchini Crisps & Lessons Learned Cooking with Tweens

Zucchini Crisps & Lessons Learned Cooking with Tweens
A few weeks ago I hosted three tweens in my kitchen for a series of cooking classes on various themes. The experience was so rich that it left me ruminating about the lessons I learned from three eleven year olds this summer. While we chopped, simmered, improvised, questioned and consulted with each other ...


Wednesday, July 19, 2017

How to Make Old Fashioned Peach Jam the Easy Way

How to Make Old Fashioned Peach Jam the Easy Way

At 9:00 on a steamy summer Friday that was so hot that I had already downed three iced teas, the owner of Watsonia Farms pulled his refrigerated Carolina Peach Truck, neatly stacked with cases of fragrant southern Freestones, into the lot at Gilbertie's.

I was already salivating in anticipation of ...



Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Savory Mushroom Cheese Kugel for Shavuot

Savory Mushroom Cheese Kugel for Shavuot

Summer is starting off with a bash as Memorial Day weekend BBQ's and picnics are followed almost immediately by the two day joyful Jewish festival of Shavuot when all things dairy reign supreme.

Good things calories don't count 'cause it's a holiday.

My family is crazy about mushrooms and all...



Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Kosher Like Me Offers 30 Passover Breakfast Recipes from your Favorite Bloggers

Kosher Like Me Offers 30 Passover Breakfast Recipes from your Favorite Bloggers

Breakfast options sure can feel scarce during Passover week.

We simply can't eat matzah and cream cheese for 8 days. Sure, it tastes great at the beginning of the week but by the second or third day we've had it with the crumbs. To solve the Passover breakfast dilemma we've turned to more than 30 of...



Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Kosher Like Me Greens Up with Pesto for Passover

Kosher Like Me Greens Up with Pesto for Passover

We love to celebrate holidays with symbolic foods. That's why we're seeing green as we welcome spring (have you heard the birds?!) and Passover simultaneously with this vegan and gluten-free pesto over spaghetti squash.
But with earliest veggies like morels, mint and pea greens still 6-8 weeks away h...



Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Orange Maple Glazed Salmon on the Verge of Spring

Orange Maple Glazed Salmon on the Verge of Spring

After eating enough hamantaschen to sink a ship, I welcome simply seared salmon as a dose of healthy while waiting for early spring greens. Freshly squeezed orange juice and citrus segments brighten both dreary days and uninspired plates.

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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Molly Yeh’s Falafel Recipe Brings Brightness to January

Molly Yeh’s Falafel Recipe Brings Brightness to January

Taim means flavor but more specifically, YUMMMM. We use it when we take a bite and can only summon one word to express how utterly delicious that bite is. TAIM!

So it makes perfect sense that the best falafel in NYC is served at a place with a name that encapsulates how perfectly balanced, fried and...