Archive For The “Side Dishes” Category

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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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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Cheesy zucchini 3-grain pilaf

By | September 11, 2014

First, something new: I’m participating in a series of blog posts called Orthodox Women Talk, where a group of bloggers/writers talk about — you guessed it — what it’s like to be an Orthodox woman. The first topic is how we handle long davenings, so come see what everyone has to say!  *         […]

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Carrot crisp

By | August 21, 2014

I love roasted vegetables, but make them often enough and I do get bored. Do you also suffer from veggie boredom? This is the perfect solution: roasted carrots with a crispy herb-and-breadcrumb topping is a dressed-up version of ordinary roasted carrots, but still quick and easy. It’s like the ever-popular apple crisp, except veggie-based and savory. Vegetable […]

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