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National Butterscotch Brownie Day

 

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May 9th is national butterscotch brownie day, but what is a butterscotch brownie? It all starts with butterscotch a candy made from primarily brown sugar and butter and a few other things.  It is similar to toffee, but it only gets brought to a soft ball stage, meaning a lower temperature so that it doesn’t harden.  It is often turned into a syrup for ice cream.  The term butterscotch is used anytime brown sugar are mixed together, that is why Butterscotch Brownies are often called blondies, because theyare made similar to brownies, but are not brown.  Really they are more like a cookie bar often with added pecans and white chocoalte, but many people like to use milk or dark chocolate chips, really anything goes.  Most blondies we have don’t have that distinctive butterscoth taste, it might be that we use margarine.  To get the real deal we got to use butter today to make the Best Butterscoth Brownie otherwise known as Blondie.


 

Feta Fish Bites

 

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For an easy fish recipe everyone will love, try my delectable Spinach and Feta Fish Bites. They’re  perfect for Shavuot or any time of the year.

This yummy Quick & Kosher recipe uses frozen gefilte fish, which you can find at Kosher.com. Fill your freezer, because pre-seasoned frozen gefilte fish is a really versatile ingredient that will save you lots of time.


 

Jerusalem Artichoke Salad

 

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Jerusalem Artichoke Salad Posted 03/30/2012 by Amy Kritzer

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Irish Soda Bread

 

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Irish Soda Bread Posted 03/12/2012 by Hadassah Sabo Milner
I love slathering a slice of this bread with a thick layer of butter, and some strawberry jam. A purely decadent treat.....

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Crunchy Corn Chicken Fingers

 

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Crunchy Corn Chicken Fingers Posted 03/09/2012 by Sina Mizrahi

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Red Lentil Tacos

 

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Red Lentil Tacos Posted 03/09/2012 by Sina Mizrahi

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Poppy Seed Snaps (or Sesame Seed Snaps)

 

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Poppy Seed Snaps (or Sesame Seed Snaps) Posted 03/01/2012 by Pam Reiss
My grandmother often baked with poppy seeds and she made something very similar to these snaps for Purim. If you’re not a huge fan of poppy seeds or want to try something different, you can substitute sesame seeds or finely chopped, toasted nuts.

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Chocolate Truffles

 

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Chocolate Truffles Posted 03/01/2012 by Pam Reiss
I love the chocolate/orange flavour combination but it’s easy to switch things up if you’d like. Leave the orange zest out and substitute other liqueurs for the Sabra or dissolve 1 Tbsp. of instant coffee in 2 Tbsp. of hot water and use instead of the liqueur.

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Peanut Butter Chocolate Balls

 

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Peanut Butter Chocolate Balls Posted 02/20/2012 by Allaya Fleischer

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Moroccan Chraimi Fish

 

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Moroccan Chraimi Fish Posted 02/17/2012 by Levana Kirschenbaum
Excerpted from my latest cookbook, The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen. Israelis affectionately called this dish chraimi, insisting that’s what Moroccans call it. (Hello! Never heard of the word in Morocco! Something probably got lost in translation . . .) This is precisely the kind of dish where preserved lemon makes all the difference: You should always have them on hand, as they are heavenly in this and many other dishes. Please note the dish has no added salt as the preserved lemon is enough to season it. No preserved lemon? Substitute 1 thinly sliced lemon, and be prepared for a dish 90 percent as good. Any thick firm fish will be suitable in this dish. My daughter Bella asked me to make sure I don’t forget to recommend using diced mock shrimp too, her favorite.

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Vanilla Rugelach

 

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Vanilla Rugelach Posted 01/27/2012 by Melissa Kaye Apter
All Rugelach is good, what can be wrong with a rolled pastry and you might think chocolate filing is the best, but that is before you try these Vanilla Rugelach.

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Lemon Rugelach

 

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Lemon Rugelach Posted 01/27/2012 by Melissa Kaye Apter
A classic Jewish food, Rugelach, a rolled pastry gets updated with the fresh flavor of lemon.

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Cranberry Walnut Salmon on a Bed of Spinach

 

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Cranberry Walnut Salmon on a Bed of Spinach Posted 01/24/2012 by Jamie Geller
Do not spin or dry the spinach, the water that is on the leaves will provide the steam to cook it.

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Fried Dessert Recipe Contest Winner

 

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We have just finished Chanukah, 8 days of deep fried delights. We brought you:

Jamie’s Nutella Banana Eggroll (Pictured above)