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Winter Soup
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January 14, 2014

Winter Soup

Well. It’s cold. No doubt about that. So today, Hubby and I decided to make a yummy minestrone soup. Actually what happened was, Hubby wanted to make a butternut squash gratin (yes, recipe coming) and I remembered a recent recipe from Real Simple for a minestrone soup with butternut squash. Perfect pair for dinner! Please forgive the lack of pictures… the Kosher, She Eats kitchen was NOT clean enough to get any good pics. I promise we will have some new ones for you the next time we make this! Of course,......

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Cauliflower Tabouli

For our first culinary adventure of our married life, we decided to make Cauliflower Tabouli during Passover. It was delish, tasted like the real thing and much healthier for us! This is our own, made up recipe based on ideas we saw around the web. Here’s how to do it: Ingredients: Full head of cauliflower One bunch of parsley Half of a cucumber One tomato Zest from half of one lemon Olive oil Salt Pepper Zatar to taste (optional but recommended) Preparation: Break apart the cauliflower, removing the greens and breaking the......

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We are back!
Food, Kosher She Eats |
April 04, 2013

We are back!

I want to apologize again for the lack of posts in the past few months. My husband and I were married on the 10th of March and now we are back from our honeymoon. We had some amazing culinary adventures in the South Pacific and we are ready to start posting new, fun Kosher ideas for you all. Again this year, we are planting our gardens so we are excited to have tons of fresh, fun produce to use in our recipes. Look forward to more pickling and easy but unique recipes.......

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Wedding Hiatus
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January 08, 2013

Wedding Hiatus

I am very sorry, to all of our readers, that I have had no new recipes for you since our great pickling adventure of 2012. You see, shortly after the pickles, my boyfriend (and foodie partner in crime) proposed to me. So we have been crazy with wedding planning ever since. Our wedding is March 10, 2013 and I promise to be back with some fun and crazy recipes after that! Thanks for tuning in!...

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Homemade Half-Sour Pickles

This year, we planted a garden filled with all of my favorite vegetables… turns out, most of my favorites are viners  and prickly! We have had lots of squash and cucumbers and tomatoes. With this extra produce, we decided to play with pickling and in particular, make our own pickles! We both spent a lot of time on the East Coast and LOVE our half-sours! Here is the recipe we used/made up. Try them with some farmer’s market cucs and then next year, grow your own! 🙂 What kind of cucumbers did......

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Cherry-Apricot Jam/Preserves

I am sorry I have been slacking! I have had so many fun culinary adventures with my Sweet Boyfriend. We have been documenting them all and taking pictures. I have to get him to write here to tell you more about his smoking and grilling and fast cooking ways but for now, I’ll share my side. A few weeks ago we went for a weekend walk through the neighborhood. It so happens that his neighborhood has TONS of cherry trees! We decided at the last minute to pick some of these super......

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Carrot-Ginger Soup

After all that cheese and dairy, it’s time for something soothing and hearty. I made this soup for my boyfriend this weekend. He was coming home from a trip to London and Paris and I thought he might enjoy something simple but hearty. The ginger was an added bonus to help settle his stomach if the flight was rough. I know when I travel, I don’t always feel like eating something heavy. This is a fairly simple recipe and I can’t even remember where it came from, an online recipe site, but......

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Carrot-Ginger Soup

After all that cheese and dairy, it’s time for something soothing and hearty. I made this soup for my boyfriend this weekend. He was coming home from a trip to London and Paris and I thought he might enjoy something simple but hearty. The ginger was an added bonus to help settle his stomach if the flight was rough. I know when I travel, I don’t always feel like eating something heavy. This is a fairly simple recipe and I can’t even remember where it came from, an online recipe site, but......

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Colorful and Healthy Frittata

I know I have given you a lot of desserts lately for Shavuot but here is a nice lunch dish that can be reused for breakfast the next morning. It’s colorful and healthy. I highly recommend getting farm fresh eggs (like literally from chickens) or buying free range organic eggs. I know most people don’t understand the value of this but having recently been turned on to these types of eggs, I can tell you first hand there is a HUGE difference in taste and quality. It is better for you and......

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What about the cheesecake haters?

What do you do when it’s Shavuot and someone doesn’t like cheesecake? It’s a serious dilemma. I know for years I did not like cheesecake and I always had a piece foisted on me. Well, here is a good alternative. Peach Frozen Yogurt… and it only takes 5 minutes. You can even use this year round and make it parve with some tofuti or other parve yogurt! You will need a food processor and this may be served immediately without freezing. Try it with non-fat yogurt to make it even more waist-friendly.......

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