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‘Chips Ahoy’

Wow! Did you hear that? - A huge sigh of relief from all the women who have finished putting away the last platter of food from Yom Tov!

Kosher Cook-Off

What do a young chassidishe woman from Williamsburg, a Modern Orthodox mom from the Upper West Side and a non-Jewish mother of three from Connecticut all have in common?

A Gourmet Purim Feast

In honor of Purim, Outré EATS presents a new take on traditional Persian fare.

Sukkot Recipes

To avoid the hostess panic, keep your menu to a minimum, consisting mostly of tried and true recipes that you are familiar with while adding a few new dishes to the mix to keep it exciting.

Rush Hour Dinners

These recipes will get you closer to feeding hungry mouths without further exhausting yourself.

‘Quonfused’ About Quinoa

Quinoa has become a part of the Passover diet for many observant Jews since the Star-K published an article Quinoa, The Grain That's Not, in the Kashrus Kurrents for Pesach, 1997.

Amazing Blintzes

One of my family's favorite Pesach treats is blintzes - potato or cheese - we're not picky.

Butternut Squash

Butternut Squash, a hybrid of Gooseneck and Hubbard squashes, is a diverse winter vegetable whose warm notes help combat the winter chill.

A Purim-Themed Fairytale

The children miraculously and unanimously agreed to wear pajamas as their costumes this Purim!

A Fireside Chat

Now close your eyes, click your heels together three times and repeat after me: “There’s no place like Fireside. There’s no place like Fireside.”

Savory Slow Cooker Meals

You know the way your house smells on Friday night when the cholent is bubbling away in the crockpot? Did you ever think of using that crock-pot or slow cooker during the week? Well, I did and I had no idea one slow cooker could create so many tasty dishes, all easy to whip up and full of flavor.

The Joy Of Snacking – Part II

As the search for the perfect snack continues, this week we review treats from two different companies with ingredient in common: cheese.

Cheese itself happens to be a great snack. It comes in a wide variety of colors, flavors and sizes and can be eaten alone or with bread and fruit. However, when you add some basic ingredients like bread and sauce, it becomes part of a wonderful treat.

Latest In Kosher Food

Tastebuds' delight - Esther's Best (Kehilla Kashrus, parve) has created a line of dressings that will makes salads mouth-watering delicious.

Inspiration, Education And More At Annual Kosher Food Bloggers Conference

There is a lot of creativity in the food blogging community and not only in the kitchen.

More Entries From The Soup Contest

Nothing says winter like a bowl of hot soup – and so many of you responded to our request for recipes back in December. The following are two more recipes we enjoyed.

Tzimmes Chicken

Come Rosh Hashanah and Sukkot, there are extra guests for dinner; I am always looking for a tasty family meal that everyone will enjoy.

Be Prepared For BBQ Season

When the weather is beautiful and the days are long, most people like to end their weekend with a barbeque. But if you are trying to watch your weight, big barbeques can spell big trouble! However, grilling does not have to mean a cholesterol and fat overload. Try to enjoy a healthier version of your favorite dishes this season, with tasty burgers and side dishes that are good for both your palate and waistline.

Florida’s Divine Bovine

Fuego’s very extensive menu is heaven for meat lovers, with an eclectic mix that will satisfy both those who like their eats straightforward and simple as well as those whose palate runs more to the trendy side.

Hubby Is Hungry

It was close to midnight and I was way too tired to go out. I decided to get creative and mix together some apricot and strawberry jam I found in my fridge.

Lamb Stew With Dill And Olives

This recipe is Sephardi; the flavours of turmeric and lemon amongst its ingredients reflect its Syrian origin.

Two New Cookbooks To Liven Up Your Holiday Meals

There is nothing like three sets of three-day yomim tovim to strike terror in the hearts of meal planners everywhere as they struggle to plan a staggering quantity of delicious, varied and attractive meals for potentially large numbers of people.

Dealing With Leftovers

The holidays are upon us which means lots of food. So, what to do with all those leftovers? Here are some creative ideas.

Sweet Potato, Pomegranate and Pumpkin Seed Salad

I love to make this salad ready for when you come home for Yom Tov dairy lunch in the sukkah.

Keeping Food Safe From Farm To Fork

How can you be sure that bacteria are not festering in your food? Dangerous pathogens like Salmonella, E. coli, Listeria and chemical contaminants are responsible for more than 76 million food-borne illnesses a year in the U.S., according to the Center for Disease Control. Bacteria, viruses and toxins thrive on food that is undercooked, inadequately refrigerated or prepared in places where hygiene standards are lax. One Israeli company, however, hopes to make your food safe from the farm to your fork.

Shavuot/Spring Wines

The weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer - spring is in the air and Shavuot is almost here! The warm weather and dairy Shavuot meals provide the perfect excuse to pop the corks on the newest vintage of white and rosé wines.

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