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Slow-Cooker Supper: Chuck Roast

Slow-Cooker Supper: Chuck Roast

My mouth is watering as I write this. Supper has been cooking since 8 o’clock this morning and it smells so good. I have recently started doing social media for KOL Foods – and had…

Rosh Hashana Menus

We’re out for the two day meals, but that still leaves two evening meals to cook for. Here are my menus: Rosh Hashana Night 1 Challah Apples and Honey plus All Simanim Gefilte Fish w/…

HSM is Guest Blogging over on Kosher Eye

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7-11 Hot Dogs – Two (Messy) Thumbs Up

We just returned from 7-11 where we ate supper. Yep. The local 7-11 in Monsey has started selling Glatt Kosher hot dogs for their kosher-keeping consumers. It felt extremely weird to walk into a 7-11…

Disappointment

Well, I was in Montreal, and I just had to have poutine. I haven’t had poutine in close to two years and I dreamed of it, I salivated over the idea of it and finally…

WWYD – Feelings vs Kashrut

A friend was recently visiting relatives who put out some yummies for kiddush Shabbat day. There were cheeses and chocolates, pastries and cakes – the table was groaning under the weight! My friend happened to…

Chicken – it’s what’s for dinner!

Last night’s chicken dinner was awesome. In fact, my 15 year old son said to me, “no offense Ima, but this tastes better than anything you ever made”. Ouch. But that was after he said…

Don’t Touch My Cake!

I have been resting up, and generally not overdoing things (too much) but at some point this afternoon I had a hankering for a piece of the Devils Food Chocolate Cake I had made for…

They need the chicken to change

I don’t want to change. They want my chicken soup to be different. I have made it this way for 17 years. Lots of clear broth and lots of veggies and lots of chicken. They…

Rabbis Sound Alarm Over Eating Disorders

The NY Times ran an article yesterday “Rabbis Sound Alarm Over Eating Disorders” that brings to light the suffering of many young women in the Orthodox world that are suffering from eating disorders.

The YU Cholent Cook Off

On Thursday April 7 2011 YU held its annual Cholent Cook Off where groups of students congregated to demonstrate their cholent-making prowess. Previously, on Wednesday April 6th, they had all convened in Belfer Hall to assemble their cholents, as these dishes need plenty of time to cook. This being YU the teams were all male – and the people assembled in the hall were all mostly male, with a token female here and there.

Chillent

The other week at the KFWE 2011 I met up with my new buddy Alan B of Jack’s Gourmet Sausages (seen in the pic with me and the lovely Jamie Geller). He is a real…