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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
“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
Sweet Home Made Salsa Many years ago I worked for Safeway as a baker. I could tell you a thing or two about making donuts and you’d likely never eat them again (smile). It’s always been a side dream of mine to be a chef. I dabbled with the idea of attending culinary school. In […]Continue reading
Read our previous National Soup Month posts: Chicken Taco Soup (The Boy’s Store) Splendipity Soup (Splendipity Inc) We now share with you two soup recipes from Leah, owner of Peacock Pottery: Creamy Seafood Soup I love seafood soup! This recipe is a gem, easy, tasty and perfect for a chilly night! 1/2 lb uncooked, medium […]Continue reading
January is the official month of Soup. You didn’t know that, did you? Well, you’re welcome. Throughout the month I’ll feature soup recipes and write a post or two about volunteering at soup kitchens, starting up your own soup kitchen and more. Here’s our first soup recipe of the month, courtesy of Susan from Splendipity […]Continue reading
A few days ago a friend of mine posted a facebook note about cooking. She expressed her relationship with cooking as a less-than-energetic experience 🙂 I wrote, asking if she’d like a few ideas for meals. Once upon a time, I considered attending culinary school. I also worked in the bakery for both Albertsons and […]Continue reading