It's nice to step back and appreciate the mitzvah in a fresh and minimalist way.
Lest you think that this entire book is about decadent recipes that will wreak havoc with your diet, there are plenty of offerings to make even your nutritionist smile.
Half the people you ask want something substantial and homemade that they can eat for lunch, and half the people want candy, because it’s shelf stable, and, no offense, certified kosher.
Another thing that really makes me nuts is when mishloach manos comes arranged in a lovely bowl or container, which then gets totally destroyed when you try to remove its contents.
I remember names and I remember people but never the train shall meet.
Drawing on her own years of experience in the food business, she worked on balancing flavors and textures, coming up with two different products that bear her name and work equally well as a recipe component or just mixed with water.
Since when do magnets make noise?
But it’s not just the siddur. All books in Israeli schools are to be revered…. and covered.
With so many great recipes paired and stunning pictures you may just find yourself tempted to lick the pages of ESSR.
In a world where it seems as if some cookbook authors deliberately go looking for obscure ingredients that none of us own, Mia Adler Ozair’s Cook, Pray, Eat Kosher is a breath of fresh air.
I can’t forget how excited I was when the newspaper came and I smashed my silly putty onto the comics and slowly rolled it back to see the picture on my Silly Putty.
They were holy missions, meant to better the world.
A quick look at margarine-less chocolate chip cookies offers a good look at what Pascal and Overtime Cook are all about.
Our own contemporary Chanukah battle has become one of saving Chanukah from American culture.
To me, nothing is more magical than stepping off a plane in the middle of the winter and finding myself someplace sunny, with a suitcase full of warm weather essentials.