Jamie Geller
JOK Points: 3357
Member Since: 11-10-2010
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matzo ball soup Passover Matzo Balls
04/13/2014 Add Notes
Passover Seder Lemon and Wine Poached Chicken Passover Seder Lemon Wine Poached Chicken
03/23/2014 Add Notes

About Jamie Geller

Jamie Geller is the only best-selling cookbook author who wants to get you out of the kitchen – not because she doesn’t love food – but because she has tons to do. As “The Bride Who Knew Nothing” Jamie found her niche specializing in fast, fresh, family recipes. Now the "Queen of Kosher" (CBS) and the "Jewish Rachael Ray" (New York Times), she's the creative force behind JoyofKosher.com and "Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller" magazine . Jamie and her hubby live in Israel with their five busy kids who give her plenty of reasons to get out of the kitchen - quickly. Check out her new book, "Joy of Kosher: Fast, Fresh Family Recipes."

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  • Kosher Hot Dogs and Sausages are available at Lincoln Financial Field at Section 114. This is now run by Chabad of Bucks County. If you are coming to the Eagles Giants game today come visit us and visit our Sukkah Mobile at Lot K.
  • Hey jamie, we are all so thrilled to have u in RBS. love ur recipes and nobody can believe how much time I really spent in the kitchen!!!! THANK UUUUUUUUUU
    - by eli
  • hi Jamie look up your recopies every Thursday and yom tov!!! love all your ideas and the way you give it over!! thanks to you our shbbat tables are very colorful and i look forward to cook. keep it up ahuva from israel
    - by ahuva
  • Hi, I love this website and view it daily, just had a little question, r u hosting seminary girls for shabbes?
    - by simi
  • Hi Jamie. Just came back from the BAYT event tonight (Thornhill, ONtario). I thought you were VERY entertaining! I even snuck a few samples for my husband to try of the bark and chocolate cake! Your story was moving...i got a little teary eyed over the aliyah video. Glad you enjoyed your visit to our community but we all enjoyed having you be there! My only regret is that I didn't pick up a book afterwards...My friends and I will probably do a pot luck with some of your recipes! Kol Hakavod! Pam from the great white north!
    - by Pam
  • Jamie-I have been using whole wheat flour exclusively for several years - for health reasons. But whenever I bake I can;t seem to get rid of this underlying flavor from the WW flour. I have thought of using honey but not sure. I am getting ready to bake cookies with my son for his class and am hoping for a solution first!! Any thoughts please? Todah rabbah!
    - by elana
  • Jamie, Looking at your new book, the Garlic Honey Brisket recipe, which calls for 1 cup of Honey. Can I use Date Honey? Can Date Honey always be used instead of Bee Honey? I know it will change the flavor (duh), but is there any reason why not? Does one cook better than the other (like vegetable oil versus olive oil)? thanks.
    - by Steve
  • Hi Jamie! can i freeze fresh uncooked pumpkin whole pcs and use them a month or 2 later? i have some left over from my cuscus soup and want to do so (if possible)before yom kippur. Gmar Hatima Tova Phyllis
    - by Phyllis
  • HI Jamie: I tried writing here and wrote a huge note, did the text thing on the bottom, and somehow my post disappeared, oh I just realized I had used brackets and a P to separate paragraphs so perhaps that was not allowed. I love watching your show on JLTV but have to tell you that SPLENDA IS TERRIBLE FOR YOU AND ANYBODY. Please google SPLENDA and read for yourself. I happen to love Diet Coke and now I have had to give it up after reading about this product Splenda. It's like drinking bleach. I know you love your friends and family and so I wanted to share this info for you. All those people pushed Splenda for years, and it's killing all of us. Truvia and I think Stevia are the only ones to use....thanks for letting me post. Have a good one!! Just a Florida Mom...
  • Hello Jamie! I want to introduce you a new Israeli product name Vegidrill. Vegidrill is the perfect corer for making stuffed vegetables, fast and easy. its an Israeli patent, made in Israel and has a blue & white mark on it. i looked over your recepise and i really think that its fitting to your way of cooking. i would like to send you an example of the Vegidrill so you will try it by yourself. please check out our website: www.vegidrill.com my e-mail: info@vegidrill.com phone no: 04-6213040. thank you and best regards, Yarden - Vegidrill team
    - by Yarden
  • I really enjoyed your Joy of Aliyah videos and the Joy of Kosher website, including your great recipes. Any chance you may have a kosher Tex Mex recipe or two? When you and the family moved to Israel did you give up your American citizenship? I love Texas, but perfectly understand how a Jewish family would want to move to Israel. Some day I'll visit your beautiful "new" country. Thanks - Ted from Dallas
  • Loved your Joy of Aliyah series. I am thinking about making Aliyah, but would love to see more!!! I have never been to Israel, and speak zero Hebrew-which scares me. I really would love to see more of the transitional life from the US to Israel. (Even if it is low production on your cellphone!) Thanks, Julie
  • Chulent Recipe Where do I find 'Kiska Loaf' ?
  • Dear Mrs. Geller, It is wonderful that you are moving here in August! I'm originally from NYC and have been living here since 1971 - and wake up every morning thanking G-d that I came on aliyah. Life here is VERY different - and as a cook, you will find that many, many products you are used to using, simply do not exist here, but we manage with substitutes as far as possible, and leave out what we can't find. Congratulations again on your move!
    - by ruthakb
  • Leah!!! thank you thank you thank you!! So glad he has such good taste in food :-)
  • Hi Simcha - you can put your shredded potatoes in water and to keep them from browning and then give them a good!!! squeeze before using. But I prefer to work really quickly - check out this video for my tips - for best potato kugel results: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYgYymFJ7fo Once the kugel is cooked lasts in the fridge for a good few days. just rewarm before serving.
  • Hi Jamie, your food is amazing! My husband sends lots of thanks since i use all of your recipes!
    - by Leah
  • Hi Jamie,i'm a HUGE fan of your show. I have a question though : How do you make kugel in advance without the potatoes getting brown once they're shredded? My mom and I want to make potato carrot kugel, but need to make it ahead of time. Any ideas?
    - by Simcha123
  • Hi Mattie - Joy is the brand I use for my blue colored (and plain) cake cones. http://www.joycone.com/ You will most likely find the fun colored cones in the mainstream supermarket chains not the kosher ones -- I don't find that the kosher supermarkets carry the colorful selection. Hope this helps and Happy Chanukah!
  • Hi Jamie, I was looking at the November/December edition of the magazine and I just wanted to know, for you ice cream cone frosting recipe, how did you get the cones blue? Did you buy them or color them yourself.
    - by mgbicky
  • Hi Jamie, I just found your website today while looking for help with baking Challah. I really enjoy your videos so much that decided to try your Honey Chicken for tonight...it's in the oven now :) Hugs
    - by Gabi
  • Just discovered your site - can't wait to make my way around. Thanks ahead to Jamie and all others posting here. I'm pretty new to kosher cooking and appreciating all help!
    - by kcminneus
  • Hi Jamie!Mazel Tov on your new new baby! I hope you are enjoying her and sukkos!Thanks for your awesome website and recipes!
    - by goldie
  • Works well. Do you like my recipes?
  • Hi Jamie, I am testing out this profile page, let me know how it works.

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