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Cooking with Mahia: Linguini with Fresh Tomato Anchovy Sauce Recipe

8th of November, 2012

Cooking with Mahia: Linguini with Fresh Tomato Anchovy Sauce Recipe

Tinkering with the Wonderful Mahia by Nahmias and Sons Enjoy the other Recipes I developed using the Mahia! This sauce has so much going for it you have no cooking to do. All aboard in a food processor, simple as that! Please note I have not listed any salt in...
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Filed under: Anchovies Recipes, Capers Recipes, Eau de Vie Recipes, Gluten-free pasta recipes, Mahia Recipes, Meir Pliskin, Mint Recipes, Pasta Recipes, Raw Tomato Sauce Recipes, Recipes, Tomato Recipes

Cooking with Mahia: Apricot Fig Compote Recipe

8th of November, 2012

Apricot Fig Compote Recipe

Tinkering with the wonderful Mahia by Nahmias et Fils Enjoy other recipes I developed using the Mahia The dried fruit has so much natural sweetness you don’t need any other sweetener. The Earl Grey tea is very easy to find and contributes its distinctive bergamot flavor; the tea combined with...
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Filed under: Apricot Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Dessert Sauce Recipes, Eau de Vie Recipes, Figs Recipes, Fruit Sauce Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Mahia Recipes, Nahmias et Fils, Recipes

Cooking with Mahia: Cream of Roasted Carrots and Parsnips Recipe

8th of November, 2012

Carrot Ginger Soup Recipe

Tinkering with the Wonderful Mahia by Nahmias and Sons Enjoy the other Recipes I developed using the Mahia! Both carrots and parsnips have licorice tones, so pairing them with Mahia is a natural. Roasting the vegetables is a simple step which intensifies the flavors and adds a pleasing smoked layer...
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Filed under: Carrot Recipes, Eau de Vie Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Mahia Recipes, Nahmias et Fils, Parsnips Recipes, Recipes

Cooking with Mahia: Moroccan Chicken with Fennel Recipe

8th of November, 2012

Cooking with Mahia: Moroccan Chicken with Fennel Recipe

Tinkering with the Wonderful Mahia by Nahmias et Fils Enjoy the other Recipes I developed using the Mahia This recipe is ideally simple, and amply expresses the way we Moroccans love our food, and everyone loves Moroccan food. Side dish? Never heard of it! The vegetables cook right along with...
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Filed under: Chicken Recipes, Eau de Vie Recipes, Fennel Recipes, Kosher Poultry Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Mahia Recipes, Moroccan Chicken Recipes, Moroccan Recipes, Recipes, Sephardi Recipes

Kosher by Design Cooking Coach: Susie Fishbein

8th of November, 2012

Kosher by Design Cooking

The only thing that would be more delicious than admiring Susie Fishbein’s latest cookbook ‘Kosher by Design Cooking Coach’ with its lavish display of gorgeous pictures would be to roll up your sleeves, open the book on any page, and go chopchop. This, Susie’s latest and eighth, cookbook, goes beyond...
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Filed under: Cookbook Reviews, Cookbooks, Kosher Cookbooks, Susie Fishbein

Hurricane Friends in Distress: Chabad Brighton Beach

7th of November, 2012

Our dear friends Rabbi Zushe and Rebetzin Esther Winner, Shluchim at Chabad Brighton Beach, have suffered tremendous losses in Hurricane Sandy, and their home and their schul are very badly damaged (I was told their Torah miraculously survived). Rebetzin Esther, ever the organizer, and brave at all times including these...
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Filed under: Chabad, Chabad Brighton Beach, Hurricane Sandy

The Delicious World of Plums. Recipes

1st of November, 2012

The Delicious World of Plums. Recipes

I get my fill of plums every summer while they are plentiful and linger until late October. Early November, and they are still there: Bring some home while they last! The variety of plums I love is the long, dark, sweet, plump and firm-tender, called Damson Plum. There’s nothing I...
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Filed under: Fruit Sauce Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Plums Recipes, Recipes

Hurricane Halloween

1st of November, 2012

Hurricane Halloween

We always tell ourselves, as soon as we can set aside a couple days, we will put order in those photo albums, match – or dispose of – those missing socks, write our friends, make play dates. Like so many others, I have finally had just such days to myself,...
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Filed under: Art Camp, Halloween, Hurricane Sandy, Kosher Recipes, Meir Pliskin, Michael's Crafts, Summer Camp

Herb White Bean Soup Recipe

18th of October, 2012

Herb White Bean Soup Recipe

Straight from my latest Cookbook, The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen. I am mighty proud of Herb White Bean Soup, a rustic creation—a low-cost and low-maintenance feast, and a meal in itself. Since so many of my recipes are  so elastic, I might surprise you by asking you: No substitutions whatsoever in this...
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Filed under: Bean Soup Recipes, Beans Recipes, Cabbage recipes, French Recipes, Fresh Herb Recipes, Recipes, Smoked Turkey Recipes, Soup Recipes

For my French Speaking Friends Only: Le Francais: Une Langue Animale

16th of October, 2012

Only: Le Francais: Une Langue Animale

To be sure, every language borrows from the animal kingdom to describe actions, feelings and character traits: shrewd as a weasle, foxy lady, stubborn as a mule, gay as a pinson, sing like a canary, the trojan horse, the black sheep, and so on. Dear French speaking friends, I think...
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Filed under: Animal Language, Animation