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
Recipe inspired by: https://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/browse-all-recipes/pan-roasted-chicken-lemon-garlic-green-beans Recipe made by: Reuben Cohen, Robbie Shorr Reuben Cohen's past contributions to Kosher Kollege have been remote, but to my great joy he was able to stop by and make a delicious meal with me. And this meal, which Reuben found on lifestyle website realsimple.com, is just as simple as it is delicious. … Continue reading Lemony chicken’s series of uncomplicated roasting
There, half of them get eaten by Ellen and Miranda, and half of them cryogenically frozen. Recipe adapted from: http://www.bowlofdelicious.com/2014/03/22/spinach-and-mushroom-vegetarian-lasagna/ The absolute best part of living off campus is having your own kitchen, especially your own freezer. The freezer is where every food becomes immortal, able to be defrosted and reheated any time for a … Continue reading Two Lasagnas Walk into an Apartment…
Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr For a while now I had wanted to make chicken pot pie. However, I was slowly coming to the realization that it just wasn't feasible. Most pot pie recipes call for a complex array of different cooking steps, and the sauce and pie crust usually require dairy. The thought of drastically simplifying … Continue reading Chicken pot pasta
Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr We've all heard it before: America is a melting pot. Luckily for us, this idea rings true in the culinary realm as well. On any given city street in the US you can find a French, Chinese, Italian, Argentinian, Japanese, or Lebanese restaurant. Of course, such a diversity of delicious food … Continue reading Star, stripes, and stir-fry