Posted on 18th of January, 2012 by Lévana
You will never think of macaroons as institutional fare after you taste these elegant and easy treats, close cousins of the amaretto cookies. Gluten-free without even trying! If you get lazy and would rather use store-bought ground almonds, also called almond flour (warning: you will pay dearly for the extra...
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Posted on 11th of January, 2012 by Lévana
Due to the overwhelming response we had for this menu, we are repeating it all over again, so those of you who couldn’t register to our sold-out demo get another chance! Stay home with some French Classics, a good bottle of wine and some baguette: What could possibly beat this...
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Posted on 11th of January, 2012 by Lévana
Another wonderful way to use leftover bread, perfectly adapted to gluten-free and a snap to prepare. Any soft-crust bread will do here. The black-and-white alternating pattern is fun and takes only a few more minutes. The caramel sauce is delicious and you will find many other desserts to use it...
Posted on 21st of December, 2011 by Lévana
This being Chanukkah, I trust we have plenty of chances to eat more than our fair chances of latkas: You will love my latkas recipe, complete with all tips on frying sensibly and effectively. These blueberry pancakes have all the appeal of latkas, without the frying. Perfect recipe to play...
Posted on 12th of December, 2011 by Lévana
For many years, my classroom was in Lincoln Square Synagogue. When I made this soup at a cooking demonstration, a large group of people who were taking a Chumash class in a room next to my kitchen lined up at my door at the end of their class, telling me...
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Posted on 7th of December, 2011 by Lévana
A few years ago, my husband and I were strolling on La Place des Vosges in Paris. At the outdoor terrace of one of those lovely restaurants sheltered under the arcades, there was a middle adged couple seated in front of their meal: a pot-au-feu, beautifully presented in a red...
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 27th of November, 2011 by Lévana
Chanukkah is around the corner. Fear of Frying? Start by going over my tips for frying efficiently and safely. Forget about those insipid and processed patties in the frozen section of your supermarket or health food store: processed is processed, organic or otherwise! Rather, make your own delicious vegetable latkas...
Posted on 24th of November, 2011 by Lévana
The appeal of Moroccan food is universal. The aromas and flavors of the dishes do their magic every bit as much as the simplicity of their preparation. There’s just one more secret: What we call somewhat dismissively “side dishes” and which gets shuffled around on our dinner plate simply doesn’t...
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Posted on 20th of November, 2011 by Lévana
Whenever I make a turkey, I have not only a feast to offer on Turkey day, but a leftover-turkey feast on post-turkey days: you just wouldn’t believe how many hats this bird can wear, one more becoming than the next. The trick with turkey – and all – leftovers is...