Posts Tagged “chanukah”

Chanukah frittata

By | December 3, 2013

How do you turn latkes into a main dish? What do you do with your leftover latkes? One thing, and one thing only: make a Chanukah frittata! I don’t know about you, but around here there is no such thing as leftover latkes. Latkes are immediately consumed once they’re cool enough to touch, so for […]

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Potato leek latkes

By | November 28, 2013

I have a confession to make. Although for these last three Chanukahs, I’ve been singing the praises of lots and lots of alternatives to the standard potato latke, my all-time favorite is actually…a standard potato latke. A perfectly made standard potato latke, with lacy soft middles and crispy brown outsides and more sour cream than […]

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Greek salad with latke croutons

By | November 26, 2013

This recipe appears in this week’s edition of “From Tali’s Kitchen,” my biweekly cooking column in Binah magazine. On stands now! Beat the Greeks and eat them, too! That’s pretty much what I was thinking when I developed this, my ultimate Chanukah salad. The base is a toned-down Greek salad, but with a twist: cubes […]

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Chanukah roundup 2013

By | November 24, 2013

With Chanukah now just days away, I thought the time was ripe for a quick review of all the Chanukah recipes that are up here. With 8 kinds of latkes, a killer latke dip, and 6 themed desserts, there should be plenty here to keep you busy for all eight nights. I’m also throwing in […]

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