September 4, 2015 / 20th of Elul, 5775
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  • Schmaltz_large
    Chicken is a polarizing protein. Some people love its flavor and convenience. Others only eat it because it’s healthier and less expensive than other meats. I fall squarely into the former category. I’ve been a huge fan of chicken for as long as I can remember. It probably has... Read More
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  • Rachel_packer
    Hello to all of those who are celebrating the eight days of affliction…sorry, I mean Passover. As most of you know, Passover is my least favorite holiday because of all the food restrictions in our house.  There’s egg and nut allergies which we all know are the cornerstone of... Read More
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  • Matzahball-soup_large
    Please note that these "matzah" balls take 2-4 hours to make. Please plan accordingly. 4 eggs ½ teaspoon kosher salt ¼ teaspoon pepper 2 cups blanched almond flour, sifted 6 cups chicken stock 2 cups sliced carrots 1 cup chopped parsnips Large bunch... Read More
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  • Healthy_passover_large
    Let me preface this review by giving points for degree of difficulty. Cooking anything for Passover, let alone something healthy, is as hard as herding cats, or putting a plate of cookies in front of a five-year-old (or my husband) and telling them “not to touch.” There seem to be two... Read More
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      ** Specialty provisions is taking orders for Passover meats & product ** Split a case with a friend or neighbor and save big $ while supplies last!       We also accept EBT, Quest [Food-Stamps]. *** Please visit our website and order online @ ... Read More
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    Have you noticed that charoset is typically one of the most popular foods at seders? Traditionally the dish is a mix of chopped apples, grape juice or wine, sugar and nuts, and is meant to recall the mortar with which the Israelites bonded bricks when they were slaves in... Read More
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  • Matzah-brei_large
    Passover is around the corner. In the food department, you know what that means. Carbs. Eggs. Seder mints. Fruit slices. Potato flour. Horseradish. Macaroons. Fake cereal. Ready yet? Even if you don’t go hard-core and clean out the chametz with a feather, odds are you’re going to... Read More
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    1 large roasting hen (~6  pounds), giblets removed 7-8 sprigs of thyme 2 whole lemons ¼ cup olive oil Kosher salt Pepper Preheat the oven to 425 degreesWash and dry the bird and place breast side up on a rack in a roasting pan.In a bowl combine olive oil with zest from one... Read More
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  • Matzah_large
    Shopping for Passover can be tricky. Depending on how strictly you’re adhering to the specific rules about what’s kosher for Passover, you may need to make trips to multiple stores to get everything you need. If kosher specialty stores are on your itinerary, avoid the crowds by... Read More
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  • 09_11_4---carrots_web
      2 pounds of baby carrots or carrot sticks 3 table spoons of olive oil 3/4 cup chopped fresh dill Boil a pot of water. Place carrots in for 5 minutes (par-boil or partially boil). Heat olive oil over medium heat in a skillet. Add the carrots. Stir so they are coated in olive oil... Read More
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