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 »

Drink To Your Health! June 2020

Eat healthy. It sounds so simple, so logical and so good, yet in practice it often eludes us. As Torah Jews, we proudly eschew non-kosher fare, yet when it comes to the directive, “And you shall carefully preserve your lives” (Devarim 4:15), which includes healthful eating, many of us struggle to comply. Why is it Read More »

By Chaya Steinman

A Time-Honored Tradition June 2020

The Origins and Inspiration of Syrian Cuisine Sito’s skillful hands nimbly crinkle the sambusak closed. She smiles at her granddaughter’s attempts and closes her wizened hands over the child’s young fingers and begins to show her yet again the art of the sambusak’s intricate pattern. Our traditional food is interwoven in an exquisite tapestry of Read More »

By A.D. Cohen

The Perfect Make-Ahead Roasted Veggie Salad May 2020

The work is already done - just toss and serve this Roasted Veggie Salad! By Between Carpools   This salad solves two problems. One, it solves the “side dish” problem as roasted vegetables usually need to be roasted fresh and served hot. That’s one item on the menu that can’t be rewarmed. In a salad, Read More »

Passover Allergy Tips and Recipes from The Nut Job Mom April 2020

Labeling and What to Look Out For It’s important to be aware of the current labeling laws in the United States. By law, a company must include on the product’s label if the product’s ingredients include an item containing one of the top eight allergens. The top eight allergens are tree nuts, peanuts, fish, shellfish, Read More »

By Frieda Schweky

Grape Juice Sorbet in Mini Cups April 2020

  This grape juice sorbet is delicious. But so much more genius than that is the packaging! Individual servings, people. This one is all about the individual servings. Make a batch, scoop it into little containers and the sticky, messy part of the treat is behind you. Poof! Keep a 9x13 full of these little Read More »

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