Chanukah Delights

July 29, 2015, by

In honor of Chanukah, it is traditional to eat foods fried in oil, including luscious latkes and sufganiyot (Israeli-style donuts traditionally filled with jam). Dairy dishes, especially those made with cheese, are also customary because the Jewish heroine Yehudit killed Holofernes, the Assyrian general, after feeding him cheese and wine. The challenge for today’s kosher

No-Churn Vanilla Ice Cream

July 29, 2015, by

  FROM Adapted from Easy and Delicious – No ice cream maker required. Ingredients: 1 cup heavy whipping cream 1/4  cup half & half 1-2 cups confectioner’s sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Directions: Pour cream and half & half into a large bowl; beat with a hand mixer until semi–stiff peaks form. Add

Father’s Day

July 29, 2015, by

SLICE OF LIFE BY EILEEN GOLTZ Growing up the only time my dad cooked was when it was barbeque time. This is not to say that my dad was a good barbeque-er but rather, he was an enthusiastic barbequer who always surprised us with how he always managed to come within an inch of incinerating

Cold (Fruit) Soups

July 29, 2015, by

SLICE OF LIFE BY EILEEN GOLTZ Every year around this time I start getting calls for cold soups. Could be the 100+ temperatures we’re getting, could be the plethora of melons and berries that are so cheap it’s almost a crime not to buy them or even just because its summer and getting creative with

No Meat? No Problem! Great Dairy Recipes for The Nine Days

July 7, 2015, by

As we spiritually prepare for Tisha B’Av—some of us are concerned how to gastronomically prepare for The Nine Days. Don’t worry, you can satiate your palate without meat. We’ve reached out to some popular kosher bloggers to share some meatless menu options. Make sure to visit the blogs for more step-by-step photos and anecdotes for

Refreshing Strawberry Cooler

September 4, 2014, by

Catch the last breeze of summer with this cold and healthy cooler! Strawberries are easily and readily available in the summertime, and contain antioxidants, vitamin C, manganese, and phytochemicals thatare good for body and skin health. With the addition of lemons this drink packs additional vitamin C and potassium, along with apple juice concentrate that

Chi-this: Chia Seeds are Kosher, Healthy, and Easy!

June 11, 2014, by

Chia seeds are a tiny, nutrient packed boost to add to your veggies, baked goods, cereals, smoothies, and more. We all know Chia seeds are healthy. Do you eat them for their: High amount of fiber? Vitamin content (calcium, phosphorous, and manganese)? Antioxidant and omega-3 properties? Regardless of the reason, we’ll tell you how to

Shavuot Delights: Recipes from Dairy Made Easy

May 27, 2014, by

Just in time for shavuot comes the latest in the Made Easy series from authors Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek. Discover easy-to-prep dishes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert. From a 30-Minute Thin Crust Pizza to a Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream, your milchig recipe arsenal just received a welcome boost. Here are a couple of

Slice of Life: Milkshakes for Mom

May 8, 2014, by

ALERT ALERT ALERT to anyone who doesn’t have a TV, read a newspaper or have Internet access and seen the ads — Mother’s Day is this Sunday. OK, before you start getting frantic, don’t worry—all is not lost. I’ve got your back on this one. You can, of course, take your favorite mom, mom figure

Recipes from South of the Border

April 30, 2014, by

These slightly-different and fun appetizer and soup recipes below are my gifts to anyone wanting a festive Mexican feast.   CORN AND BLACK BEAN SALSA (pareve) 2 cans (15-1/4 ounces each) corn, drained 2 cans (15 ounces each) black beans, rinsed and drained 8 Roma tomatoes, chopped 1 small red onion, chopped 3/4 cup minced

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