Archive For The “Side Dishes” Category

Mexican tabbouleh

By | January 29, 2015

Many moons ago, I was having computer trouble. It was time-consuming and energy-consuming and nothing was working. At some point in between my laptop dying and being partially revived, I transferred every last file to our friends’ external hard drive. This was the perfect rescue plan until our friends moved to Beit Shemesh, a decent […]

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La Cuisine quiche {recipe review}

By | December 31, 2014

Richly flavored filling, a perfect buttery dough — it’s no wonder this was La Cuisine’s most popular savory dish! This is the first recipe I’m testing and reviewing from Lori Rapp’s cookbook, Secrets From Lori Rapp’s Kitchen. Lori and her husband Marvin ran the La Cuisine bakery and catering company in Jerusalem for 20 years. Come back soon […]

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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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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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