Posted on 17th of July, 2014 by Lévana
Photo via kenblair.com For this fabulous and incredibly easy dish, I gamely share the credit with two brands that devote their expertize to wrapping food in bags. I will explain, keep reading. This dish is called cholent only because it spent the night in a crockpot and was served on Shabbos....
Posted on 18th of June, 2014 by Lévana
As you know I cook up a storm, along every imaginable (of course always healthy) guideline, playing on every imaginable theme. But making an All Moroccan Feast makes me especially happy, not only because it is my personal favorite, but it makes my guests positively swoon with anticipation and delight....
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Posted on 17th of June, 2014 by Lévana
There is no Moroccan Dessert display without these fabulous fillo pastries. I have streamlined this great Moroccan favorite confection, doing away not only with the pesky frying step, but with the no-less pesky syrup step (my secret: Pouring the honey on the piping hot pastries), making it in one fell swoop...
Posted on 30th of April, 2014 by Lévana
photo via www.localfoods.about.com Moroccan Potato Pie (Amhammar) Recipe: A great favorite in our Moroccan cuisine. This rustic dish is a good example of how we make something rich (eggs) or starchy (potatoes) go a long way. When you consider this delicious pie will serve eight to ten people generously for...
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Posted on 24th of March, 2014 by Lévana
Wonderful match, spicy and colorful! See why we eat our veggies in Morocco? That it is super healthy goes without saying. The salad will keep well a couple of days in the refrigerator. This Swiss chard salad will be great with any dark leaves you might have on hand, Swiss...
Posted on 1st of March, 2014 by Lévana
Photo courtesy www.newthoughtgeneration.com One of my favorite ways of making salmon, so simple and so delicious. We Sephardis are very fond of the Mustard-Caper-Lemon Trinity. Here is just about all you need to know when you make salmon, beside of course that it has to be perfectly fresh, like all fish:...
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Posted on 25th of February, 2014 by Lévana
Jewish Cuisine Though the Ages. March 23rd at the Omni Hotel New Haven: Y’all, This is a very exciting event, hope you can make it. Come and see us, watch our demos and sample all the delicious foods served, and get a signed copy of my cookbooks. Beside yours truly and...
Posted on 30th of December, 2013 by Lévana
Moroccan Chicken Tajine with String Beans: The demure string bean gets elevated to star status in our Moroccan way of cooking. Side dish? Never heard of it! All aboard in a tajine! Is it any wonder we Sephardis and all Moroccans love our vegetables? The string beans will be past the...
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Posted on 13th of December, 2013 by Lévana
Eggplant lovers, you’ll be happy! We all know Baba Ganoush is a huge favorite, with Sephardi expats and beyond (we Moroccans eat semi-industrial amounts of eggplant!), but somehow not all are created equal. I suspect the reason is that the roasting on an open flame is a wonderful idea, but...
Posted on 27th of October, 2013 by Lévana
Low Carb Suggestions, Menus and Recipes When my son Maimon was a teenage schoolboy, he told his father: “Tati, you know what I heard old age is? That’s when your broad mind and narrow waist switch places”. Not missing a beat, my husband snapped right back at him that his...
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