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Our Cooking Demo Venue in NYC has Changed! Please Take Good Note of it!

12th of February, 2011

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My demos are getting more cozy! See you at the demo! It’s dinner and a show! Dear friends, As you may know, for many years I have conducted my cooking demos weekly at Lincoln Square Synagogue, and have come to consider both the demos and the guests attending them as...
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Upcoming Cooking Demo in NYC. Monday February 14th. The student’s – and EVERYONE’S – survival guide!

9th of February, 2011

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Dear students and all other solitary people faced with mediocre fare out there, hunkering for a taste of home, unite! There are so many inexpensive, quick and nutritious ways to whip up a meal in a jiffy. Only please treat yourselves to these one-time purchases that will make a world...
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Oat Quinoa Turkey Chili Recipe

9th of February, 2011

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Oat Quinoa Turkey Chili For all of us whose love of beans remains, alas, unrequited, let me say you can make a perfect chili substituting oat, quinoa, and lentils in any proportion for the feisty beans, so you can have your chili and eat it too! Ground turkey is an...
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Upcoming Cooking Demo in NYC: Monday February 7th: Low Budget Entertaining

3rd of February, 2011

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Attention y’all: This coming Monday the demo will take place at my house (conveniently located on the Upper West Side),  as all classrooms in LSS are booked. So sorry about any inconvenience, but on the upside I trust you will find my house a welcome change!We will have a good...
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Beer-Braised Mushroom Tempeh Stew

30th of January, 2011

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Beer-Braised Mushroom Tempeh Stew Recipe: I am afraid tempeh looks as uninspiring as it sounds. But if you do go past its appearance and unromantic name, you are in for a real treat: Tempeh is made from cooked and slightly fermented soybeans and compressed into patties; it is then diced...
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Cold Sesame Noodles Recipe

27th of January, 2011

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Cold Sesame Noodles Lapsang Souchong is a Chinese tea with an intriguing pungent, smoky, “tarry” taste. As a drink, you will either love it or hate it, but you will always love it in a dressing or marinade. Settle for Earl Grey if you don’t have it on hand. Children...
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Yerushalmi Kugel Recipe

27th of January, 2011

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Yerushalmi Kugel A great Jewish favorite, and a real showcase in Israeli synagogues at Kiddush time: I have seen two burly men flip an enormous pot of it onto a gigantic counter, then slice it across its whole diameter in two or three places with a knife about three feet...
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Smoked Salmon Salad with Chick Peas, Asparagus and Artichoke Hearts Recipe

20th of January, 2011

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Smoked Salmon Salad In this delightful dish I did nothing more than a little flavor matchmaking: Smoked salmon, lemon zest,  chick peas, asparagus, artichoke hearts? Marriages made in salad heaven! Move over Bagels and lox! Ingredients: 1 bunch thin asparagus, tough ends removed, cut in inch sections 2 heads Boston...
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Red Lentil Kabocha Soup Recipe

23rd of December, 2010

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This Kabocha Soup is my daughter Bella’s favorite. I brought her a vat of it when she had her baby. Still she doesn’t seem to tire of it and now enjoys it with her baby. I always notice with pleasure that all kids love it! A snap to make: All...
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Berry Kanten Recipe (Kuzu)

22nd of December, 2010

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Berry Kanten Recipe: Consider kanten the Jell-O of champions: kuzu is the starch of the kuzu plant, is a wonderful thickener and is easy to get in health food stores. Kanten, the dessert made with kuzu, is quick and delicious, and does wonders for upset stomachs. You can eat it...
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