Posts Tagged “pareve”

Pumpkin seed pesto {pareve}

By | October 12, 2014

Good news, pesto lovers. You don’t need nuts to make a great pesto! And you don’t need cheese to make a great pesto, either. So you can get a delicious pareve spread on your challah without spending a ton or running into nut/dairy allergy problems. Don’t you love it already? If you’re a regular pesto […]

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74 {pareve} soups, sides, and salads for your Succos menu

By | October 5, 2014

Menu-planning for Succos always seems more daunting to me than menu-planning for Rosh Hashanah. Maybe because I’m starting out tired from the first yom tov, or maybe because by the time we get to Succos, things have been out of whack in general between Rosh Hashanah, Tzom Gedalia, and Yom Kippur. If it’s a mad dash […]

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Soup with the Simons: Mushroom lentil

By | October 1, 2014

This recipe first appeared in the Jan. 27, 2014 edition of “From Tali’s Kitchen,” my cooking column in Binah magazine. In the alternate universe called Facebook, I’ve been reading about people’s glamorous meal plans for before and after Yom Kippur. And I don’t get it. First, I don’t understand how anyone can eat a huge fancy meal before […]

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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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