Dinner is Done! December 2020

Since its inception, fans have turned to Leah Schapira, Victoria Dwek, Renee Muller, Esti Waldman, and Shaindy Menzer, the women behind Between, for the easy, practical recipes that simply work with their lives. Now, in their new cookbook, Dinner Done, the team brings you 150+ quick-to-prepare, family-friendly dishes that you’ll turn to over and Read More »

Kale Caesar Salad December 2020

Before heading to the city for a recent dental appointment for my daughter, I stopped by a local store to grab some salads for lunch. With many different salad options, I called my daughter at home to see which one she would like. I told her there was romaine, iceberg, kale, and arugula salads. Unsure Read More »

By Adina Yaakov

Once Upon A Thyme Cereal-Topped Baked Doughnuts November 2020

Homemade doughnuts are usually a time consuming project, but these baked doughnuts topped with colorful cereal are super simple to whip up. All you need are a couple of mixing bowls, a whisk, and a doughnut pan. If you don’t own a doughnut pan, you need to get one ASAP. Using a doughnut pan means Read More »

By Adina Yaakov

Stealthy Tricks for Healthy Eating November 2020

SCENARIO ONE: Savory aromas of perfectly cooked gourmet food fill the air. The table is neatly set and the family is presented with a balanced, healthy meal of brown rice, steamed spinach, and seasoned chicken breast with a light side salad. Yet the mood quickly turns sour as one child suspiciously eyes the food announcing, Read More »

By Chaya Steinman

ONCE UPON A THYME Shakshuka November 2020

I'd love to tell you that to make this Shakshuka, you can bust open a jar of tomato sauce, heat it in a pan, and crack some raw eggs inside and call it a day. While some may choose to do the latter, tomato sauce made from scratch is entirely unparalleled. The piquant blend of Read More »

By Adina Yaakov

The Kid-Approved Healthyish No Mixer Oatmeal Cookie (Egg Free) October 2020

This is a kid-favorite breakfast treat (And guess what moms of allergic kids - there also happens to be no eggs or nuts!). All it takes is one bowl and about six minutes. Everyone loves Quaker oatmeal cookies, but with a couple of sticks of margarine and the need to take out a mixer, we Read More »

Once Upon A Thyme Beef Wonton Soup October 2020

Serves 6 Served in a hearty broth, these wontons are filled with savory, melt-in-your mouth succulent beef and aromatic fresh ginger. Folded wontons may look laborious, but they’re actually quite easy and fun. If you can fold samboosak, you can certainly fold a wonton. But if pleating your food sounds too complicated for you, simply Read More »

By Adina Yaakov

Mock Ribs August 2020

Rather than preparing ribs, you can use a brick or French roast, cut into rib-like cubes so they have the appearance of short ribs on the plate or in the serving dish. You’ll get more meat for the money, but then there’s no roast to slice! Everyone just takes a large “rib” or two. This Read More »

Once Upon A Thyme Poke Bowl July 2020

A P​oke Bowl is a dish based on raw marinated fish and layered with a satisfying serving of sticky rice and multiple colorful toppings. It is pronounced as ​poh-KAY – which means  “to slice or cut” in Hawaiian. Although Poke bowls are typically made with high quality, sushi grade raw tuna or salmon, it can Read More »

By Adina Yaakov

KIDS COOKING with Chef Shiri June 2020

Kids - See if you have what it takes to become a Junior Chef!   Adult Supervision Required. Utensils Needed: Baking sheet Wax paper Wooden skewers Plates Microwave-safe glass bowl Spoon Ingredients: Sprinkles and/or toppings of choice 1½ cups dairy-free semisweet chocolate chips 2 teaspoons coconut oil 4 whole apples There are over 7,500 different types Read More »

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