Posts Tagged “pareve”

Honey balsamic tomato salad

By | September 18, 2014

Remember the new series I told you about last week, where a group of bloggers and writers talk about the life of an Orthodox woman? Today’s topic is making and spending Shabbos with young children. Come have a read! (If you missed the first post, you can catch up here.) *               *       […]

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Soup with the Simons: Easy beet soup

By | September 9, 2014

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This will be the fourth Rosh Hashanah since we got married, and our third time doing the simanim at home. Both of the other times, we did them as a round of appetizers, though it feels kind of wrong to call them that. Ironically, I can’t remember whether we ever did the fish head. I’m […]

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Sweet challah topping

By | September 4, 2014

I almost left these Rosh Hashanah challahs plain. Close call, right? Past years have seen raisin challah from me, but I’m all out of the raisins we import from America and there is no part of me that wants to check raisins bought here. Past years have also seen a straight sugar sprinkle, but I […]

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Purple cabbage salad

By | August 28, 2014

Gush Katif-style heads of cabbage — meaning, an actual head that doesn’t need to be checked for bugs — might just be my most exciting grocery find ever. I’ve always been frustrated with the pre-packaged shredded cabbage. It’s expensive, lackluster, and tends to go bad after a few days. But I wasn’t about to check a […]

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