Posts Tagged “barley”

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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Barley & pecan stuffed zucchini (Plus: November Kosher Connection linkup!)

By | November 19, 2012

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So my husband doesn’t like zucchini. But he ate half of these barley & pecan stuffed zukes. And this was even with a casserole made from the extra filling sitting on the stove top. Go figure. What I like most about stuffing zucchinis is that they retain some bite. When I normally cook with zucchini, […]

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Creamy mushroom barley pilaf

By | July 31, 2012

VLUU L200  / Samsung L200

This recipe and story first appeared in the June 18, 2012 edition of “From Tali’s Kitchen,” my biweekly cooking column in Binah magazine. It began with a flour sifter. The kind you’d find at any Israeli grocery. Growing up in America, I never thought twice about flour. If I needed some for baking, I simply […]

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Roasted vegetable barley salad

By | March 27, 2012

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For a couple of weeks now, I’ve been in no-food-shopping mode. With the exception of fresh produce, I just cannot bring myself to buy anything. No flour — we have too much already. No pasta — we’re slowly making our way through our collection. Definitely no more canned foods — it’s all I can do […]

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