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A Summer BBQ Checklist

 
Hot Dog and Slaw Topper

July 1st 2015By Tamar Genger MA, RD

Sponsored by Less than a week until the 4th of July so that means we are in full on BBQ season.  Whether your hosting a big party or just planning a small family dinner we want to make sure you don’t forget anything. We want to help you plan with our handy checklist.  And scroll down to enter our contest to win a new Grill!!! This checklist includes everything for a bbq at home or on the go.  Click to get a downloadable pdf. Download and print our checklist graphic here. For more...

 

RSVP For #GoForTheGolds Twitter Party and WIN

 
RSVP #GoForThe Golds Summer Twitter-2

June 23rd 2015By Joy of Kosher

You’re invited to join our #GoForTheGolds Twitter chat! Hosted by @JoyofKosher and sponsored by @GoldPureFoods It’s FINALLY summer! If you haven’t already, you will soon be reaching for your BBQ tongs and one of the many delicious Gold’s condiments and sauces.  Join us for our #GoForTheGolds Twitter chat all about Summer cooking on Monday June 29th @ 8:30 pm. On The Agenda: 1. Gold’s secret ingredient 2. Summer BBQ season 3. Your Fourth of July ideas 4. Your biggest BBQ fail Plus MUCH...

 

How To Grill The Perfect Steak [Video]

 
Perfect Grilled Steak

June 2nd 2015By Jamie Geller

This was the most funnest (I don’t care if that’s not really a word) shoot ever!  Why?  For the following 4 reasons: 1) I wasn’t alone.  I am mostly all by my lonesome (boo hoo hoo) in front of the camera and it can get hard to keep smiling and keep my energy up throughout a 16 hour day.  So it was SOOOOOO great to have my friend Naf Hanau from GrowandBehold.com co-host this BEST EVER STEAK episode with me.  We were talking and eating and making his secret spice rub and my secret...

 

A Unique Méditerranéen Pizza

 
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May 19th 2015By Jamie Geller

It’s hard to remember when I first heard about Chef Zissie but I think it was on my friends Melinda’s Kitchen-Tested Blog back in December of 2012. But as is my style, when I see a good thing I just don’t forget it. I met Zissie a few years later at KFWE and she told me she was planning to make aliyah. So we promised to meet up on this side of the pond when she arrived. We kept true to our word and met at a bagel shop in Beit Shemesh which was like a little lunch love fest and decided we...

 

Our Favorite Cheese Blintzes Recipes Plus Variations

 
Chocolate Cheese Blintzes

May 11th 2015By Joy of Kosher

Continuing with our dairy recipe roundup theme, here are our favorite blintz recipes for Shavuot.  Last week we extolled the virtues of cheesecake as a Shavuot staple and this week we share the need for blintzes, the next best dairy food for Shavuot. A traditional blintz is a thin crepe like pancake filled with cottage cheese and that is where will begin, but who ever said we have to stick to tradition? Blintzes are so versatile, once you get the crepe right you can really fill it with...

 

6 Unexpected Asparagus Recipes

 
Crispy California Asparagus Straws

April 22nd 2015By Naomi Lerman

Is it really finally Spring? After this cold, snowy Winter, I am really enjoying watching the tulips start to bloom.  We need to get some color back in our life. Summer will bring us the rainbow with blueberries and raspberries and peaches and plums, but it all starts in Spring with strawberries and mangos and lots of Asparagus. It’s the little things that get us excited over here at JOY of KOSHER, so we are celebrating Spring with 6 unexpected Asparagus recipes.  Sure you can just steam...

 

Cookbook Spotlight: Spiritual Kneading *Giveaway*

 
Spiritual Kneading Cover

April 14th 2015By Naomi Lerman

Spiritual Kneading Through The Jewish Months is Dahlia Abraham-Klein’s newest cookbook. In it, she features an evocative collection of challah recipes, Jewish spiritual insights, and Torah study as it relates to each Jewish month. The separation of Challah, in addition to baking challah, is a a woman’s mitzvah (commandment) and Rosh Chodesh, the first of each Jewish month, is traditionally a women’s holiday. In Spiritual Kneading, Dahlia focuses on women’s spiritual growth via the...

 

5 Ways To Swap The Mayo with Babaganoush

 
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April 1st 2015By Joy of Kosher

Mayo is a very popular condiment. Aside from the classic tuna and egg salads made with mayo, many people include it in every sandwich. The fact that it is also parve means even we kosher keepers can include it at every meal and there some people that do. On Passover, regular mayo which is often made with canola oil is not available and instead the Passover versions don’t quite compare. On a holiday when every ingredient matters, it is best to try something with a little more pizazz. Avocado...

 

Banana and Peach Matzo Brie Bake Video

 
peach matzo brie bake video

March 31st 2015By Jamie Geller

I love talking to foodies. Cause I know you know what it’s like to fall asleep and dream about breakfast. I always have these grand plans to wake up early and make any number of sweet and savory breakfast-like-a-king spreads. Problem is, in addition to being a foodie I’m a snooze-y. You know the kinda gal who keeps pressing snooze and rolling over until the last possible minute. And then I press snooze and roll over at least one more time, for good luck. This baby of breakfast – my...

 

Chocolate Orange Coeur a la Crème Cheesecake Video

 
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March 24th 2015By Jamie Geller

Chocolate Coeur a la Crème is one of those simple and delectable recipes I saw Emeril make on his show way back when, and it just stuck with me. That often happens to me (with food). You know, I see it once (I don’t even have to taste it) and I can’t get it out of my mind until I make it mine. Finally the day has come and I am thrilled to share this delicious, perfectly balanced, light, yet indulgent dessert in all its glory with you! Emeril served his Chocolate Coeur a la Crème with...