Shallots, cucumbers and dill complement the mild flavor of the flounder. This is an easy, light and delicious recipe that is perfect for lunch or dinner. Enjoy!
I feel so pleased that Bakar Kosher Meats wanted to partner with me. They sent me two beautiful roasts. One I made for Shabbat dinner and one I made for a video. Both times the meat was delicious! The herb crust I mixed together creates a beautiful crust over the […]
My Mother in Law really enjoyed cooking for her family; but in her later years, she subscribed to the “Ich Mich Pich” or 1-2-3 method of cooking. In other words, she preferred to use as few ingredients as possible and definitely avoided recipes with multiple steps. Tarragon Chicken was one […]
Beaten eggs and tomato purée form the dairy free custard that cradles the sautéed eggplant and onions in a pie crust. Serve this as a vegetable side dish, a vegetarian entrée or add grated parmesan on top for a dairy meal. Use my All-Purpose Dough for an easy to roll […]
This is the vegetarian version of a chicken recipe I learned in Tuscany. Make it at least one day in advance so that the tofu has a chance to soak up the flavors of the sauce. Prep time: 45 minutes
Many years ago, when my children were still in school, we traveled to Paris for Winter vacation. Naturally, we visited the Louvre. After several hours of actually seeing the amazing art and sculpture that we had just read about; we had to feed the troops. A close friend of mine […]
What red wine, vegetables,and herbs do to the humble beef cube is simply spectacular! Hint: Make this recipe a day or two in advance. The flavors only get better!
This is an old family recipe that my Mother’s family made for card parties and brunches. Mayo free, it is a very light dish. My family used to serve it with Russian Dressing. In this picture, I’ve plated the mold with a tomato salad tossed with vinaigrette which gives the […]
Prep time: 20 minutes
This sweet Blueberry Crumb Cake is a delicious coffee cake that can easily be turned into a dessert by adding a scoop of vanilla ice cream. I usually make it non-dairy; but using sweet butter and milk will work beautifully as well. Don’t be confused when you see that the […]