This recipe might be one of my favorite. Seriously. I would pay to have this in a restaurant; and then go back and order it again!
It’s simply addictive and delicious, texturally interesting, protein-packed and su
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Yisro, the purpose of Yetzias Mitzrayim (the Exodus from Egypt) comes to fruition. When Hashem promised Moshe the people would be physically freed from the Egyptian bondage, He further pr
As many people are away this week (not me, but many others!), I thought a new recipe might get lost amidst the travels :)
Hence, for those of us at home, facing the freezing cold… there’s no better time to bake homema
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Beshalach, the Bnei Yisrael miraculously cross the Reed Sea on damp land, witness the Egyptians drowning in the sea waters behind them, sing songs of praise and thanks to G-d for the salvat
This soup was inspired by mushroom barley soup. I wanted something similar, but different. Hence, this dual-colored zucchini soup was born :)
I left it parve, so it can be served with any meal, but it can easily be ma
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Bo, after hundreds of years in Egypt, the Israelites leave their country of bondage, marching to a hopeful future.
With the final three plagues outlined in the parsha - arbeh/locusts, ch
Salads add both health and wealth (I liked the rhyme!) to our tables. Pleasing and appealing, healthy and filling, tasty and satisfying, they add color, crunch and freshness to any meal.
With endless possibilities, ther
I love coming up with new muffin recipes, and this one is no exception. Both my family, and the women at parsha class, enjoyed them very much, and I’m sure you will too!
As with all my muffins, they are super easy to
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Shemos, a new chapter in the long history of our people commences. While the book of Bereishis focused on the individual and personal lives of our founding fathers and mothers - their bar