priligy quanto dura

The Whole Foods Kosher kitchen

Monthly Archives: March 2010

Upcoming demo: Seder Feast. Monday March 15th

12th of March, 2010

Don’t miss next week’s special Passover Seder Cooking Class Demo at Lincoln Square Synagogue on Monday, March 15th.  I recommend you register early, as this demo fills up fast! SEDER FEAST Knock their socks off without knocking yourself out: that’s the idea, especially on Seder night! I will be demonstrating...
Read More

Filed under: Kosher Cooking Classes

Millet Burgers with Green Goddess Sauce Recipe

10th of March, 2010

Millet Burgers

I have been making these wonderful veggie millet burgers since long before the gluten-free craze set in, and for no other reason than that I am devoted to experimenting with every single grain out there. Their preparation is very much like making latkas, but  making them larger for a main...
Read More

Filed under: Gluten Free Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Latka Recipes, Millet Recipes, Pareve Recipes, Recipes, Vegetarian Burgers Recipes, Vegetarian Recipes

Kitchen Wisdom: Grinding Bay Leaves

6th of March, 2010

Kitchen Wisdom: Grinding Bay Leaves

Ever get a bay leaf stuck in your throat?  It can create a very suspenseful few minutes! In fact, it just happened to my brother a few days ago, when we attended a dinner party, and the hostess served soup (which was delicious, but she forgot to take out the...
Read More

Filed under: Food for Thought, Kitchen Wisdom

Upcoming Cooking Demo: Gluten-Free Dining In Style

4th of March, 2010

Gluten-Free Dining In Style Monday, March 8th 7pm-9pm, Lincoln Square Synagogue Although I see no reason to put a whole nation on a gluten-free diet, the increase in gluten intolerance cannot be ignored. I experiment extensively with low-gluten and gluten-free dishes and get wonderful results each time, so my reasoning...
Read More

Filed under: Kosher Cooking Classes

Spelt Challah Recipe and Variations. No-Kneading Options

4th of March, 2010

Spelt Challah Recipe and Variations

It is no wonder the public often thinks there is no way to enjoy a delicious slice of spelt challah or bread, as it often comes brick-heavy in stores: Mine is light and delicious! It’s not so much in the recipe, no matter how good; it’s in the kneading! Spelt is...
Read More

Filed under: Bread Recipes, Challah Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Low Gluten Recipes, No Knead Dough Recipes, Recipes, Spelt Baking