I'm well aware that readers tend to focus their efforts on meaty/parve cooking and delicious dairy is sadly neglected.
For this reason, I rarely share my favorite dairy dishes, difficult though it is to keep these gems to myself.
Fortunately Channukah is coming, candle-lighting hosting is customary, and casual, dairy quiches make the ideal, make-ahead meal.
This gives me the ideal excuse to share the Tuscan Tomato Tart recipe I've been making - and loyally loving - for
If you'd attended my last Shabbat dinner, you'd have thought Thanksgiving had come a week early, as my table was laden was appropriately-themed dishes.
(This is especially ironic considering none of the guests even celebrate this best-loved American holiday.)
Inspired by customers' excitement, not to mention the countless food sites I'm subscribed to, I couldn't help but put the delicious looking ideas into practice.
These perfect pumpkin dinner rolls took first place a
I suspect I have a split-personality.
While I'm the world's best declutterer - 'if in doubt then throw it out' is my personal motto - I simply can't do the same with leftover ingredients.
I regard every item in my refrigerator as a delicious dish just waiting to happen, and make it my personal mission to ensure these abandoned bits 'n pieces reach their full potential.
When I was left with a huge bunch of fresh dill recently - I'll never understand why they sell this go
I'm every produce manager's dream.
While fussy customers carefully sift through supermarket stacks of bananas, selecting only those that are perfectly yellow and blemish-free, I'm the one who happily reaches for the spotted, slightly browning rejects from the pile.
I then hurry home with my stash and, in virtually the time it takes to say 'Ultimate Chocolate Chip Banana Loaf', I have this one-bowl, no-mixer-required favorite stirred up 'n ready to bake.
The moistest, mo