How to Make Hummus and More Grilling Tips

It is not every day that I get this excited about sharing a recipe. There is so much that I want to share but most of it gets put aside in my mind while I change another exploding diaper or save a restless child from trying to put a sharp shiny object in its mouth. Life is just like that right now. And then there … Continue reading How to Make Hummus and More Grilling Tips

The New Food Processor Bible and Rosh Hashana

Rosh Hashana is one of my favorite Jewish holidays. Literally, translated into the “head of the new year”, it is the Jewish new year. Now if you know me, then you know that my posts are far from kosher I eat everything and anything around but when it comes to tradition it is a different story, I love tradition and culture and love the holidays … Continue reading The New Food Processor Bible and Rosh Hashana

Quinoa and Corn Summer Salad

The corn at the market was yelling “Keren, rescue me! Take me Home!” I couldn’t look away. I took it home and experimented with some flavors. This is the salad that saved the corn. I just couldn’t stop eating it! Quinoa and Corn Summer Salad 2 cups of cooked quinoa (just cook according to package directions) 2 ears of corn 1 onion (diced) 1 jalapeno … Continue reading Quinoa and Corn Summer Salad

Spinach Strawberry Salad

love munching on spinach. My husband needs a little convincing when it comes to leafy greens. I make this salad for him all the time. Then we end up fighting over who gets more. Ingredients: Spinach Mizithra (a light salty Greek cheese) grated finely any salty cheese tastes great such as ricotta salata or feta Sliced Strawberries Sliced pecans or other nuts (This time I … Continue reading Spinach Strawberry Salad

Passover Cooking Recipes

I am busy getting ready for Passover this year and I thought I would pop in to tell you about my favorite Passover Recipe of all time. (I am sorry if you read about these last year but I am so in love with them!) The sweet and sour meatballs! These are the quickest, easiest and sweetest meatballs around. They are perfect to make ahead … Continue reading Passover Cooking Recipes

Tomato Basil Soup with Yams

The contest is over and there is a winner. More details very soon… For now, a soup recipe! Tomato Basil Soup with Yams This is a recipe for tomato basil soup with yams. The yams make it extra creamy and less tomato- like. The texture and combination of flavors make it irresistible. 3 tablespoons of oil 20 grams of butter 1 onion ( diced) 3 … Continue reading Tomato Basil Soup with Yams