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Latke Recipes

November 25, 2010, by

Consider the latke (Chanukah’s version of fast food). It is, in my opinion, the absolute best-est, most perfect, delicious use for the potatoes, better even, in some circumstances, than the French fry, potato chip or potato kugel. The latke has a dark golden crispy crunchy outside and soft tasty middle. I suggest that you use […]

Dairy Recipes for Chanukah

November 25, 2010, by

One of the lesser know but no less important Chanukah traditions is to serve dairy products (think Shavuot with its long Cheese cake tradition) along with the over abundance of fried foods we like to gobble down. Legend has it that a woman named Judith saved her village from the occupying Syrians. Judith fed wine […]

Outside the Proverbial Recipe Box for the High Holidays

August 26, 2010, by

One of the toughest tasks during the High Holidays is to come up with meals that aren’t the same old same old gefilte fish appetizer and brisket and roast chicken entrees. While tradition has its place sometimes you just need to think outside the proverbial recipe box and re-imagine what you might like to serve […]

Recipes with Apples

August 25, 2010, by

When it comes to healthy eating I’m first in line to utilize all the fresh fruits and vegetables suggested by the USDA food pyramid. Most of us get our suggested daily recommended dose of fat and empty calories way before the lunch bell rings, so grabbing an apple as a snack or using in a […]

Recipes with Pomegranates

August 25, 2010, by

Let me get this out of the way before I go any further with this column: pomegranates while delicious, good for you in so many ways and truly a wonderful addition to any dish they can be a PAIN to peel. Ok, not really technically difficult, mind you, just a pain or should I say, […]

Pie Recipes

June 17, 2010, by

Tally ho! It’s pie season and the hunt is on for the best and tastiest and most mouthwatering concoctions your brain (and taste buds) can imagine. I just gotta say it’s about having the right mix of a flaky crust, fresh berries or whatever other fruit you just can’t resist and just enough thickening to […]

Passover Recipes With Horseradish

March 3, 2010, by

You can utilize horseradish in a bunch of different recipes that can take ho-hum Pesach fare and turn it into to fantastic food that just happens to be Pesach-friendly. The sharp and pungent flavor and aroma of horseradish is released when the root is grated or ground. The root contains volatile oils which are released […]

Sweet Potato Recipes

December 30, 2009, by

How many of us have stood in the canned vegetable aisle of the grocery store and asked ourselves the question “is a sweet potato the same thing as a yam and, if so, which one do I want?” Not a question to keep you up at night or define the boundaries of which team should […]

Sukkot Meals Pure and Simple

October 1, 2009, by

“What do you do in the sukkah?” I once heard an interviewer ask a man as the holiday of Sukkot approached. His reply? “You eat, and you eat and then–you eat again!” How true. During the week of Sukkot, we consider our sukkah to be our home for seven days. Since the primary activities of […]

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