Vegetarian Lentil Pate

This unique pate can double as hors d’oeuvres or lunch at the office.  Its base of sautéed onions makes this savory and creamy dish rich and sweet.  It can be served on a flatbread or cracker with a wedge of radish and sprig of dill as garnish, or together with crudité vegetables, but it is equally delicious licked right off the mixing spoon as soon as it is done. The ingredients are gluten free and

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Breakfast for Dinner

Meals in our house are usually simple and always cost effective. I had an extra loaf of bread in the freezer and what seemed like a million dozen eggs in the fridge. So when I made my meal plan for the week, I wanted to incorporate these extras that we had on hand. I decided to make french toast, a family favorite, accompanied by a fruit salad. I used whichever fruit I found at home.

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Cranberry Orange Quinoa Muffins

When baking for Pesach, it is often difficult to create a recipe that has a chametzdig texture. Cookies and cakes are usually too hard or too crumbly, and I have yet to find a muffin that actually tastes and feels like a real muffin! Enter Pereg quinoa flour…… it is very sturdy, really perfect for baking “breads” or muffins. Just a heads up, the flour does have a strong smell and taste, but with the

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Kosher for Pesach Chocolate Dipped Dried Fruit

Do you need a very easy, yet impressive treat to have in your house for Pesach? Well, look no further! All you need are a few containers of your favorite YumTee dried fruit and/or nuts and a bag of California Gourmet Kosher for Pesach chocolate chips.  This recipe is great for all year round too! Kosher for Pesach Chocolate Dipped Dried Fruit Print Recipe Kosher for Pesach Chocolate Dipped Dried Fruit Print Recipe Ingredients 1/2

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Pesach menu

This is my family’s basic pesach menu “guideline” for 2017.  I call this a guideline because I cook most of my menu items the last few days before yom tov starts and freeze it.  Then, erev yom tov I play around in the kitchen adding creative side dishes to the menu because the bulk of the cooking is already done and my creative spirit is free to have fun!  This is when I make colorful

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