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  • Food, Travel


    We first discovered Paella on a trip to Spain in 2013. You can see me here enjoying salmon paella, although it may have been the wine that I was so happy about.…

  • Food

    Chicken Pot Pies

    Pie is intimidating. Either it’s a ton of work, you’re concerned about a soggy bottom, or both. That’s why I’m a big fan of crumble, and of this recipe, too. In my youth,…

  • Food

    My Favorite New Chicken

    I found this recipe shortly after we welcomed little Eitan. Needless to say, we now have it every Shabbat. It is incredibly easy, only uses one pot, and is a whole meal,…

  • Food

    Turkey Shepard’s Pie

    With kosher ground turkey readily available at our local Sudbury Farms, I took some time researching recipes other than turkey burgers. This recipe was one of those finds. Keep in mind that while it…

  • Food

    Moroccan Meatball Tagine

    In an effort to cut down on our beef consumption after reading “Kosher USA”, a culinary history book, I adapted this recipe for turkey from the kosher cookbook “Entrée to Judaism”. The…

  • DIY

    Divide and Conquer the Kitchen

    When we purchased our new home, one thing was certain: it would be many years before we even attempted a kitchen renovation. Before moving in, the two of us performed as much…

  • Food

    Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic

    Hannah found this current obsession in the New York Times. Although it was difficult to find kosher vermouth, the recipe is easy and foolproof. However, beware if you don’t like lots of…

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