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Kosher Cooking Carnival #49

 

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t’s December and as befits the month that hosts Chanukah and the start of winter,  Kosher Cooking Carinval #49 is all about comfort food and the comfort of food.

Chanukah

The Festival of Lights shines with intensity as Leora tries a new ingredient in Latkes at  Jew Wishes on: Latkes and Hanukkah—Fourth Night; posted at Jew Wishes.

Batya ponders the “lighter side” of the holiday in Low Carb, Low Fat Chanukah. Can it Be Done?; posted at me-ander..

Diner Delights

Gloria Kobrin offers A Nice Simple Meat Loaf.  Perfect for an easy winter dinner!; posted at Kosher Cookbook App.

Our very own Jamie Geller hosts a December 25th Brunch with an Asian Kick that works anytime you have a hankering; posted at the Kosher.com Blog.

Feats of “Dairy-ing-do”

Mimi54 prepares us all for winter with Sometimes The Only Thing To Do Is Make Hot Chocolate; posted at Israeli Kitchen. Really now, what could be better!

Elisson displays a penchant for blintzes and an awesome recipe in CHEESE, LOUISE; posted at Blog d’Elisson.

Treppenwitz seconds the emotion and offers a personal reminiscence with Say Cheese; posted at Treppenwitz.com.

Soups On!

Blessed are the soupmakers (especially when it’s freezing out)!

Leora does a round up of 22 soup recipes in  Soup Beautiful Soup » Here in HP, Highland Park, New Jersey blog; posted at Here in HP.

G6 serves up the n’est plus ultra of winter elixirs in French Onion Soup—The Conclusion; posted at Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.

Desserts

SoccerDad reminds us about the wonder of Cookies; posted at Soccer Dad.

Theo revisits a long forgotten recipe: Della Lutes’ Organic Apple Dowdy Recipe; posted at Organic Test Kitchen.

G6 presents the traditional German spice cake, Lebkuchen; posted at Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner

Win Friends with Salad

Sweet and savory compete in the salad category where Devo K offers Moroccan Eggplant Salad; posted at In the middle, on the right.

And Batya presents Finally, Fruit Salad; posted at me-ander.

Jerusalem Restaurant Roundup

Batya looks into the Best Salad Deal! and the New Menu at Anna Ticho House; both posted at me-ander

Food for Thought

Batya wonders if there Are There Really 613 Seeds in A Pomegranate?, the same as the number of mitsvot in the Torah; posted at me-ander.

Kaitlyn Cole offers 101 Ways to Hack Your College Cafeteria | Online Colleges; posted at Online Colleges.net.

Lisa Taylor considers 10 Common Myths About Eating Disorders; posted at Physical Therapy Assistant Schools.

If you are interested in contributing to the next Kosher Cooking Carnival, click here.

The next KCC will be hosted by me-ander on January 28, 2010!  If you want to host an edition of KCC on your blog, contact Batya.

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10 Responses to Kosher Cooking Carnival #49

  1. avatar says: Batya

    I love your KCC! Thanks so much. I’ll send out a mailing tomorrow, b’ezrat Hashem.

    Batya’s last blog post..7X7=49 Kosher.com ‘s KCC!

  2. avatar says: Leora

    You counted all the soups! And if I add a few more…?

    Thanks for doing a wonderful job of KCC.

    Leora’s last blog post..Favorite Ruby Tuesdays of 2009

  3. avatar says: G6

    Thanks for including me in this awesome effort!
    It looks very comprehensive.
    Thanks to Kosher.com for “getting into the action” :)

    G6′s last blog post..Oh! Nuts – Oh, Wow!

  4. I tried to link my D.H.’s KosherKook blog to your KCC, but I had technical difficulties. Is it too late to try to send you the link?

    Lady-Light’s last blog post..Blacks Women to the Back of the Bus!

  5. Here is the permalink to D.H.’s Chanukah food post: http://kosherkook.blogspot.com/2009/12/amazing-green-latkes.html

    Thank you for your consideration.

    Lady-Light’s last blog post..Blacks Women to the Back of the Bus!

  6. avatar says: Candela

    Es muy importante respetar a quien sigue la tradición Kosher o del kashrut. Creo que está bueno que siempre haya una opción para gente que mantiene sus creencias. Obviamente tiene que ser lo mismo para gente de cualquier religión que tenga sus propios rituales. Por ejemplo, se ofrecen hasta Departamentos kosher que sirven para que la persona que sigue la tradición pueda disfrutar de sus vacaciones sin ningún problema.
    Saludos
    Cande

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