Kosher Tips

 

Salmon Gefilte Fish West Coast Style

 

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Whether you buy it in a jar or make it from scratch, gefilte fish is a Passover staple. West Coast cooks have found a new twist on this old stand-by—salmon!

Gefilte fish,  parve balls of ground up fish, which do not require deboning and thus can be eaten on the Sabbath, are traditionally made with a mixture of pike and whitefish. In many Jewish families, gefilte fish recipes date back to Europe and the shtetl.


 

20 Simple Ways to Reuse Leftovers

 

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One of the easiest ways to cut down on your grocery bill is to view leftovers as ingredients for completely different meals. With a good dose of creativity, you’ll be amazed at the minimal amount of food that will end up in the trash, and at the money you’ll save by utilizing what’s in your fridge.

Many leftovers like cold rice or congealed meat lack culinary appeal. Whether you transform pita with leftover vegetables, pasta sauce and cheese or blend overripe fruit with yogurt, here are 20 tips to make zero-waste meals a part of your life.


 

Shop Smart – 10 Easy Ways to Save Big at the...

 

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Whether you reuse leftovers, efficiently cook with what’s in your pantry or prefer seasonal produce, to really save money, budgeting begins when you grocery shop. Here are ten cardinal rules to help you cut costs before you check-out.

1. Shop Online or Leave the Kids at Home