Thursday, October 23, 2014

Pumpkin Spice Latte - Easy

Just about everywhere you turn this October, just about every post on just about every blog has a recipe using pumpkin.  It's like, if a recipe was perfectly fine before, toss in some pumpkin and call it brand new. Pumpkin soup.  Pumpkin Oreos.  Pumpkin oatmeal. 

So I give up and stirred pumpkin into an otherwise fine and dandy dessert drink.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Spinach Dip - Easy

If you have frozen spinach taking up space in your freezer, you have the base for an easy awesome dip that can be practically thrown together up to two days before your company shows up. 

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Israeli Couscous with Mushrooms and Onions

My local Try-n-Save has a kosher appy section, with assorted middle-eastern sidedish-type items such as eggplant in tomato sauce, "health salad" (a combination of essentially a Cole slaw mixture marinated in vinegar and spices, which tastes better than it sounds) and kasha varniskes (buckwheat groats with bow tie noodles and onions ... one year I'll post the recipe). It also has my favorite: couscous with mushrooms and onions.

Monday, October 6, 2014

Moroccan Meatballs in Pomegranate Sauce

While surfing the 'net for new food ideas to serve in the sukkah, I fell over a Moroccan-style meatball recipe.   It was made with  ground lamb and the usual herbs and spices, but the accompanying sauce, made with pomegranate molasses, looked amazing! 

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Honey Cookies for a Sweet New Year

Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, is celebrated with attending services, followed by large festive meals shared with friends and family.  One tradition is to eat foods made with honey, to represent a sweet new year.
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