Tag: Passover

American, Parve, Uncategorized

Strawberry Sorbet

Strawberry sorbet is smooth and creamy and easily made from frozen strawberries puréed with 3 simple ingredients.  Spoon it into an orange shell for a company dinner or eat it as soft serve right away. I promise, this recipe will quickly become your go-to instant dessert! I like to change […]

Beef Tagine
Entree, Red Meat

Beef Tagine

The combination of spices in this Beef Tagine make you feel like you’re on an exotic vacation. The hot, sweet and spicy flavors combined with the tender beef, vegetables and dried apricots make each bite a perfect one. Make this recipe a day in advance so that the flavors have […]

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 […]

Lemon Curd
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Lemon Curd

I’m an obssessive recipe clipper. I admit to regularly pulling out recipes from magazines and papers (those I own, by the way, not ones found in the Doctor’s office)and adding them to my research file. So many ideas and not enough time to play with them all. Many of the […]

Baked Apples
American, Parve

Baked Apples

I’ve loved Baked Apples since I was a child. I love the texture- soft and smooth like applesauce; but firm enough to hold its shape. I love scraping the apple off the skin and then eating the skin by itself. There are so many variations of this wonderful dessert. You […]