You are what you eat, right? It’s no wonder that children have such an aversion to things like broccoli, asparagus and Brussels sprouts. Why would anyone want to eat something green that smells weird, reminiscent of sweaty socks?
The child in me hated Brussels sprouts. Thankfully I was able to overcome that childish stance and eat one, and
Abeles & Heymann and koshermoms.com have gotten together to share some fun and delicious ideas for Chanukah this year. You can substitute regular Abeles & Heymann hot dogs with uncured hot dogs or their low-fat and low-sodium varieties. Here’s the edible menorah recipe. Enjoy!
Sabich—no idea what it means, but years ago I saw it on a menu in a restaurant in Hollywood, Florida. An Israeli, Middle-Eastern style restaurant, of course. I had no idea what it meant, but the description sounded delicious—fried eggplant, hummus, slow-cooked hard-boiled eggs, boiled potatoes, salad, amba (don’t get me
We reluctantly bring you the most amazing fried chicken recipe EVER. My kids don’t really forgive me for publishing this.
This recipe was given to me years ago and has never left our repertoire. It’s the type of dish that kids and adults alike love and look forward to. I save it for special
Breakstone’s Butter is touting butter’s benefits this Chanukah.
Chicago—Butter is making a comeback! This season Breakstone’s is reminding consumers that butter is the best choice for Chanukah cooking and holiday baking.
It’s a little hard to admit, but my collection of cookbooks has now swelled to almost 300. And yet, I still can’t resist a new one. The glossy pictures and the promises of delectable treats and innovative ideas for dinner are irresistible. It’s truly an addiction. So even though I made a (sort of) promise to myself
Jose Meirelles, chef and owner, and Mark Hennessey, executive chef, of Le Marais, a kosher French brasserie in midtown, are back in New York after taking their Le Marais cookbook tour to New Orleans, Louisiana. Their visit, which lasted four days, included a whirlwind of events and cooking demonstrations. Their first stop
I really hate taking healthy foods and making them unhealthy. Well, mostly I hate it. Like I hate dousing chicken or meat in sauces full of sugar or additives, or adding tons of sugar to a salad dressing. (Just because I hate it doesn’t mean I don’t do it, sometimes.) I also hate taking fresh fruit and turning it
This side dish is perfect for Thanksgiving or whenever you are looking for a dressed-up version of mashed potatoes for your meal. I like to serve these with herb-roasted chicken, braised barbecue brisket or a jam-glazed turkey for Thanksgiving. I love the creaminess and the bite that you get from the Tofutti cream cheese,
This recipe may seem simple, but it’s actually the world’s best. Don’t take my word for it. Try it yourself.
1 large box Corn Flakes; 1 large box Rice Crispies; 1 1/2 cups of farina; 1 1/2 large onions, cut up; 3 carrots, grated; water; ½
Were any of you feeling like I felt after all the chagim? Thinking you could never let another morsel of food into your mouth? That you would never cook again? That you would never even look at food again??
Well, it’s a funny thing, how the body works exactly. What felt like a full,
As the cold weather approaches, our appetites tend toward warm, wintery flavors. A hearty stew for a weeknight or Shabbat dinner, making use of the sweetest of winter root vegetables, can really hit the spot. This stew or goulash is a nourishing and easy “fix-it-and-forget-it” type of recipe, which can be made on your