Kosher Kitchen
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The history of Jews and cake is a long one. Jews made sweet pastries as far back as is traceable. Coffee cakes, sponge cakes for Pesach, tarts and tortes have been part of the Jewish menu for … more
February is the month of my birth. I was, my parents told me, supposed to be born on February 14, a day neither of my parents celebrated as it was not on the Jewish calendar. But that year, my … more
There is nothing like a beautiful simcha to make the winter warm and wonderful. We live for these celebrations. No matter the weather, the freezing temperatures, the snow and ice, we make them … more
Until recently, my only knowledge of chia seeds came from those commercials about those silly pets. You smeared wet seeds on a clay planter, and chia grass grew.  Today, we know lots more … more
There is nothing as wonderful to me as a “traditional” Shabbat dinner. But what does that even mean anymore? While it once meant wine, challah, chicken soup, roasted chicken, and … more
In 2008, Heinz took a survey of thousands of Americans and discovered that Brussels sprouts were the most hated vegetable in America, even more hated than broccoli. Who can blame them?  … more
A merican Jews have always loved Chinese cuisine. Once Jewish immigrants to New York discovered it, they adopted it wholeheartedly. The history of how that happened is interesting. When the … more
As we enter 2019, I think more and more about ways in which the food choices we make impact our planet. We are the guardians of the earth, and it is our job to treasure it and protect it from … more
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Sometimes there’s just not enough time to do all the things we want to do, and that includes cooking. Things like InstaPots and slow cookers help — if we remember to do all the prep … more
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