Posts Tagged “dips”

Sun-dried tomato chummus

By | May 13, 2014


When my husband tasted this chummus, he told me it was Rosh HaShanah-worthy. Next he said it was Dad-worthy. (Is that the same level of goodness?) When my son tasted this chummus, he didn’t say much. He was too busy doing a face-plant into his sandwich. And when I tasted it? Immediate and undying love. If […]

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Olive chummus

By | October 3, 2013


This recipe first appeared in the Sep. 16, 2013 edition of “From Tali’s Kitchen,” my biweekly cooking column in Binah magazine. Parshat Noach approaches, and just like that, rainbow layer cakes become everyone’s favorite dessert. The more health-conscious take a pass on the food coloring and stick with things like rainbow fruit skewers. This is […]

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Cinnamon sugar cream cheese

By | September 3, 2013


Raisin challah, apple challah, and honey challah are all awesome. You know what’s less awesome? Putting chummus on them. This is what I call the Sweet Challah Problem. The things you would normally put on the table as salatim tend to be savory — chummus, eggplant salads, olive dip, matbucha — and none of them […]

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Roumanian eggplant salad

By | September 1, 2013


In the past, I’ve made eggplant salads that involved a fair amount of oil. Sometimes I was okay with that, sometimes not so much. It sort of depended on what kind of dessert I had planned. But see, that’s what I love about this roumanian eggplant salad. It uses only two tablespoons of oil and […]

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