Too many favorites. But if I could have only one vegetable, cooked only one way, for the rest of my life it would have to be roasted brussel sprouts with just salt and pepper.
That's our favorite and would be perfect but they don't allow food inside and close at 6 :(
Really enjoyed this article, excellent view of the show!
My mouth. And I'm guessing someone here has a kid that has a better place they last put a thermometer.
Just basil, please.
I love that you noted parve recipes, thank you!
Porges is my husband's absolute favorite, but my father is a Chiffon's fan from his childhood. Zomick's is what I consider my crappy, guilty-pleasure challah. It's so good but nowhere near the quality of the real bakeries. I'm so glad you wrote about these great Jewish, Brooklyn-based bakeries!
Go to Pomegranate, an all kosher "high-end" store. They have almost everything you can find kosher and great (and expensive) meat, cheese and specialty produce items. And all the foods made on premises are fantastic and always fresh.
Everything I thought of I pretty much already do. Pasta, check, tomato sauce, check. I have tried to make mayo twice now and both times it failed. So I guess a repeat of mayo.
Thanks for all the suggestions, although the comments saying that it's not as good as it used to be is a little disheartening. I'm thinking of going with some chocolate pudding and/or chocolate chip cookies. Still don't know what to do with my cocoa powder, but I'm sure I'll find some good uses :)
@cmtigger, I bought a bar of 62% cacoa and cocoa powder.
This is basically the same problem with eating kosher. I could make that recipe, but wait there's bacon in it, or wait there's chicken stock or just a teeny slice of cheese etc. etc. It's always that one small thing that makes it inedible to those following a strict diet. Mostly every recipe that I read that is not designed to be kosher has conflicting ingredients for my diet and I'm always finding new ways to reinvent things to become kosher.
My husband. Especially because he gives the best compliments and LOVES everything I make :)
Looks great, but I want to know about the beans! How do you make them?
That was a beautiful article written for your aunt and from it I think I can see what you and your family will be missing.
Has to be a regular baguette. Yum.
Is the apple cider vinegar for flavor is it necessary to use that kind of vinegar? I personally don't like it, was wondering what other vinegars I could use.
Steak salad with fried onions and mushrooms. Yum.
YES I made a whole meal the other night, all new recipes. spent my time and money slavin over the stovetop, waiting for myhusband to come home. And then I tried everything. In the garbage.
My starter got frothy by day 3 and now seems kind of dead... What am I doing wrong?
Chopped liver. It's not Thanksgiving without chopped liver before the meal, with different crackers while we watch the game :)