When summertime rolls around, here are some ways to chill out without breaking into a sweat, giving you quality time to spend with your family. These kid-friendly dishes are fun to make and will help children of all ages learn new cooking techniques. When possible, use the fresh summer produce that is popping up at farmers’ markets and roadside stands. I’ve also included some simple recipes to get your kids involved in hands-on constructive activities….(read full article below).
Good Shabbos, Shabbat Shalom! Have you ever wondered why your recipe didn’t turn out like the beautiful food pictures in cookbooks or magazines? If you’re interested in food presentation, discover the fascinating secrets of making picture-perfect food in The Food Stylist’s Handbook: Hundreds of Media Styling Tips, Tricks, and Secrets for Chefs, Artists, Bloggers, and Food Lovers by Denise Vivaldo and Cindie Flannigan…(read full article below).
Good Shabbos, Shabbat Shalom, and a very Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there! If you’re looking for some fabulous dishes to serve for Shabbat, Father’s Day, or anytime at all, here are some scrumptious recipes that also just happen to be gluten-free. They come from my dear friend, Mimi Markofsky, who owns and operates Elite Kosher Catering, a kosher catering company in West Bloomfield, MI. Mimi is known by her clients and friends as the “gluten-free queen!” Whenever we get together (which is not often enough), either by phone or in person, Mimi and I talk about food for hours!…(read full article below).
Good Shabbos, Shabbat Shalom! It’s wedding season and families are gathering around the table to celebrate simchas once again…(read full article below).
Shlomo Assayag, Toronto’s kosher guru, hosted Gurufest to benefit Chai Lifeline Canada on May 1. Attendees experienced a chopped cook-off right before their eyes, hosted by food media personality Naomi Nachman…(read full article below).
Good Shabbos, Shabbat Shalom! Are you fed up with dairy after feasting on cheesecakes, blintzes and ice cream for Shavuot? It’s time to uncover the barbecue, pull out the patio furniture and gather around the grill…(read full article below).
Good Shabbos, Shabbat Shalom! Shavuot, which begins Saturday evening, commemorates the revelation of the Torah to the Jewish people and is also the Festival of the First Fruits. Delicious dairy dishes, such as kugels, cheesecakes and blintzes (which represent the shape of the Torah) are traditionally served…(read full article below).
Good Shabbos, Shabbat Shalom! Mother’s Day in North America falls on the second Sunday in May. This year, it is on May 13, one week before Shavuot. Here are some family favourites that will work well for your Mother’s Day brunch and are also perfect for Shavuot. Best of all, the cheese strata and tortilla lasagne can be prepared in advance and the kids can help makes them for their moms and bubbes…(read full article below).
Good Shabbos, Shabbat Shalom! If you’re one of the many thousands of followers of Chanie Apfelbaum’s popular food blog, Busy in Brooklyn, you’re familiar with her ultra-creative, super-fun, delicious recipes, such as her Torah Cannoli, which make a fun treat for Shavuot…(read full article below).