'Pesach Panic' is such a common ailment that it should be recognized as a health condition and covered by the kuppat cholim.
I don't have the authority to write concerned cooks a script for tranquilizers, but I can help ease fears that your entire family will starve during the Pesach week, by providing you with weekly Pesach inspiration beginning today.
From now until the end of chag, the Meatland weekly newsletter will feature must-make kitniyot-free recipes so good, tha
Don't be fooled by the title 'London Broil' as it's almost always Americans, and certainly not Londoners, who favor this particular cut.
It's about time everyone learns to recognize its many attributes, and to acknowledge that there really IS choices other than brisket, hard as this may be to believe.
The term 'London Broil' doesn't actually describe a certain type of meat - though it's usually flank or top round roast - and instead it refers to a specific preparation me
We all have those tight-lipped 'friends' who refuse to divulge a requested recipe or, worse yet, grudgingly share but 'accidentally' omit a few, crucial ingredients.
My first thought when I tasted this sublime salad at a recent potluck dinner was that I fervently hoped it hadn't been contributed by one of these closed-mouth cooks.
How grateful I was to discover that this dish had been made by my friend Sydelle, who is undoubtedly one of the most generous-spirited people I
My grandmother lived in the era before Facebook and Pinterest when secret, family recipes remained exactly that.
I admit I wasn't at all perturbed that my gran's leather-like brisket and oily chicken recipes were likely to be forever lost - real cooking was never her forte - but I was determined that her famous, jeweled, cornflake cookies would be enjoyed for generations to come.
With this in mind, I borrowed an old typewriter as a teenager, and painstakingly tapped out
Confession....I have serious trust issues with local fish.
After one bad 'Nile Perch' experience too many, I've sworn off the foreign fish with unpronounceable names that eye-ball me from the fish counter, and am prepared to cook only Norwegian salmon or South African hake instead
Norwegian salmon's virtues are well known, but anyone unfamiliar with South African hake is urged to try it, as it makes a delicious, cost-effective alternative.
Made up of 100% fish - other f