Kosher Kitchen
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My inspiration this week comes from a magazine article featuring 50 kinds of sliders. It looked like fun, so I tried a few vegetarian ones and some made from salmon and eggplant. I made several … more
When Rosh Hashanah comes so close to Labor Day, I find it hard to get into the mindset of brisket and chicken soup. I just don’t want summer to end, and I certainly don’t want to eat … more
Summer entertainment is fun and relaxed — no formal tables or best china. In the summer, paper plates and hands-on eating rule the hot days and long evenings. Cold beer and lemonade are … more
If you don’t love the smell, the taste, and even the texture of garlic, then I’m afraid this column is not for you. But if you can’t get enough of this delectable herb, once thought to vanquish … more
Fruit has always been part of a healthy Jewish diet, and all those mentioned in Genesis and beyond are still around today. Thanks to interstate and international commerce, we can get fruits from … more
I write this from the sweltering heat of Florida. Florida in July is often cooler than the Northeast in July, but not this summer — Florida has been under a heat wave of epic proportions. … more
Of all Jewish desserts, there is none more iconic than the black-and-white cookie. It comes in all shapes and sizes, but if you’re looking for authenticity, only the round one counts. If you … more
Behold the coleslaw! The truth is that most people do not. The mostly-ignored garnish, found in restaurants and often tossed out with the trash, is often ignored or set aside. Who thinks about … more
It is almost July 4th, that most American of all American holidays. I am a true and unabashed patriot, especially on the Fourth of July, and I love the parades, the concerts and the many, many … more
I love grilling season. I love cooking outside and the perfume of grilling foods all over the neighborhood. That smoky odor says “home” and “relaxing” and “outdoor … more
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