Posted on 5th of August, 2010 by Lévana
No time to make dessert? I have here what it takes to make 1 dozen ample servings of something absolutely delicious without turning on your oven or your stove. I admit it: I was in a mad scientist mood when I dreamed this up: The ingredient combo is as improbable...
Filed under: Beans Recipes, Chestnut Recipes, Cinnamon Recipes, Coconut, Comfort Foods Recipes, Dairy-Free Dessert Recipes, Dairy-Free Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes, Kosher Food, Kosher Recipes, Natural Foods Recipes, No Bake Pie Recipes, Pareve Recipes, Pudding Recipes, Pumpkin Recipes, Recipes, Vegetarian Recipes
Posted on 4th of August, 2010 by Lévana
I developed this wonderful dessert to accommodate Kosher diners after a meat meal as well as dairy-intolerant diners. You will love the pairing of coconut and chocolate. Although this cake is delicious as is, for a dairy treat feel free to substitute dairy ice cream (premium please!) for the sorbet,...
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Posted on 16th of July, 2010 by Lévana
I have been living in the United States almost two generations. I have lived in an apartment structure my whole life, in big cities only: Casablanca, Paris New York, etc…. you get the picture. I am a complete city mouse, don’t drive, and cannot conceive of any viable setting where...
Posted on 8th of July, 2010 by Lévana
Several of my favorite summer flavors are in! The only cooking that goes on in this dish is boiling water to soak the pasta. Although it is delicious with rice noodles, if you are a diehard wheat pasta lover, simply substitute your favorite pasta for the rice noodles, and proceed...
Filed under: Artichoke Bottoms Recipes, Artichoke Hearts Recipes, Basil Recipes, Fish Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes, Gluten-free pasta recipes, Kosher Recipes, Mock Crab Recipes, Pareve Recipes, Pasta Recipes, Pasta Recipes, Recipes, Roasted Peppers Recipes, Salad Recipes, Vegetarian Recipes
Posted on 7th of July, 2010 by Lévana
The cute name comes from the Italian word “pan”, which means bread. The ideal leftover dish, as it is made from 2-to-3-day-old bread. Gluten-free bread will work perfectly here. The bread cubes soak up all the flavors, so it will get better as it sits a few hours. The dressing...
Posted on 7th of July, 2010 by Lévana
I have a couple wonderful secret ingredients that do wonders with this perennial favorite: Watercress, and capers. The upgrade will certainly not be lost on you: Liquid salad never tasted so good. Do not be tempted to substitute stem tomatoes, or grape or cherry tomatoes, no matter how luscious they...
Posted on 30th of June, 2010 by Lévana
Escarole is a member of the lettuce family, rather neglected in America: It has a delightfully bitter edge that makes it a big salad star, and lends itself perfectly to quick cooking, paired as it is here with milder ingredients for this wonderful cold soup. Ingredients: 1/3 cup olive oil...
Posted on 23rd of June, 2010 by Lévana
You can bake the crust up to two days in advance and make the lemon curd up to a week in advance, then fill the baked crust with the curd just before serving. The pie crust comes out wonderful made with gluten-free flour as well (I used millet flour!) Tart...
Posted on 10th of June, 2010 by Lévana
I bet you don’t always know what to make of – let alone with - those masses of leaves and roots piled demurely at every ethnic food market display you pass hurriedly on your way to and from work: kale, mustard greens, turnip greens, collard greens and whatnot. The good...
Filed under: Asian Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes, Kale Recipes, Kosher Food, Kosher Recipes, Mustard Greens Recipes, Pareve Recipes, Recipes, Seaweed Recipes, Shitaki Recipes, Stir-Fry Recipes, Vegetarian Recipes
Posted on 3rd of June, 2010 by Lévana
My son Yakov is the poster child for the meat-and-potato-and-lots-of-ketchup diet. When he was little, his biggest compliment regarding my food was, “Delicious beans, Mommy. Almost as good as the baked beans from Eagle Day Camp.” (I couldn’t resist asking them for their recipe, and they graciously shared it with...