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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Quinoa Filled Squash Boats for Passover

Quinoa Filled Squash Boats for Passover

As we wind our way through Passover week, it's great fun to experiment with ingredients that fit the bill as perfectly as quinoa does. This vegetarian dish brings bright colors and textures together for this elegant side dish or entree. 11910...



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, January 3, 2013

Challah Stuffing and Sharing Culinary Histories with Beyond Bubbie

Challah Stuffing and Sharing Culinary Histories with Beyond Bubbie

Food memories have become central to the stuff of culinary themed memoirs, lately. I don't see the trend ending any time soon, either. Almost every major event in our lives is connected to celebrating with foods we love. It makes for great story telling and transports us across cultures and eras. 11940...



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...



Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Let’s Talk Gefilte & Making it from Scratch

Let’s Talk Gefilte & Making it from Scratch

Question: How do you recognize a gefilte fish swimming in the ocean? Answer: It’s the only one with a carrot on its head. The subject of gefilte fish, in all of its old and new permutations, brought a standing room only crowd of over 200 enthusiasts to the Center for Jewish History in NYC last week. ...



Thursday, August 30, 2012

Labor Day Reflections & Veggie Gratin

Labor Day Reflections & Veggie Gratin

Labor Day’s signal is loud and clear. Like Pavlov’s dogs, we respond to the first Monday in September with a wave of sadness as the date proclaims that summer is over. Not so fast! I’ll take this Labor Day to give thanks to those who advocate for fair wages, better working conditions, and fair tra...