This fabulous and mouth-watering salad is inspired by one that my sister-in-law recently started making. The salad is so good, it’s addictive! Easy to prepare, healthy and delicious, crunchy and sweet, as well as ple
This is a super easy dish to prepare, the color of the chicken is gorgeous, and the flavor is superb. I recently made it for Shabbos, and used boneless dark meat, skin-on, chicken bottoms (which they call “capon chicke
This is a delicious dish, healthy, full of flavor, carb-free, and a great replacement to the calorie laden traditional cabbage-with-noodles side dish.
I served it with dinner one night last week, and everyone enjoyed it -
My mother gave me this recipe years ago, which a friend had passed along to her years before that. I have since shared the recipe with others, and the feedback is always great.
This is a perfect side dish for an anyti
In honor of the upcoming Yom Tov of Shavuos, where some have a tradition to eat milichigs (dairy foods) at the Yom Tov meals, here is a recipe for delectable, creamy, dreamy, delicious, fluffy, sweet, baked Blintz Soufflé
This is a great, moist and yummy muffin and meets all my requirements: super fast to throw together, satisfyingly delicious, on the healthier and low fat side, freezes perfectly, and delicious with a cup of coffee or a col
Though it’s down to the wire, and most menus are written up, I created this recipe erev Shabbos and had to share it with you. As I am writing this recipe, my family is enjoying the salad (and so am I!). The consensus
With less than a week away to Seder night, we are in the final Pesach countdown…
With so many Yom Tov meals to plan this year, and often many hungry mouths to feed, B”H, this Sushi Salad is a healthy, filling, appetiz
Chodesh tov to all! Nissan is here, and though many have been in “Pesach spirit” since Shushan Purim, it is now, finally, the month of redemption, may it be immediate and in our days.
I know that it’s been quite a
I’ve been baking a lot with oats lately, in the form of muffins and cookies, as one day some months ago, I bought that huge box of oats in Costco, thinking, “I’ll definitely use this up before Pesach!” Well, here