Monthly Archives: March 2014
Posted on 31st of March, 2014 by Lévana
Photo Courtesy georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov Sharing with you a note I sent to Retired 26-year (five Presidencies) White House Pastry Chef Roland Mesnier, guest speaker at yesterday’s Fabulous Event: Jewish Cuisine Throughout the Ages, at the Omni Hotel New Haven (Sunday March 23rd). He regaled us with endearing anectodes about Presidential quips, pranks,...
Posted on 24th of March, 2014 by Lévana
Wonderful match, spicy and colorful! See why we eat our veggies in Morocco? That it is super healthy goes without saying. The salad will keep well a couple of days in the refrigerator. This Swiss chard salad will be great with any dark leaves you might have on hand, Swiss...
Posted on 3rd of March, 2014 by Lévana
Tajine is the name of the earthenware pot that gave its name to all dishes cooked in it. In our native Moroccan cooking, there is no such thing as a “side dish.” Equal time for vegetable dishes and meat or fish dishes —this is where our respect for veggies comes from. Vegetables...
Filed under: Artichoke Bottoms Recipes, Artichoke Hearts Recipes, Fava Beans Recipes, Frozen Vegetables Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes, Jewish Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Lemon Recipes, Lima Beans Recipes, Moroccan Food, Moroccan Recipes, Recipes, Tajines Recipes
Posted on 1st of March, 2014 by Lévana
Photo courtesy www.newthoughtgeneration.com One of my favorite ways of making salmon, so simple and so delicious. We Sephardis are very fond of the Mustard-Caper-Lemon Trinity. Here is just about all you need to know when you make salmon, beside of course that it has to be perfectly fresh, like all fish:...
Filed under: Capers Recipes, Fish Recipes, Jewish Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Lemon Recipes, Lemon Sauce Recipes, Moroccan Fish Recipes, Moroccan Food, Moroccan Recipes, Recipes, Salmon Recipes, Sephardi Recipes