A Behind The Scenes Look at Fireside in Monsey

Showing up in time for dinner service not knowing what to expect. I had made arrangements to meet with Executive Chef Alexander Remer to ask some questions and take some pictures. Little did I know what culinary delights would be awaiting me in the kitchen. I mean, I knew that the food at Fireside was amazing from previous visits, but this time I was treated to a behind the scenes tour. It was a delicious

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Spiked Arnold Palmer

After a long week at work, I craved an alcoholic drink but did not want the complete buzz that I get when drinking straight-up bourbon. This spiked Arnold Palmer provides just that, a nice refreshing drink with a kick. The key to this drink tasting great is to allow the flavors to blend for some time and then serve chilled. Hope you enjoy! Spiked Arnold Palmer Print Recipe Servings Prep Time 10 Servings 5 minutes

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Review of “Perfect for Pesach” by Naomi Nachman

I have been following Naomi on Instagram, and have been getting excited along with her for the release of her much anticipated cookbook “Perfect for Pesach”. So I was so thrilled to find out that Naomi was doing a book signing and demo in Wesley Hills right near me! I arrived a little early like a true fan girl, and even got to help Naomi pick out some groceries she needed for her demo, it

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Review of Duby’s Pesach Lists and *GIVEAWAY*

I started “making Pesach” my third year married, in the way of cleaning and koshering, but not yet making the Sedarim. My first time making the whole Pesach was just a few months after our second child was born 5 years ago, and boy was it overwhelming. I remember very clearly thinking I had it all under control, until the morning of the Seder rolled around and I realized that I didn’t have a zeroah

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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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