Marinated Baby Peppers

Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
It seems that November is not only an all-around-pumpkin-obsession month, but also  a National Pepper Month. Before I get full swing into the pumpkin mode, I am repeating this deliciously festive recipe that will definitely enhance a holiday table. Enjoy! Marinated Baby Peppers

Florentine Salad

Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
This is a combination of two salads. Years ago in Israel, my aunt served a simple, yet delicious and healthy salad. It was just thinly sliced celery with diced scallions, dressed Israeli style, with lemon juice and olive oil. I loved it, and started making it regularly. Then I saw one…

Pickling Time and Chunking Kale

Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
A distressed mother barges into a Rabbi’s study: “Rabbi, my son has gone meshuge (crazy)!” “Calm down, lady, have you taken him to a specialist? What makes you think that?” “Specialist-shmeshalist! Who needs specialists? I am a mother, I know!” “But, dear lady, what does he do?” “Oy, Rabbi, he eats…

“All You Need Is Love” – Zoodles, Part 3. Toodles.

Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
You’ve heard all kinds of jokes about Jewish Time. It is tacitly assumed that “standard Jewish time” is about thirty minutes later than regular time. For instance, if an invitation is issued for, say, three o’clock in the afternoon, it’s a good idea to clarify whether you are expected there on…

Pyshka – Sweet Roll and a Baby Kitten

Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
Pyshka is a sweet roll, baked or deep-fried, with or without filling, made with yeast or as a quick bread, i.e. yeast-less. Sort of a Russian doughnut with a Polish name (most sources derive the name from Polish pączek  – sweet roll). Another theory attributes the name to Russian pykchat’ which is…

Unfair Trade: Muffins for Tobacco

Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
Are muffins bread? Are they cakes? Are they supposed to be eaten for breakfast, lunch, snack, dessert, or all of the above? Are muffins really cupcakes without frosting? Thomas Jefferson thought so, and called muffins “a luxury to us.” Today, you can get a recipe for Monticello Muffins at http://www.monticello.org.  But…

Cauliflower Steaks with Chimichurri Sauce

The Friendly Epicurean This summer I’m trying to eat as little processed food as I can. I’ve been trying to stick with whole food meals made at home. I love to use cauliflower because it’s so versatile. I roasted my cauliflower steaks for this recipe but you could also pan fry them or grill them.Continue reading “Cauliflower Steaks with Chimichurri Sauce”

Purple Cake for a Purple Friend

Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
Although Roman Emperor Aurelian was a great military commander and “Restorer of the World” (Restitutor Orbis), he was far from generous with his wife. Having “restored” the world by conquering vast territories and defeating armies of those who foolishly refused to be conquered,  he still begrudged Lady Ulpia a trifle –…

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