Whole Wheat Stuffing with Leeks

 
Whole Wheat Stuffing with Leeks

November 30th 2011By Jamie Geller

Leeks are a siman for the decimation of our enemies. The Hebrew word for leek—karsi is similar to the word yikorsu, “[may our enemies be] decimated.” Spinach, swiss chard, and beets are also meaningful as their Arabic or Hebrew translations are reminiscent of the Hebrew word yistalku, “[may our adversaries be] removed.” And if you think you see a lot of emphasis on escaping from hostile threats, just think about Jewish history for a minute.

 

Spicy Sauted Leeks and Spinach

 
Spicy Sauted Leeks and Spinach

September 12th 2011By Jamie Geller

 

Sautéed Chicken With Leeks, Carrots, Parsnips and Mushrooms

 
chicken and leeks

September 4th 2014By Ronnie Fein

This is a great simple, colorful, nourishing and delicious make-ahead entrée and a different, easy way to make chicken.

 

Leeks and Fennel in Anise Vinaigrette

 
LEEKS AND FENNEL

February 10th 2015By The Gefiltefest Cookbook

The classic French ‘poireaux vinaigrettes’ have always appealed to me as a first course. The poached leeks marinated in a tangy dressing are elegant and appetite-whetting at the start of a meal. But, it occurred to me that the recipe could take on a different personality if fennel bulbs were combined with the leeks. I also added anise seed and tarragon to the dressing to reinforce the liquorice delicacy of the fennel.

 

Briazz Potato Stackzz

 
Briazz Potato Stackzz

May 13th 2010By joyofkosher

Idaho potatoes with cheese, leeks and more. Delicious recipe right here, check it out.