Posts Tagged "food"

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Time saving – not really

Us busy mothers use some shortcuts sometimes in order to get good meals on the table. Friday night I was planning to serve a chicken pot pie. It needs pastry. With everything else I was…

Food and Mood

Do you eat more when you are sad or depressed or lonely? Or do you not eat? What food makes you feel better? What food makes you feel worse? Does eating actually improve your mood…

Meatloaf Discussion

Over Pesach I made Pam Reiss’s delicious meatloaf (I would post the recipe here, but I already put the book away with the Pesach stuff….). It was a huge hit – so much so that…

Honesty about food costs

I shouldn’t be surprised by folk any more. Yet I am. A friend of mine had updated her Facebook status yesterday about how gosh darned expensive kosher for Passover food is. A friend of hers…

Passover, a Kosher Collection  (Book Review)

Passover, a Kosher Collection (Book Review)

Passover, a Kosher Collection, by Pam Reiss.   Ever since this book arrived in my mailbox I have looked forward to having the time to just sit down and devour it without disruption. I love…

WWYD – mealtime

My kids go to their dad for dinner one night a week. They are always complaining they never get fed food that they like and it’s always healthy stuff, sometimes vegetarian foods including tofu. (My…

Is there an elf in there?

My refrigerator is once again full of food, ready to cook for Shabbat, and to keep the boychik’s tummies filled for the next few days. Seriously, there is no more room in there for anything….

Enjoy your food

Enjoy your food. What a concept! Food should be tasted before being swallowed. One inhales fragrances and such, not food. Savour it, taste it, enjoy the textures on your tongue before swallowing. Sigh. What the heck…

Food Poll

Help me out here. I am doing a very informal poll amongst those of us who do the shopping, or most of it,  for the family. How much do you spend per person per week…

This Year is Different

For some reason we never did the whole simanim thing at our house over Rosh Hashanna. No head of a fish or sheep on the table,  but we always ate a pomegranate and dipped apple…

Comfort foods

Pursuant to a recent conversation on twitter I bring to you the subject of comfort food. Not the chocolate you stuff your face with when you are depressed, nor the cake you eat when no…