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Hiatus

Hello faithful fans and followers of Kosher Kollege, Kosher Kollege will be going on hiatus in order to undergo some website redesigns. I can confidently say that Kosher Kollege will be back soon, and that it will be better than ever. Thank you for sticking with KK through everything!

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(Loft)House party!

Recipe inspired by: http://www.sprinkleonsunshine.com/2014/07/vegan-lofthouse-stylfrosted-sugar.html Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr, Jen Greenberg Around this time of year, many grocery stores will begin carrying seasonal items for the holidays. This is the time of year when pumpkin spice turns to peppermint (a drastic turn for the worse, if you ask me) and egg nog rears its ugly (controversial, … Continue reading (Loft)House party!

Pe-CAN-do attitude

Recipe inspired by: https://koshercollege.wordpress.com/2017/09/10/when-life-gives-you-lemons-make-lemon-blueberry-loaf-cake/  Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr There are many things that make Kosher Kollege unique. However, there are three features in particular that stand above the rest: The bios (https://koshercollege.wordpress.com/contributors/) The punny titles The "What I would do differently if I made this recipe again" section The quite-literally-exceptional photography is a close fourth. … Continue reading Pe-CAN-do attitude

Easy Peasy Pancakes

Recipe inspired by: http://www.cooks.com/rec/doc/prt/0,1741,147184-244203,00.html Recipe made by: David Solkowitz Who doesn’t enjoy a pancake breakfast? And sure, while you can use a mix, it’s more fun and just as simple to go from scratch. It’s also cheaper in the long run. I made this recipe at the religious school I work at, Mercaz Aliyah at Temple … Continue reading Easy Peasy Pancakes

Eggplant: Definitely not an egg, maybe a plant

Recipe inspired by: http://cultureatz.com/a-sneak-peek-at-the-edible-mosaic-cookbook-fried-eggplant-with-garlic-and-parsley-dressing/  Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr Recently on KK I mentioned the phenomenon of the food that you always order in a restaurant but never make yourself. For me, this is most definitely true of eggplant. I love it in all its forms, from eggplant parm to baba ganoush, and always order it … Continue reading Eggplant: Definitely not an egg, maybe a plant