Tag: gluten free

American, Soup, Uncategorized

Pumpkin Soup

Every year my daughter and son in law take my grandchildren pumpkin picking. This year, the children picked out the largest pumpkin they could find and presented it to me!. After admiring it for a few days, I removed the seeds, cut it up in manageable pieces and roasted it. […]

Simply Orange Sauce
Dressings & Sauces

Simply Orange Sauce

Defrost a can of frozen orange juice, add water, sugar and herbs and voila- you have a basic orange sauce that gets caramelized when baked in the oven over whatever protein you choose. Use this sauce as is, or dress it up by adding a splash of orange liqueur and/or […]

Israeli Salad
Featured, Israeli, Salad

Israeli Salad

This colorful, light salad that is seen in Israel on every breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet, has become so well known the world over; that is is simply called Israeli Salad. This salad goes with everything. From adding it to Falafel¬† to spreading it over Schnitzel, Israeli Salad adds color […]

Ambrosia
American, Dessert, Parve, Uncategorized

Ambrosia

The combination of oranges, strawberries and fresh coconut is called Ambrosia-¬† a term that refers to the “nectar of the Gods” in Greek mythology. It is aptly named, although the recipe has its origins in the South! The natural juices from the fruits combined with the mellow flavor of coconut […]

Quinoa Crust
American, Entree, Parve, Passover, Vegetarian

Quinoa Crust

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 satisfying side dish for meat and fish. Quinoa itself has […]

Lamb Osso Buco
Entree, Italian, Red Meat

Lamb Osso Buco

Osso Buco is Italian for bone with a hole. This hole contains marrow which you can eat with a special marrow bone spoon or any spoon with a bowl small enough to fit into the hole-like a demitasse spoon. Most people think of Osso Buco as a veal dish; but […]