Month: May 2016

Watermelon Feta Salad
American, Salad

Watermelon Feta Salad

Watermelon Feta Salad combines the flavors of  sweet, juicy watermelon with that of  salty, dry Feta. It is a match made in foodie heaven. Add blueberries and toasted pine nuts and you’ve got a beautiful light Summer salad. Hint: Use toasted sunflower seeds if anyone is allergic to nuts. Prep […]

Salmon Wellington
Entree, Fish, French, Uncategorized

Salmon Wellington

The idea for Salmon Wellington popped into my mind when I was sent some Black Truffle Paté and Truffle Oil by Crafted Kosher- a company that is no longer in business. The term “Wellington” usually connotes tournedos covered with liver paté and puff pastry. How about replacing the beef and […]

No-Bake Bourbon Balls
American, Dessert, Parve

No-Bake Bourbon Balls

I was so excited when the folks from Gefen/Kedem asked me to work with some of their products. I had always thought of Kedem Tea Biscuits as just “tea biscuits”. Well, surprise! I ground them up, added some chopped nuts, sugar, cocoa and Bourbon and voila- a boozey dessert cookie to […]

Sweet and Sour Meatballs
American, Entree, Red Meat

Sweet and Sour Meatballs

It seems like everyone loves meatballs! I’m giving you the proportions of sugar and spices that make my family smile. You can adjust the proportions to fit your family’s taste. Add more or less allspice, or more or less brown sugar and lemon juice. Meatballs, about one inch around, are […]

Uncategorized

Repurposing Leftovers

Sometimes you try a recipe and guess what-it doesn’t work. Or, it does work; but nobody likes it. Your dilemma is- what do you do with the leftovers? I’m not prone to throwing out food. My Friday night chicken with orzo- a one pot meal- was not a success with […]