Posted on 8th of July, 2012 by Lévana
We Moroccans love squash in every way shape of form, and goodness knows it comes in countless shapes and sizes. They turn up in many Moroccan dishes (Couscous on top of the list). Their spicy sweetness is equally at home in savory dishes (I love Pumpkin Corn Pudding) and in...
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Posted on 9th of May, 2012 by Lévana
This salad dressing is delightful not only over greens, but also with fish or chicken, grilled or poached. The pungent curry is a wonderful foil for the fruity and tart mango. Use only as much dressing as will lightly coat your greens, and include with your greens some diced fresh...
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Posted on 6th of May, 2012 by Lévana
This shabbos looked like it was going to be another unseasonably chilly day, soup weather. And I had several non-meat eaters coming for lunch. So I made fish for main course, but decided I would make a soup for first course. The result was out of this world, and is...
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Posted on 3rd of April, 2012 by Lévana
Poor parsnips too often serve as crowd actor, and then get discarded (as in chicken soup), but here they are “it”. Who knew they could be so fabulous? hot and sweet is a great treatment for them, and the easiest. They are delicious at room temperature as well. Sephardi Tsimmis?...
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Posted on 10th of January, 2012 by Lévana
I always thought I made a good onion soup, if I may say so myself: My original recipe is in my first cookbook, Levana’s Table. But I recently received from my daughter Bella a magnificent wheel of Manchego, and decided to replace all the cheese I usually put in with...
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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 7th of October, 2011 by Lévana
I usually find the holiday pecan pie almost too sweet for human consumption, but when I add a pumpkin filling, the customary cloying sweetness is pleasantly mitigated. Besides, pumpkin and pecans are a match made in dessert heaven. This pie adapt beautifully to gluten-free needs, as you could make the...
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Posted on 6th of October, 2011 by Lévana
Chutney: An ancient addition to the modern kitchen 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 a way of preserving fruits and vegetables. Sweet, tart, chunky and with a bit of fire, a...
Posted on 20th of September, 2011 by Lévana
Mediterranean flavors at their best. A frequent Passover treat at my table. I find brussels sprouts somewhat underrated and underused in our country. They are much more exciting than they sound, and much less innocent than they look; and their pungent bite provides a nice counterpoint to the mildness of...
Filed under: Artichoke Bottoms Recipes, Brussels Sprouts Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes, Moroccan Recipes, Pareve Recipes, Passover Recipes, Pasta Recipes, Recipes, Sephardi Recipes, Vegetable Dishes Recipes, Vegetarian Recipes, Zucchini Recipes
Posted on 14th of September, 2011 by Lévana
Who knew they could be made right at home? And who knows why they are called Chinese cookies for that matter? I don’t think the Chinese have ever even heard of them. It’s a little like French kiss or French laundry or French goodness knows what else, which always leaves...