Kosher Kitchen
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This is the season of harvest for fruits and vegetables. It is a beautiful time of year. The days are still warm — well, warmer than they will be in a few months — and the nights are … more
After the feasting that is so much a part of a joyous Rosh Hashana, I almost welcome Yom Kippur as a day to NOT focus on food and to let my system have a very long rest. The problem with … more
With the holidays upon us, I find that I need more oven space than I have. I do have a great oven — three racks, six burners and lots of space — but with a big crowd it is never … more
The authors of the Torah thought that food was so important that it is a discussed from the very first moments of man’s existence when Adam is told he can eat anything in the Garden of Eden … more
The main dish of a Rosh Hashana meal is often beautiful to look at and delicious to eat. People think about the main dish for days and try to decide what to make. Meat? Chicken? Fish? All THREE? … more
My inspiration this week came from a magazine with an article about 50 sliders. It looked like fun, so I tried a few vegetarian ones, and some from salmon and eggplant. I made several sauces and … more
My grandmother had a kugel for every occasion. It seemed that she never went anywhere without a kugel. Every time she arrived with a kugel, my dad would quip, “Have Kugel, Will … more
Summer eating is the best eating of the year, as far as I’m concerned. It’s light and quick and relaxed and far less labor-intensive all the way around. The foods of summer are … more
The sweet corn is in! The corn harvest marks two things for me: the midpoint of summer, and the height of grilling season. Corn was once grown only in the New World. It is believed to have … more
It is July again, so once again we have come to our vacation-favorite Italian restaurant — the one that makes amazing little garlic knots, crispy on the outside and fluffy soft on the … more
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