Winter Blues Begone

Winter Blues Begone

When I’m feeling blue all I want to do is take out my essential oils and make myself sunny happy again.   I’m sitting here on a gloomy day, thinkin...

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The 75% Fat Free Latke

The 75% Fat Free Latke

I have a little secret, and I will share it with you today.  The secret to making yummy 75% fat free latkes is to add a little bit of the green stu...

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Quinoa Corn Chowder

Quinoa Corn Chowder

This delicious corn chowder is definitely a crowd pleaser. It can be served as a soup or it is filling enough to be a light meal. It is adaptabl...

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Carrot and Hiziki Stir Fry

Carrot and Hiziki Stir Fry

This stir fry was inspired by Channah who was concerned about eating her dark green leafy veggies. As we all know the absolute most important food ...

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You Are What You Eat

You Are What You Eat

Judaism, perhaps more than any other religion, upholds the concept of “you are what you eat”.  Judaic law deals with even the most minute aspects o...

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Stuffed Acorn Squash

Stuffed Acorn Squash

The deep orange and green colors of the acorn squash remind us of the autumn leaves.  This is a great dish to serve at a Thanksgiving dinner, eithe...

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Sniffin' the Snuff

Sniffin' the Snuff

Remember the snuff?  Some older gentleman would walk around the men’s section, late afternoon on Yom Kippur, passing around the snuff. Sometimes on...

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Caviar d' Aubergines

Caviar d' Aubergines

Caviar d’Aubergines, or in simple English, Grilled Eggplant, is a rather uncomplicated and inexpensive dish.  None- the-less, it has received this ...

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Fasting Made Easy

Fasting Made Easy

Yom Kippur is approaching and we are preparing for this wonderous day through a process of spiritual awareness and cleansing.   On Yom Kippur...

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Coconut Polenta

Coconut Polenta

I often get asked, how I come up with new recipes every week.  The answer is that I find inspiration all over the place.  I also think I must dream...

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