This American Bite brings a fresh approach to kosher cooking with recipes that focus on natural, whole and organic ingredients for a healthier kosher vegetarian diet.
When I think of chili, I typically think the heavy dish of red kidney beans and ground beef that is a meal in itself, but we’ll all too often ladle over a hot dog or...Read More →
Food is incredibly influential. At the best of times, cuisine can unite families, communities and even nations, keeping memories and traditions alive for hundreds of years. At other times, the things we do (or don’t)...Read More →
Chanukah is around the corner. Eight oily nights of fried latkes and donuts are plentiful, waiting to tempt the healthiest of eaters. If you’re looking for a low-carb alternative to these fatty delights, check out...Read More →
Some nights, I know exactly what I plan to make for dinner. The menu was planned, the groceries are in the pantry and it’s a done deal. Other nights, like tonight, I leave the office,...Read More →
On Shabbat (Saturday) afternoon, we welcomed our baby girl in to our lives making us a family of four. My wife did an outstanding job, listening to her body and remaining in control throughout labor,...Read More →
The leftover dilemma arrives every week. Some time between lunch and dinner time on Sunday I realize the fridge is full of food but I don’t want to re-eat Friday night dinner for the next...Read More →
As we stroll into the second half of 2012, I share this milestone with you – this is my 50th blot post. It has been a struggle to write for the last few weeks and...Read More →