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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Thursday, November 15, 2012

Launch Your Thanksgiving Feast with Pumpkin Bisque

Launch Your Thanksgiving Feast with Pumpkin Bisque

With Thanksgiving one week away, there is still plenty of time to deliberate over the menu.  One thing is for sure, though, and that is that I'll be serving soup as a warming and tantalizing opener at our Autumnal Feast. 11956...



Thursday, November 8, 2012

Landing on Latin American/ Vegan in Park Slope plus Caribbean Brown Rice & Beans

Landing on Latin American/ Vegan in Park Slope plus Caribbean Brown Rice & Beans

Welcome to Java Nooryani, vegan enthusiast in Brooklyn. Java moved to NYC from LA to study literature at NYU. After being a vegetarian for 10 years, she shifted to adopt veganism. She shops NYC farmers' markets for the freshest local ingredients and celebrates the many veg-friendly offerings in her new boroug...



Thursday, November 1, 2012

Dining after Sunset in Orange County, CA. (plus next day Vegan Quiche)

Dining after Sunset in Orange County, CA. (plus next day Vegan Quiche)

Sunset along Orange County's coastline is an event worth celebrating. After the sun dips below the horizon, casting its glorious technicolored drama on the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean, you'll start looking for places to eat dinner.  Check out some of these veg  friendly spots for your evening meal b...



Thursday, September 27, 2012

Celebrating Autumn’s Bounty with this Veggie Soup

Celebrating Autumn’s Bounty with this Veggie Soup

It's time to exhale deeply as we approach the joyful holiday of Sukkot. We are in the homestretch of the fall holiday series and the tenor has shifted to lighthearted celebration. Sukkot  punctuates the final harvest of the agricultural season with eight days and nights of celebration and shared meal...



Thursday, September 13, 2012

Impossible to Resist Honey Cake

Impossible to Resist Honey Cake

I tried to avoid this. Really, I did. I wracked my brain, rustled through my ever expanding kosher cookbook collection and finally through up my hands and yielded to Melissa Roberts, my go-to recipe writer, for a traditional Rosh Hashanah recipe with a twist. Like you, I was thinking, aren’t there eno...



Thursday, July 26, 2012

Radical Roots and Cous Cous with Spring Veggies

Radical Roots and Cous Cous with Spring Veggies

Some days I’m pressed for time and speed shop through my farmers’ market, stopping only long enough to grab the goods and move on.  On more leisurely days, I meander from farmer to chef, getting the juice on what’s growing and cooking. 11994...



Sunday, March 4, 2012

Hamantaschen: Delicious No Matter How You Spell It

Hamantaschen: Delicious No Matter How You Spell It

Hamantaschen are delectable, triangular filled cookies eaten on the holiday of Purim. While some think that these tasty folded treats resemble little hats, they are referred to as Oznei Haman in Hebrew and Orecchie d’Aman in Italian, in both cases meaning Haman’s EARS, not hats! 12036...



Wednesday, January 18, 2012

“Sweet Genius” Contestant, Paula Shoyer, Baking in Westport, CT.

“Sweet Genius” Contestant, Paula Shoyer, Baking in Westport, CT.

Did you miss Paula Shoyer, author of THE KOSHER BAKER, on the Food Network’s new baking competition “Sweet Genius”?  If so, you can catch her in Westport on Wednesday, January 25 when she will be offering a baking demonstration and scrumptious tasting at Chabad of Westport. 12056...



Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Blossom Keeps Me Coming Back For More

Blossom Keeps Me Coming Back For More

Naysayers may ask, “If it is vegan, what is there to eat, really?!”  Think vegan is bland and limited in choices?  Think again. Blossom has been on the  NYC restaurant scene since 2005. I have trouble imagining the dining landscape without it.  There are a number of great (yes, I said it) vegan rest...



Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Poached Pears The Easy Way

Poached Pears The Easy Way

Here is a reliably tasty recipe for luscious and elegant poached pears. This recipe came to me via my friend Elise, blogger at Much Ado About Stuffing.  She is a fearless kosher cook with an endless array of great recipes up her sleeve. I love this recipe because it is not hugely decadent but it’s still...