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A great alternative to a Thanksgiving feast

Even though I live in Israel now, I still celebrate Thanksgiving. I don't feel like it's just an American holiday to be celebrated in America, but rather a day to step back from our hectic...  Continue reading →

After planning an Asian themed dinner for an upcoming client, I got really in the mood for one of the main dishes: Asain bowl! It basically a base broth, topped with whatever your heart desires!...  Continue reading →

When I set out to create a Pesach stir-fry, I assumed the hardest part would be creating the noodles. What I didn't realize is that all the classic sauces you would normally use in a...  Continue reading →

With the hubby under the weather, a soup was definitely in order. With my new UX course, I've been trying to split my days between food blogging and course work. Today was a course day,...  Continue reading →

Ever since kosher bacon has become a thing, I have been obsessed. Whenever we're at a restaurant with some version of kosher bacon on the menu, you can be sure I'm going to order it. I...  Continue reading →

I love hosting Friday night meals. A truly fresh, not reheated meal really adds to the Shabbat vibe. When I host a Shabbat lunch, I'm limited to dishes that taste great when reheated and don't have...  Continue reading →