Popinsanity

You have probably seen Popinsanity on your grocery store shelves- thinking to yourself “hhmm that looks good”, but then you just walk on and buy the things on your list. Well let me tell you, I did the same thing! Until one day I finally caved and got some. Popinsanity (for those who don’t know) is Artisanal Popcorn. They hand craft small batches of 13 glorious flavors. I had the chance to taste Cinnamon Swirl,

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Tomato Arugula Salad

This is one of my favorite salads.  The dark green arugula provides a clean, peppery taste and perfectly complements the refreshing juiciness of sliced beefsteak tomatoes. Sliced scallions sprinkled on top of the tomatoes give a great color contrast and add in a welcome mild, green sharpness. I serve this salad on a long rectangular white platter which makes the gorgeous colors pop, and its enticing elegance really speaks for itself.  I hope you enjoy!

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The Reuben

The Reuben sandwich is an American hot sandwich composed of corned beef, sauerkraut, and Russian dressing, grilled between slices of rye. The origin of this sandwich? No one really knows, and I truly do not care because the end result ….it is delicious! The House of Dog  in Florida came up with this variation of using a hotdog, instead of pure deli which was featured in Everyday Secret Restaurant Recipes by Leah Schapira & Victoria

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Fay’s Potato Kugel

After many years of trying numerous potato kugel recipes, I found that this recipe is simply the best. Fay’s Potato Kugel Print Recipe Servings Prep Time 12 people 15 minutes Cook Time 60 minutes Servings Prep Time 12 people 15 minutes Cook Time 60 minutes Fay’s Potato Kugel Print Recipe Servings Prep Time 12 people 15 minutes Cook Time 60 minutes Servings Prep Time 12 people 15 minutes Cook Time 60 minutes Ingredients 5 Lbs

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Whole Wheat Challah

This is my tried-and-true, favorite challah recipe. I always get asked if it is 50/50 whole wheat with white wheat flour because it is light in color and texture. My trick is to sift the whole wheat flour to remove any grittiness. I usually make this with an “everything” topping–a mixture of poppy seeds, sesame seeds, sea salt, dried minced onion and dried minced garlic. Whole Wheat Challah Print Recipe Servings Prep Time 8 People

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