Archive For The “Nibbles” Category

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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How I make Shabbos

By | February 25, 2014

A bunch of you have asked recently what we eat on Shabbos. Did you know that making Shabbos is one of my favorite things to talk about? You’ve been warned. For the last three years and some change, I’ve been trying to figure out how exactly to do this Shabbos thing. I’m beginning to suspect […]

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Jamie Geller's Jerusalem book party

By | December 10, 2013

Jamie Geller’s aliyah one year ago was a great thing on so many levels. And that includes the party level. Because as she promotes her just-released cookbook, Joy of Kosher: Fast, Fresh Family Recipes, the Jerusalem Cinemateque was on the list of book party locales. It wasn’t something I wanted to miss. The event last […]

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10 ways to help new parents

By | January 15, 2013

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The vast majority of the posts I write are about food, but every once in awhile I feel like doing something a little different. Our baby boy turned one month old on Sunday, and I’ve been reflecting on the many ways our neighbors have helped us, particularly in the days right after his birth. (We […]

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