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Category Archives: Kosher Recipes

Kosherfeast and Kosherfest 2015

18th of November, 2015

Kosherfest 2015, and the Kosherfeast Dinner that kicked it off, were loads of fun. This year’s Kosherfeast dinner was a meaningful Tikkun for the one which took place two years ago at the now-extinct J-Soho Restaurant (a mortifying debacle, followed by their closing down for good just a few days later. Thank Gd...
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Filed under: Chef Josh Massin, Cooking Demos, Cooking with Levana, Daniella Silver, Dawn Lerman, De La Rosa, Elan Kornblum, Elegant Desserts, Elizabeth Kurtz, Esti Berkowitz, Froozers, Galil Foods, Gloria Kobrin, Grow and Behold Meats, Integrated Supplements, Jack's Gourmet Sausage Recipes, Jamie Geller, Joy of Kosher, Kitchn Synch, Kosher Guru, Kosher Recipes, Kosherfest, Kvutzat Yavneh, Leah Shapira, Makabi Cheeses, Menachem Lubinsky, Mia Adler Ozair, Miriam Pascal, Naomi Nachman, Norene Gilletz, Paula Shoyer, Recipes, Silver Platter Cookbook, T-Fusion Steakhouse, Tehina Recipes, Victoria Dwek

Oat Coconut Apricot Chocolate Crumble Tart Recipe. Gluten-Free

8th of October, 2015


My newborn Chocolate Crumble Tart is a rustic new-age version of its nutty once-removed cousin, the beloved Linzertorte. My Chocolate Crumble Tart has no nuts, but its texture is very reminiscent of Linzertorte, a great boon for those nut-intolerant people who want their Linzertorte and eat it too. Having said...
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Filed under: Almond Flour Recipes, Apricot Recipes, Chocolate Crumble Tart Recipes, Chocolate Recipes, Coconut Oil Recipes, Coconut Recipes, Dairy-Free Dessert Recipes, Dairy-Free Pie Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes, Gluten-Free Dessert Recipes, Gluten-free Pie Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Recipes

My Fat Dad. Dawn Lerman. My Book Review

1st of October, 2015


Treat yourself and a dear friend to a copy today! Congrats to Dawn Lerman for her wonderful new book, My Fat Dad. Everything about My Fat Dad is delicious, poignant and irresistible: Dawn’s frank and evocative style, her inner child’s voice at every life stage of her narration, her stubborn...
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Filed under: Al Lerman, Book Reviews, Cookbook Reviews, Cookbooks, Dawn Lerman, Kosher Recipes, McAnn Erikson, My Fat Dad, New York Times, Recipes

Moroccan Spicy Olive Orange Salad Recipe

16th of September, 2015


Did you say spicy orange salad? Who knew oranges could be used in a savory dish, as in this delightful olive orange salad? This Moroccan salad is a staple at our tables. This always knocks their socks off.  Use only navel oranges for this orange salad, so as not to extract...
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Filed under: Kosher Recipes, Moroccan Food, Moroccan Recipes, Moroccan Salads Recipes, Olives Recipes, Orange Recipes, Recipes, Salad Recipes

Braised Seitan with Portobello and Tomatoes Recipe. Gluten-Free Friendly

16th of September, 2015


The special vegan dish I improvised this past Rosh Hashanah, braised Seitan with Portobello and Tomatoes, came out so fantastic I promised myself not just one but two things, no, make that three: – Turn everyone on to seitan. Yeah right, I can hear you chuckling to yourself! Nice try,...
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Filed under: Gluten Free Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Low-Carb Recipes, main dishes, Portobello Recipes, Recipes, Seitan Recipes, Vegan Recipes, Vegetable Dishes Recipes, Vegetarian Recipes

The Seasonal Jewish Kitchen Cookbook. Amelia Saltsman. My Review

4th of September, 2015


Order Your Copy on Amazon Today! Well priced too! Amelia Saltsman’s new Cookbook, the Seasonal Jewish Kitchen, is nothing short of magnificent. Heaven Help me I just fell in love with it! If there were (of course there were, often for good reason!) any lingering biases about Jewish Food...
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Filed under: Amelia Saltsman, Cookbook Reviews, Cookbooks, Jewish Food Recipes, Jewish Recipes, Kosher Cookbooks, Kosher Food, Kosher Recipes, Kosher Whole Foods Recipes, Recipes, The Seasonal Jewish Kitchen

Something Sweet Cookbook. Miriam Pascal. My Review

4th of September, 2015

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Order Your Copy Today on Amazon! Something Sweet has just been published by Someone Sweet: Miriam Pascal, who runs the popular blog Overtime Cook. Kudos to Miriam for her first Cookbook, a beautiful dessert cookbook. You can see by a number of features in the book that Miriam is not only...
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Filed under: Cookbook Reviews, Cookbooks, Dessert Cookbooks, Dessert Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Miriam Pascal, Recipes, Something Sweet Cookbook

Steamed Vegetable Dumplings Recipe. Meat, Chicken and Fish Variations

1st of September, 2015


Dumplings are so much fun to make and to serve, and the bamboo steamer garners no end of kudos when you bring it in. These dumplings cook in no time, and steaming the dumplings makes them a lean choice. Since everything is minced and cooks almost instantly, you might consider making...
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Filed under: Asian Recipes, Bamboo Steamer Recipes, Dumplings Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Recipes, Wonton Wrappers Recipes

Chicken with Granny Smith Apples Recipe

24th of August, 2015


The modest apple is the star of this rustic and delicious Classic French dish. You will love the crunch and tang of granny smith apples, and the great pairing with chicken! Be sure to use (green) granny smith apples, as their crisp texture will stand up to the sauteing, and...
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Filed under: Apple Cider Recipes, Apples Recipes, Chicken Recipes, French Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes, Hard Cider Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Recipes

Moussaka Recipe

20th of August, 2015


Moussaka is a great Greek Classic casserole dish which combines lamb and eggplant to best advantage. And with all the Mediterranean flavors Moussaka is overlaid with, how can you miss? The preparation of Moussaka has a reputation for being somewhat time-consuming, but I have streamlined the dish by roasting the eggplant,...
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Filed under: Casserole Recipes, Eggplant Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Lamb recipes, Recipes