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Kasha Varnishkes Lightened-Up

Kasha varnishkes is a much beloved Ashkenazi comfort food dish. Traditionally made with bow tie pasta, onions, schmaltz and kasha (buckwheat), it is filling, comforting peasant food at its best....

2/22/2017
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Braised Short Ribs with Dried Fruit

This is a slow-cooked wonder that simmers for hours, giving off fragrant, welcoming vapors. It’s the kind of dish that makes everyone look forward to eating what’s in that pot. You can prepare it...

2/8/2017
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Snowman Sushi

OK so I like to play with my food. Is that such a bad thing? I mean, would you look at these cute little guys? Don’t you just want to eat them up?! I don’t know why I can’t just eat regular sushi...

1/25/2017
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Lives In Hummus

As Jalil the Ramle-based hummus restaurateur says in Hummus! The Movie, "Hummus is the beginning, it's not the main dish."


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1/16/2017
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Chinese Love Israeli Mix For Baking Cakes In A Rice Cooker

Israeli dad Ronen Mechanik sent his Chinese friend Piu Piu a photo of the cake he baked for his son’s birthday. Like many young professionals in China, Piu is acquiring a taste for Western-style...

1/12/2017
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Quinoa and Red Lentil Burgers

Quinoa and red lentils cook in the same amount of time, right in the same saucepan, making these burgers super convenient.

1/11/2017
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Quick Quinoa Paella

Paella is a Spanish pilaf traditionally made with white rice and seafood. We’ll do away with the seafood here, of course, and since we’re dispensing with tradition, let’s do away with white rice...

1/11/2017
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Chocolate Chip Mandel Bread

I was the only person in Miss Duckler’s kindergarten class without a sibling. I had wished so long for a sister. But I had also wished on a star for a Baby Alive doll, and that never came true. So...

1/5/2017