Author Archives: Tali Simon

White chocolate pomegranate bark

By | September 21, 2014

Okay, everyone. Three more days to Rosh Hashanah! Freezer filled? Good for you. Haven’t started cooking? It’s alright, your family will forgive you (or at least they really should, with Yom Kippur coming up). Anyway, it’s pretty much crunch time so I figured we should chomp down on some bark together. In the course of my […]

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Honey balsamic tomato salad

By | September 18, 2014

Remember the new series I told you about last week, where a group of bloggers and writers talk about the life of an Orthodox woman? Today’s topic is making and spending Shabbos with young children. Come have a read! (If you missed the first post, you can catch up here.) *               *       […]

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Apple pomegranate noodle kugel (Plus: September Kosher Connection linkup!)

By | September 15, 2014

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Craisins are generally something I save for salads. Just a small handful, and a totally ordinary bowl of lettuce and cut-up veggies becomes special. A few weeks ago, I noticed pomegranate juice craisins in my makolet (of all places) and grabbed a bag immediately. These things are so addictive — all tart and sweet and […]

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Rosh Hashanah menu 2014

By | September 14, 2014

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Last Rosh Hashanah, there was just too much food. I didn’t think such a thing was possible, but I guess you live and learn, and boy did I learn. It was a lesson that snuck its way into our Shabbos planning, too — for the last seven months, we’ve been making and eating simpler Shabbos meals […]

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