Posts Tagged “pumpkin”

Soup with the Simons: Easy aromatic pumpkin soup {recipe review}

By | August 22, 2013


This is #1 in a series of recipes that I’ll be testing and sharing from Pam Reiss’s first cookbook, Soup: A Kosher Collection. For more from Pam, check out Pam’s Kitchen. This was the first thing I put in the freezer for Rosh Hashanah, and the day I made it was one of those super chaotic times. […]

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Pumpkin cake {recipe review}

By | April 12, 2013

pumpkin cake 1a

This is #3 in a series of recipes that I’m testing and sharing from Paula Shoyer’s cookbook on pareve baking, The Kosher Baker. I was provided with a review copy of the book, but my opinions are my own. You can learn more about Paula’s work at In Paula’s Kitchen.  Previously from The Kosher Baker: chocolate candy hamentaschen and chocolate […]

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Kitchen Tips: How to make pumpkin puree

By | April 9, 2013

Most people I know don’t buy pumpkin regularly. I get that — it’s not milk, it’s not potatoes, and it’s not pasta. But pumpkin is one of those ingredients that gets a high mark for versatility. It’s wonderful in dips, sauces, soups, drinks, and baked goods. I know you can buy it in a can […]

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Soup with the Simons: Pumpkin, white bean & lentil

By | February 5, 2013


As of this writing, I have exactly 100 recipes bookmarked. Whoops, just typed “cookmarked” by accident — though that’s more accurate, anyway. Do people bookmark things other than recipes? With me, it’s either recipes or food photography tutorials. Are there even other things in existence to bookmark? Not sure. Anyway, the problem with having that […]

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