Author Archives: Tali Simon

Menu Plan: Week of Oct. 19, 2014

By | October 19, 2014

After working so hard to fill my freezer, it’s bare again. I think this is the emptiest it’s been since I gave birth, actually. No challah, no muffins, no whole wheat toddler bread. No pancakes, no ice cream, no carrot soup or mushroom soup or beet soup or anything soup. No pizza dough, no zucchini […]

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Bavarian apple torte

By | October 14, 2014

My toddler and I have a new habit of looking at cookbooks on Shabbos/yom tov mornings lately. Maybe this was my idea, but it was definitely a good one because my 22-month-old is developing a rather impressive culinary vocabulary. Not only can he identify 95% of the groceries my husband brings home, but he regularly points out […]

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Pumpkin seed pesto {pareve}

By | October 12, 2014

Good news, pesto lovers. You don’t need nuts to make a great pesto! And you don’t need cheese to make a great pesto, either. So you can get a delicious pareve spread on your challah without spending a ton or running into nut/dairy allergy problems. Don’t you love it already? If you’re a regular pesto […]

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Succos menu 2014

By | October 6, 2014

As I was scrubbing my kitchen last Nisan, I told myself that compared to making Pesach while 8 months pregnant, the coming Succos would be just about the easiest thing I’d ever done. Well, six months goes by pretty quickly when you’re looking back. Although I don’t think making yom tov will ever really be […]

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