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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Butternut Squash Soup

One Sunday morning, I had nothing major on the agenda, and wanted to feel productive. I had a butternut squash staring at me from the kitchen counter and knew just what to do. Butternut squash soup is always a crowd pleaser for my crew. I looked around to see what else I had to add, I found a sweet potato, an onion and a few baby carrots from the fridge. I guess you could call

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Pulled Beef Tarts

Wow, this is a simple recipe that gets its miles worth. It literally takes minutes to make and prepare. The Jack’s Pulled Beef is a great product for an appitzer  and add Bets Select’s Tart Shells, a product usually reserved for sweet desserts. The finished product is a sweet and savory appitzer that is perfect for any occaion Enjoy! Pulled Beef Tarts Print Recipe Servings 6 Servings Cook Time 20 minutes Servings 6 Servings Cook

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Bourbon Balls

I hoard food magazines. Every week, I love reading interesting recipes from across the globe and see how I can replicate it in my own kitchen. Sometimes it is a challenge to convert those recipes to kosher, but other times, it can be done easily. So in comes Purim, a time people enjoy baking to align with their themes and bake traditional Purim foods! I am tired of the traditional rum balls, hamentashen etc. so

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