we love sushi, and it makes a wonderful appetizer for a summer shabbos meal. but sushi takes time to prepare. this sushi salad is a great way to enjoy the great taste of sushi without all the time and effort required to prepare sushi. adapted from http://kosherfood.about.com/od/koshersaladrecipes/r/sushi-salad.htm by giora shimoni http://kosherfood.about.com/bio/giora-shimoni-17142.htm
anyone who likes smoothies should try almond milk - not just those who are trying to avoid cow's milk. almonds are extremely rich in protein and iron, even more so than red meat (so i've heard). that's why we sometimes call this a "steak shake." it's so y
my husband got this recipe from a former co-worker after she brought the apple cake to a food day. i've made a few adjustments to the recipe and my husband says it's even better than the original (maybe he's just being nice?). either way, every time we'
an easy and quick recipe to saute' any white fish in a pan. i like to freeze the fish fresh wrapped in plastic and put in a zip lock bag. you can put it in the pan frozen and add the pan sauce to it. great as a sandwich on a bagle with homemade tarter s
here's a recipe for a jewish dish which was originally designed to be cooked over a campfire. this stew is a dish typical of the cooking of a group of jews who left russia in the late nineteenth century to form an agricultural community in argentina. some
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