Kosher Kitchen
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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
It is officially the beginning of summer. The weather may not agree, but Memorial Day has come and gone and it’s time for easy summer livin’. Now we can relax with cookouts and … more
It is grilling, barbecuing, and smoking time. Nothing says summer like a grilled burger or some smoked chicken or barbecued brisket. Grilling is the oldest form of cooking. Once fire was … more
Anytime is a good time for a great new cookbook. True, Mother’s Day has passed, but if you missed a gift, or are feeling like you need another one, this new cookbook … more
One of my favorite Shavuot customs dictates that we bring flowers and natural beauty into our homes. And spring flowers are blooming everywhere now. Another favorite custom is that of eating dairy … more
It’s hard to believe that it is more than 50 years ago that Israel prevailed and won a war in six days, reuniting Jerusalem. Riding up the road to Jerusalem on a visit to Israel in 1973, right … more
Spring is finally here. We want to be outside as much as possible, and we do not want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen on dinner prep. The kids are probably busy with after school programs and … more
For Passover, we thoroughly cleaned out our cabinets and refrigerators. Now, as we finish putting back all the chametz foods, we can look at what we have and take stock of our eating habits. Does … more
The eggplant — a beautiful berry — is so popular that its iconic color is instantly recognizable far beyond the food, in paint and fabric and more. My eyeglasses are eggplant as is a … more
Salad days are really and truly here. We have survived another winter, made it through snowstorms and frigid temperatures, viruses, a bad flu epidemic and more. We ate heartily and filled our bodies … more
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