Recipe made by: Avichai Ozur Bass Based on Ozlem’s Turkish table (http://ozlemsturkishtable.com/2012/02/simit-sesame-encrusted-bread-rings/) Simit, pronounced “see- meet,” is a Turkish bread which is essentially a lighter, fluffier cross between a bagel and a soft pretzel. In Turkey and some former parts of the Ottoman empire, they’re sold on every street corner, and they’re what you buy … Continue reading A Turkish delight (this recipe is not for Turkish delight)
Recipe made by: David Solkowitz Ingredients: 2-5 zucchini, barilla sauce, salt. You can also purchase ready-to-go zucchini noodles at the store. Step one- instrument of choice. There's several ways to get the zucchini into noodle form. One way, that I prefer, is a handheld spiralizer. You can also use a regular spiralizer, a julienne peeler, … Continue reading Zoodles
Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr Today, practically everything is available in grocery stores. I can confidently say that there are articles about this phenomenon which are way more exhaustive than anything I could write, as well as lists detailing the most absurd of these ready-made products. However, I am going to discuss one major category … Continue reading Soy Gevalt
Recipe inspired by: http://www.cookinglight.com/food/vegetarian/sweet-potato-quiche-crust Recipe made by: Miranda Kalish, Robbie Shorr Eggs are perhaps the most versatile food out there. Owing to their unique biochemical structure, they can be used in sauces, cakes, meringues, meatloafs, and fry-batters. And of course, they can be made for breakfast in a plethora of styles. However, this last option of breakfast, so … Continue reading You wanna quiche of me?!
Recipe made by: Miranda Kalish, Robbie Shorr As mentioned a few posts ago, Miranda and I decided to make a Shabbat dinner in my apartment. However, without a hotplate at our disposal, we were left wondering how to make sure the main course stayed hot. Then we remembered that I had a criminally-underused slow cooker which would be … Continue reading Chicken and peppers and onions, oh my!
Recipe inspired by: http://www.food.com/recipe/easy-crock-pot-moroccan-chicken-chickpea-and-apricot-tagine-137530 Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr Rice has always been a burden to me. As far as starches go, I'd almost always rather make a sweet potato with dinner, and this is not as much an issue of taste as it is of convenience. To make a sweet potato, all I've got to … Continue reading Tagine, or not Tagine? That is the question
Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr It's almost Pesach, and you know what that means... time to find creative ways to use Chametz! Technically speaking this is a creative way to use Kitniyot, but the gist is still the same. I had a jumbo size jar of honey roasted peanuts that I had been slowly but surely … Continue reading The peanut gallery