I’m guessing it’s time for fruit and something much lighter than the fare you’ve been eating at your Seders.
I’m keeping it fresh and simple with this Orange and Fennel Salad from our Passover eBook, 4 Bloggers Dish: Passover. This vegan, pareve, gluten-free salad is so easy to make and so refreshing, you’ll want to make it all year round. Continue reading
In collaborating on my recent eBook, 4 Bloggers Dish: Passover, Modern Twists on Traditional Flavors, I thought a lot about how my tastes have shifted over the years and how in some ways, they haven’t at all.
During Passover, a lot of home-cooks turn back to traditional foods that may be outside of the scope of what they normally eat. This naturally brought me to contemplating gefilte fish. And while I LOVE my gefilte fish, I’m totally DIS-interested in making it. The stink of simmering fish broth in my home? No thanks. Continue reading
Photo: Foodman Matzolah
This Passover, you can have your granola and eat it too!
Gluten free, all natural, kosher granola, that is. We are thrilled that Foodman’s has expanded their kosher Matzolah line to include a tasty Cranberry-Orange Gluten Free variety just in time for what may be the most challenging Jewish holidays food-wise. This KOF-K certified and dairy free (pareve) granola couldn’t have come at a better time. Continue reading
Image courtesy of Shearwater
Groundbreaking, eye opening, and palate pleasing… Shearwater Coffee Roasters is the FIRST and ONLY USDA certified organic coffee roaster in Fairfield County, CT and they have roasted up some delicious, unalloyed coffee. Continue reading
contributed by Katy Morris; photos by Liz Rueven
After their highly successful launch of O.A.T.S. Granola, Westport “mom-preneurs” Dana Noorily and Julie Levitt have jointly opened an “enlightened” Westport eatery called The Granola Bar where you can pick up some of their famous granola, sip on some delicious coffee from Tobey’s Estate in Brooklyn, or nibble on simple, clean, whole foods.
Why do we like this place so much? Continue reading
Black Bean Veggie Burger courtesy BareBurger
Contributed by Katy Morris
Some say that veggie burger is a laughable oxymoron, but the ones we’ve rounded up here certainly hold their own when it comes to the hearty and tasty All-American sandwich.
photo courtesy of Doc’s Maple Syrup
By Katy Morris
Sweet, golden, pure natural maple syrup. Yum, what could be better? Here in New England, it is prime maple syrup season, and that means you get to dress your waffles, infuse your pound cake and glaze your potatoes with locally made, wholesome maple goodness during peak season here in the Northeast. Continue reading
logo and cover design: Janine Doherty, NYC
It was only eight weeks ago that I clicked open an e-mail and read an enticing invitation to join three other food bloggers on a fast and furious journey that has resulted in our collaborative cookbook, “4 Bloggers Dish: Passover, Modern Twists on Traditional Flavors”. Continue reading
Lots of laughter, wild costumes, and of course, the re-telling of the Purim victory tale, are all part of the Purim celebration. The hamantaschen, triangular cookies filled with jam, are always a key component.
And while I’ve seen these favorite cookies in bakeries at other times of the year, nothing signals Purim more delightfully than the tradition of baking these sweet treats in your own kitchen. Continue reading
Anyone who has swiped steaming freshly baked pita around a bowl of authentic and creamy hummus knows the real deal when they taste it.
The chickpeas are blended to a velvety smoothness with the help of tehina (sesame paste), seasoned simply with chopped or pureed garlic, freshly squeezed lemon juice, a dusting of paprika and parsley. Done!
Sounds so simple, but it can easily go awry. Continue reading