Posted on 24th of January, 2013 by Lévana
Photo Courtesy sodahead.com Fruit is not just dessert or snack, but a valuable part of many wonderful easy dishes. Fruits pack lots of flavor and nutrition, and are fun to cook with. have fun with this wonderful menu! I am offering here four different fruit salads, one more amazing than...
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Posted on 24th of January, 2013 by Lévana
Sephardis are great fans of fruit in their dishes. This wonderful dish will easily explain why. A sort of fruity take-off on the traditional paella, sans tomatoes. Growing up, we never needed any begging to come to dinner! Fruit pairs beautifully with many exciting aromatic ingredients, such as curry, meat,...
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Posted on 8th of November, 2012 by Lévana
Tinkering with the wonderful Mahia by Nahmias et Fils 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 the peppercorns, star anise and Mahia forms a...
Posted on 10th of July, 2012 by Lévana
If you are, as I am, crazy about all stone fruit, this tart is for you: I initially developed this recipe with apricots in mind, but not finding them as ripe and fragrant as I wanted them to be, I picked their cousins, nectarines, which happened to look luscious. Peaches...
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Posted on 13th of June, 2012 by Lévana
This past Friday I had minutes to decide if I could whip up a dessert for a little “pitzel” graduation my children, Chabad Washington Heights, were hosting first thing Sunday morning for the children in their Day Care Center and their families. I looked around me, and this is what...
Posted on 1st of December, 2011 by Lévana
Tajines are a glowing example of how you can work on a dish very little and end up with something glorious! Such is the magic of Moroccan cooking. Tajine is the name of the earthenware pot that gave its name to all dishes cooked in it. In our native Moroccan...
Posted on 24th of August, 2011 by Lévana
I have my mother to thank for providing the inspiration for this beautiful tart. The base is not a classic pie crust as we know it, more like a cookie dough, making this tart much less perishable than the classic apple pie. You will create in no time a dessert...
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Posted on 23rd of May, 2011 by Lévana
The star of yesterday’s shabbos lunch was a delicious tuna burger, which I served with my famous Apricot Chutney. What I love about tuna burgers is, you can eat them at any temperature, without running the risk of having some congealed fat form on the edges, as it does on...
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Posted on 9th of March, 2011 by Lévana
Still looking for a fabulous homemade Mishloach Manot treat, one that will last until Passover and beyond? Chutney! No store-bought chutney comes close to homemade! Chutneys, from the Hindi “to be licked” (an inspired derivation, if you have ever tasted a good one), are relishes that originated in India as...
Posted on 19th of March, 2010 by Lévana
A friendly warning: You will never be able to speak disparagingly about the lowly prune again after you have tasted this magnificent dish, so find something – or someone -else to pick on. If you like dried apricots, substitute them for the prunes, or use half prunes half apricots. You...