This is one of Gloria’s Lunch & Learn class cards.
This was such a sweet post from my daughter (Jessica Kobrin Bernstein- @Peek a baby blog)- that I had to repost it here: “These are the latkes that I grew up eating…and I still haven’t tasted any that come close!” The ultimate latke, in our family, is crispy on the […]
Do You Try to Answer All Reader Questions? Yes How Old Is Your Blog and How Often Do You Write It? I started my blog in 2009 at the same time my Kosher Cookbook App on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad was published. I use the blog both to showcase […]
December 30, 2012 Hors d’OeuvresFried Olives New Potatoes Stuffed with Salmon Caviar Both these recipes can be made earlier in the day. Leave the olives and potatoes at room temperature. When you come home, Fill the center of the potatoes with a little caviar and dot them with creme fraiche […]
We are continuing our conversation with the talented Gloria Kobrin, author of the first kosher cookbook application created for the iPhone & iPad Touch user, Kosher Cookbook. How has the response been to your app? Very good with over 9,000 sold. There are a lot of vegetarian dishes, and we have […]
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09/08/09 | Sharon Udasin | Staff Writer Want to add a little spice to your great-grandmother’s century-old noodle kugel? There’s an app for that. Just in time for the holidays, the team at Web design firm Appsolutemedia has launched a $4.99 iPhone/iTouch application called “CookShelf,” the touchscreen wireless “Kosher Cookbook” […]