Author Archives: Tali Simon

Kitchen Tips: How to make (and freeze!) caramelized onions

By | July 22, 2014

These days, it takes a lot of advance planning to make dinner. The first step is putting away yesterday’s clean dishes. The second step is washing the dirty dishes that are still in the sink, even though I thought I washed them last night when I should have gone to sleep already. Eventually I might get […]

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Menu Plan: Week of July 20, 2014

By | July 20, 2014

When we moved into our yishuv exactly three years ago, I knew I was going to miss having a readily available source for iced coffee. The closest place that sold it was Rami Levi, but my husband does the grocery shopping 99% of the time, so I never really get there. So I managed as I […]

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A day in the life

By | July 15, 2014

I always wonder about bloggers. Like: What do they do in their real lives? How do they make time to post regular recipes? And quite importantly, what do they make for dinner on a normal night? So I realize that this post may be assuming too much — for example, that you’re interested in what I was […]

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Creamy swiss chard mushroom bake

By | July 10, 2014

I’m still processing what happened this afternoon. A friend and I took our kids to a tatzpit (lookout) on the outskirts of the yishuv. The big boys shared a peanut butter sandwich and explored the area while baby girl hung out in her pink sunhat (and pink onesie and pink shorts, and don’t worry, the pink […]

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