Several years ago, quinoa started popping up on Passover tables. It is now a staple. There is kosher for Passover quinoa, quinoa flakes, quinoa flour…I’ve seen this amazing supergrain used as a replacement for rice in sushi and as a satisying side dish to meat and fish. Quinoa, itself has […]
I first met Naomi many years ago at a Kosher Food and Wine Festival in NYC. After that we kept meeting at one foodie event or another; and then, I had the honor to be interviewed by Naomi on her radio show Table for Two. I am constantly amazed at […]
Chimichurri Sauce originated in Argentina. It is a spicy fresh herb sauce that is spooned generously over grilled meats. There are a million ways of adjusting the spiciness and herbiness of Chimichurri. I made this sauce several times before I found a balance that worked for me. I tend to […]
This Fudgy Flourless Chocolate Cake is for the real chocolate lovers amongst you. It is best when made one or two days in advance. You can make it in an eight inch springform pan; or if you prefer to make individual servings, you can make it in a mini-cheesecake pan. […]
You’ll know you’re not eating real pasta, but you won’t mind a bit! This delectable Spaghetti Squash Primavera is a refreshing alternative to heavy pasta dishes. Toss the spaghetti like strings of squash with vegetables. Add Tomato Sauce and/or cheese or not and you’ll have a healthy filling meal- perfect […]
Excerpted from an article by Norene Gilletz: http://www.cjnews.com/food/pan-pals-offer-holiday-favourites. This article was written in 2012. Since then Kosher Cookbook has become Kosherbygloria.com and Twitter has become Twitter.com/kosherbygloria/. The recipe, to which Norene refers, can be found on Kosherbygloria.com “I first “met” Gloria Kobrin of New York on Facebook where we quickly […]
The natural sweetness of the Acorn squash adds another level of flavor to this delicious ratatouille. Quarter the squash and serve it as a side dish or serve the ratatouille in half a squash as a main dish.
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 […]
It is thanks to Julia Child and her Volume Two of Mastering The Art of French Cooking, that I am making this recipe. The chocolate and cocoa spattered pages are a testament to how many times I have made this over the years. Naturally, Julia uses butter; and I encourage […]