All the vegetarian chopped liver recipes I have seen mention nuts as an ingredient- but my grandchildren are allergic to nuts! I’ve tried many variations- combining different amounts of mushrooms, string beans, onions, eggs and sunflower seed butter. The results were okay but not stellar. My husband always complained that […]
This is a simple rice recipe that can be eaten as is or used as a base for other recipes.
This delicious, moist, healthy and easy to prepare recipe makes a great dinner any night of the week.
Vegetables and carbs all in one dish.
Fresh is always better than purchased! Prep time: 30 minutes
I have memories of eating forkful after forkful of Chicken Pot Pie before I got married and became kosher. Creamy chicken and vegetables in pastry crust- what could be better? It was really important to me to work this recipe out in a kosher way. In the 1970’s, Chicken Pot […]
When my brother and I were children, Dad decided that the whole family should learn how to ice skate. I’m not really sure how he arrived at this idea. I know that there was a large group of parents and children from the Ramaz School, at which my brother was […]
I saved this recipe for the last of my “In Memory of My Father” posts because, in fact, this Coconut Lemon Layer Cake was the last birthday cake I made him for his 95th birthday-last June 29-just about one year ago. I had made him this same cake for his […]
This is what do you do with those chicken fingers you have removed from the cutlets.
It may seem counter intuitive; but baking your salmon surrounded by herbs and wine in the oven produces the most moist and delicious fish. I like to serve this salmon cold with green sauce and cucumber salad and/or Farro Salad. All the flavors complement each other beautifully. Prep time: 15 […]