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More Cocktails and Bar Snacks

 

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Caribbean cocktails are so much fun and here are some more ways to drink and eat this Summer.


 

Be a Trendsetter with Salad Platters *Giveaway*

 

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Tell us which one you like.  Serving salad on platters is trending and we have hopped on the bandwagon.  These are a few of our favorites, what about yours?


 

Learn to Stack a Cake

 

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This month in the magazine, Jamie shares her tips and tricks for cake decorating and here Melinda shows you how to stack a cake with step by step photos for beginners.


 

Grilled Desserts

 

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Grilling fruit has become popular recently and once you try it you will know why.  In this issue of the magazine we pair grilled plums with grilled pound cake but you can see here that pineapple, peaches and mango are all amazing on the grill.  Don’t worry chocolate lovers, we have not left you out.  Whether for July 4th or any other BBQ day, these desserts will keep you out of the kitchen and enjoying the Summer.

 


 

Making Dairy Healthy This Shavuot

 

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Holidays bring family and friends together to celebrate traditions while socializing, eating, and drinking. But with so many people struggling to maintain a healthy body weight, it is important to balance holiday meals with healthy nutrition. The essential thing to remember is that it is a “holi-DAY,” not a “holi-WEEK.” If you indulge a little bit more than you would on an average day, do NOT let it affect your whole week.

When I think of Shavuot, I think of gooey cheese blintzes, creamy cheesecake and other high-calorie dairy dishes. But it doesn’t have to be that way… Don’t get me wrong; dairy is not the devil! In fact, many dairy products are high in calcium, which is critical for good bone health. Still, high-fat dairy products contain excessive amounts of calories, cholesterol, and saturated fat that we are better off limiting. In fact, diets rich in high-fat dairy products are linked to chronic diseases including cardiovascular disease and diabetes.


 

The Best French Toast Recipes

 

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A few years ago, when my two oldest grandchildren were still toddlers and were visiting for a few days, they asked for French Toast for breakfast.

Unfortunately it was Passover.


 

The Best Thing I Ever Ate Series

 

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Don’t miss out on the Best!!!  We all share our best recipes with you…


 

Over 40 Cheesecake Recipes to Choose From

 

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Browse through our collection and find a new favorite for this year including No Bake Cheesecakes.


 

Make Your Own Greek Yogurt

 

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Going to set up Shifra’s yogurt bar for Shavuot or Mother’s Day? Make your own Greek Yogurt to save some money and get it just right.


 

Summer Salads

 

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Get more Summer Salad recipes from Jamie Geller, these salad can eat like a meal.


 

Dairy Shavuot Guide

 

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Check out all our articles, menus and recipes for your Shavuot meal planning. Who is excited for dairy?


 

Mother’s Day Ideas

 

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Don’t forget Mother’s Day!  Give mom (or yourself) a break before the big Shavuot cooking frenzy and get Dad in the kitchen.


 

Edible 10 Plagues

 

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I was talking to a friend about a some fun new Passover seder ideas and we started to talk about an idea for edible makot or plagues.  What better way to liven things up and have some fun with the kids then to make the ten plagues into edible sweets.  I haven’t quite figured them all out, so I am going to share my list and hope you will chime in, in the comments with your ideas.

Blood – Red Jello


 

Rolled Recipes for Passover

 

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At every holiday meal, there are the “wow” dishes that steal the show and showcase your efforts and talents as the cook. This beautiful dishes offer that perfect pizzazz, using the same minimal ingredients many of us are accustomed to cooking with on Pesach.

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Mashed Potato Beef Roll Ups


 

Spring Salad Recipes For Passover

 

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In this month’s issue of Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller we celebrate Spring with salad.  As all the green starts to come back on the trees so to shouldn’t we bring it back on our plates.  We have lots of fantastic salads on this site actually over 600, but for the purposes of this post we will share a few that are kosher for Passover.  It is interesting to learn how many recipes have mustard in them, you can adapt many of them to work for Passover, but below are 5 salads that celebrate Spring and Passover.

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Shaved Asparagus Salad with Pecorino