Category Archives for "Recipes"
The Seasonal Jewish Kitchen: A Fresh Take on Tradition* by Amelia Saltsman, foreword by Deborah Madison, photography by Staci Valentine Seasonal cooking and farmers’ market expert Amelia Saltsman delivers a fresh, new way to think about Jewish food. In The Seasonal Jewish Kitchen: A Fresh Take on Tradition, Amelia Saltsman takes us far beyond deli meats […]Continue reading
From matzo ball soup, to roasted chicken, tender brisket, sweet tzimmes, and decadent macaroons for dessert, Passover is a time to enjoy delicious food surrounded by friends and family. The holiday commences this Friday, April 3rd, so I thought I’d check in and see if you are interested in sharing a traditional Matzo Brei recipe, […]Continue reading
“The Best Zucchini Bread Ever” I recently decided to try my hand at making GMO free zucchini bread. That’s not easy. I wasn’t able to locate organic zucchini but I did my best to stay away from other naughty ingredients. I love to cook in stoneware products. I find that stones are far more effective […]Continue reading
Farmer’s Market Feast and The Psychology of Color In a recent post, Andreea Ayers shared an infographic about The Psychology of Color. Photographers and chefs have long understood the psychology of color. When I pondered attending culinary school one of my draws was the color: food is full of vibrant color potential! We recently attended […]Continue reading
Spinach Kale Egg and Veggie Salad My husband sometimes jokes around saying that he married me for my salads. We recently had some friends over for dinner and I prepared a salad to share. I rarely make the same salad twice as I enjoy rotating between various ingredients and colors. This salad may become a […]Continue reading
Coconut and Sesame Stick Salmon with Fried Egg Plant I’ve long enjoyed cooking and baking and as mentioned in a previous post, I once worked for Safeway in the bakery (and Albertsons, too, for that matter). You can view the post here: Sweet Home Made Salsa Today, I do my best to cook and bake […]Continue reading