Cod is a medium firm white fish with a delicate flavor. It flakes easily and lends itself to absorbing many different flavors. These cod cakes are the kosher answer to crab cakes. They are light, satisfying and so “non-fishy” that even your guests who shy away from fish will love […]
Pour a glass of wine, spread this creamy pâté on some French bread, turn on some music and you’ll feel like you’re in Paris.
Chopped Liver is the quintessential Jewish comfort food and always a guilty pleasure! Annie Mae used to “kasher” the livers and make the schmaltz in my child hood kitchen. Of course, you can buy pre- kashered livers and rendered chicken fat at the butcher- but it just isn’t the same.
I love Onion Soup. Traditionally, it is made with beef broth and has grilled bread covered with melted cheese that gets all gooey and drips down your mouth, sitting on top of it. You can’t do that if you’re kosher. I decided to make a vegetarian version, so I can […]
One taste of a Fried Olive will make you a devotée for life! The piquant flavor of the olives wrapped in the crunchiness of Panko is a match made in taste heaven. Note: I’ve been using a countertop electric fryer for several years now. It makes the job much easier.