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Category Archives: Kitchen Wisdom

Taking my Cooking Demo Show on the Road! The Unflappable Itinerant Cook.

22nd of February, 2012

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You might say I have given My Cooking Demo Shows all my life, in New York as well as around the country and beyond. Giving a Cooking Demo in a room full of fans is in my blood. You might say I am the Cooking Demo Girl. No matter what...
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Filed under: Kitchen Stories, Kitchen Wisdom, Kosher Cookbooks, Kosher Cooking Classes, Kosher Cooking Demos, Kosher Cooking Demos in New York City, Kosher Recipes, Stories

Para Español, Oprima el Dos!

11th of June, 2011

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As a language enthusiast I have often deplored the fact that languages, against all wishes, are not contagious or transmissible by any means. In the absence of some reliable formal base, except for some language geniuses there is rarely ever a way to just “pick up” a language, in the streets as it were,...
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Filed under: Behind the kitchen scenes, Burritos Recipes, Chocolate Recipes, Espanol Stories, Gluten Free Recipes, Jewish Book Council, Kitchen Stories, Kitchen Wisdom, Kosher Recipes, Latin Cooking, Nice Stories, Recipes, Spanish Recipes, Stories

Renewing Vows, the Virtual Way

16th of July, 2010

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Recently I said to Sara, who helps me and tutors me in all things technical, I should have more of a profile on Facebook. My list of friends was expanding, G-d bless, and so it would be a nice idea. So we edited the profile to include my status (married)...
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Filed under: Food Stories, Kitchen Wisdom, Marriage Humor, Nice Stories, Renewing Vows, Stories

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...
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Filed under: Food for Thought, Kitchen Wisdom