Author Archives: Tali Simon

Freezer plan!

By | December 21, 2014

I’m switching things up today with a freezer plan instead of a menu plan. Whenever my freezer empties, I start to get antsy. Usually, the list of what I’d like to freeze is just in my head, and I haphazardly cook from that list over a few weeks. But now that #3 of my back-to-back-to-back book […]

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{Video} Fried latkes vs baked latkes

By | December 18, 2014

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So something really exciting happened this week — ready for it? — I lost my camera. That meant that my big plans to do a post about fried latkes vs. baked latkes were going downhill fast, because you can’t do a blog post without a photo (be honest now, you’d glide right over a photo-less post, […]

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Rainbow wheat berry salad

By | December 16, 2014

If the rest of your week is going to be high in fried foods (cough cough, latkes, cough cough, funnel cake), can I recommend something completely delicious and satisfying and healthy to have around for lunches? It’s a really pretty wheat berry salad, and once the grain is cooked, you can be done in 5 […]

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Menu Plan: Week of Dec. 14, 2014

By | December 14, 2014

I wrote out a menu, got ready to publish, and then realized one little important thing: Chanukah starts this week. Oh! So I redid the menu. This updated version makes space for my favorite latkes, classic potato and small in size, and for cottage cheese pancakes slash latkes, which I should really make all the […]

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