Posts Tagged "kosher"

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…

No Mikvah for You!

OK, I am really angry. This has been going around my head for days on end. My friend Shorty is an awesome person. She started becoming more and more observant and is invested into her…

Piros Krumpli (Potatoes with Paprika)

Ingredients 1 large onion diced 2 tablespoons of oil (recipe calls for olive oil but it isn’t necessary) 2-3 tablespoons of Hungarian sweet or smoked paprika 6-8 potatoes cubed Salt How to: Boil potatoes in…

Frozen Bugs – Yum!

Our community up here in Montreal seems to be very machmir when it comes to food and kashrut, I believe.  I have written before about how most families that I associate with up here will…

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…

HSM’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

Honestly, I use Nestle’s toll house choc chip cookie recipe. I just double it. But here it is, pictures and all. Ingredients 2 ¼  cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 1…

Observance of Kashrut and Niddah are equal??!!

I was horrifed at the story told in a comment on my guest post on DovBear’s blog. I was talking with some friends in the community and they mentioned the rabbi was coming to them…

Hadassah’s Chicken Pot Pie

I love to make this recipe with chicken that was cooked in my chicken soup. Yum! There are a couple of my offspring who do not like this dish, so it was renamed in the…

Kosher Kraziness

How is this even fair? I went grocery shopping today and even though I am not watching my weight I noticed the WeightWatcher bread. The one with kosher certification was 5.99 – the loaf without…

How long do YOU wait?

This was a discussion started on twitter by @kvetchingeditor and it has led to an interesting exchange of information. After eating meat we are supposed to wait a certain period of time until we can…