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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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Sage Kitchen’s Spiced Israeli Couscous

We love this recipe all year round but it’s never more appropriate than on Tu B’Shvat. The mix of dried fruits and nuts gives a great texture to the couscous but more importantly fulfills a...

2/8/2017
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Sage Kitchen’s Apricot-Fig Jam

This is an easy-to-make recipe that goes a long way: use it to marinate a whole chicken, spread it on a cracker and pair with cheese or just eat it out the jar with a spoon! We use this jam on our...

2/8/2017
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Fresh Figs with Goat Cheese and Honey

On Tu B'Shvat, it is customary to eat foods containing the Seven Species and to bless them. These are wheat, barley, grapes, figs, pomegranates, dates, and olives. Upscale restaurants and caterers...

2/8/2017
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Arugula Salad with Dates and Chevre

Date palms are intrinsic to Sukkot

2/8/2017
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Seven Species Challah

To celebrate tradition this Tu b’Shevat, I created the Seven Species Challah, which includes all seven species, including the two missing from the traditional Tu b’Shevat plate: wheat and barley....

2/6/2017
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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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Cooking with Kids

I grew up in a household with a mom who loved to cook and bake. Fortunately, she never chased us out of the kitchen, which was always more or less an utter balagan, but rather had us help her....


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1/24/2017