This recipe was inspired by the need for a dinner dish that’s different than chicken (made five different ways); and the quest for a dish that’s healthy, filling, low-fat, nutrient-packed, flavorful and delicious all i
By now, most of you (us!) have the yomtov menus planned and the food made. However, if you are looking for a nice - SUPER EASY - and delicious side dish, which will be enjoyed by all, this is it. If you don’t have ti
This beautiful dish elevates humble gefilte fish into a palate-pleasing and visually colorful perfect appetizer. The roasted carrots and parsnip add flavor, sophistication and depth, and complement the fish very well.
For all those of us who love cookies, but don’t have the time to bake batches of cookies, these squares are great. There are super easy to throw together, on the healthier side for a cookie (oil instead of margarine, w
Okay… drumroll please. This is seriously one of the best rice dishes. Ever. It’s super gourmet, yet super easy to throw together. The sautéed carrots and leeks lend gorgeous color to the rice, and all the flavor
This is a gorgeous salad, packed with healthy goodness and unique and delicious flavor combinations. Though it requires a few different steps, none are difficult. The rewards - in presentation, flavor, and health benef
This is both a gorgeous and delicious fish dish. The minimal effort required to squeeze the citrus fruits and extract the fresh juices is well worth it for the final product that results.
The salmon is visually appealin
This is a gorgeous and colorful soup, with a wonderful blend of hearty flavors. I served it for after the Tisha B’Av fast (please G-d, may it be our last day of mourning!!) and it was enjoyed by all - adults and kids a
We were away last Shabbos and we enjoyed this delicious and visually appealing salad at the Shabbos seuda, served by our gracious hostess. It was so good, I even unabashedly asked for the leftovers to go when we left on
This is a delicious, filling, and healthy quiche, which pairs nicely with any dairy meal. I served it with our break-fast meal after Shiva Asar b’Tamuz (may our days of mourning be immediately turned into days of rejoi