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Citrus-Cured Salmon Avocado Tartare

Citrus-Cured Salmon Avocado Tartare

Served spooned on thin slices of English cucumber or red radish, this recipe makes for a refreshing appetizer or hors d’oeuvre.  Simple to prepare, but extraordinary to savor.

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Stuffed Dates with Goat Cheese

Stuffed Dates with Goat Cheese

A sweet hors d’oeuvre with tart goat cheese and a touch of honey.  Be sure to use Medjool dates whose caramel tones and substantial size are ideal for stuffing. (photograph...

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Basic Passover Sponge Cake

Basic Passover Sponge Cake

1 basic sponge cake, 3 amazing variations. This recipe yields 3 (9-inch) round cakes, so you can make an assortment of cakes for Pesach in one shot.

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Almond Crunch Topping

Almond Crunch Topping

For use on a variety of desserts

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One last taste of Maror...

One last taste of Maror…

Admit it.  Right about now you are cleaning out your refrigerator post-Passover and trying to make sense of the identity crisis going on inside.  Pesach food intermingled with a new influx of chometz.  And then you stumble onto the leftover horseradish from the Seder.  You cried bitter tears over being enslaved in Egypt or more […]

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DIY Turkey Roulades

DIY Turkey Roulades

I know, I know…BIG whole roasted turkeys are what Thanksgiving dreams are made of (and holiday movies too).  But to be honest, I just don’t want to commit my oven space for that many hours, with every other dish revolving around the holy turkey’s high-maintenance cooking schedule.  Also, I hate cleaning that bird.  It is […]

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It's All in the Wrist...

It’s All in the Wrist…

The holiday of Shavuot (my favorite dairy time of year!) is just a few days away and it is not too late to to brush up on crepe-making techniques…cuz’ if you are going to spend the time trying to make them, you might as well be happy with how they come out! It’s that  subtle […]

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A Great Cure

A Great Cure

With Pesach just around the corner, many students and friends ask me for advice on how to organize and streamline holiday cooking and kitchen preparations at this time of year.  Finding versatile recipes which yield a large quantity and can be made in advance easily becomes number one in the pecking order for holiday cooking.  […]

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