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Recipe Roundup: Meatless Meals (July 2012)

July 27, 2012 | 3 Comments

I'm not sure where the month went, but with the 100+ degree weather we've been suffering through the thought of soup around the fire place is much more appealing than outdoor grilling.  At home, our...

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Kosher Travel: Visiting London

July 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

London 2012 is here!  If you are in London make sure your visit isn't limited to the Olympic Village, strawberry's and cream, crumpets and Marmite. London is much much...

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Recipe Roundup (June 2012)

July 2, 2012 | 3 Comments

I tend to think that birthday’s are a big deal so in cooking, commemorating and cleaning for my wife’s special birthday over the weekend, I saw my oven clock display 2:00AM on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday...

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Roasted Eggplant Hummus

June 26, 2012 | 5 Comments

If you are following me on Facebook, you’ll notice my Thursday night routine often includes a variation a hummus theme.  When I was asked to share a recipe with My Imperfect kitchen, I thought that...

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Soaking Chickpeas

How to Cook Chickpeas

June 22, 2012 | 12 Comments

I make a lot of hummus.  I love the chickpea.  If you've visited This American Bite before, this comes as no surprise.  You'll also know that I prefer to used dried Read More →

Marmite: Lover or Hater?

June 11, 2012 | 6 Comments

The British and South African’s have a love-hate relationship with Marmite.  Marmite is a yeast based spread rich in vitamin B12 that was the PBJ to my sandwich...

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12 Hours in Kosher Kansas City

April 23, 2012 | 1 Comments

When thinking of Kansas City your mind probably wonders toward The Wizard of Oz, BBQ and perhaps the Royals.  You might have heard a little of the Kansas side versus the Missouri side, or be...

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As echoed by my WeightWatchers leader, Anne in response to my tamale pie, the benchmark of a good vegetarian (or in this case, vegan) dish is whether or not you would serve it to meat-eating...

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