Grass fed animals have eaten nothing but their mother’s milk and fresh grass from the time they were born. Organic certification means the meat is hormone free which makes it much better for you. I am proud to partner with KOL Foods to create recipes using their high quality meat, chicken and fish and support the vision of an honest and sustainable food chain. If you have questions about the recipes in this category, feel free to reach out to me; @ysilver on Twitter.
I’m struggling to write this recipe. All I can think about is how much I didn’t really like duck until I made this dish. And at the same time, I think it’s bad form to introduce a recipe by telling you I don’t usually like the main component. But in the name of honesty and...Read More →
About a week ago, I was itching for meatloaf. My wife hates meatloaf, and I love it. At least that’s how we remember it going. I did some research, picked a recipe, added my own touch and made meatloaf with a side of sweet potato fries. My wife loved it, but I really didn’t. Something...Read More →
I love roasted chicken. My wife enjoys the thighs and legs, I enjoy the chicken breast, and we can happily dine on a chicken dinner with all the trimmings and a bottle of Chardonnay. Overcook a chicken and the white meat will be dry and tough, but cook the bird perfectly and you’ll have an...Read More →
September is here, which means the annual marathon of Jewish holidays is just around the corner. All over the world, Jewish cooks are planning menus and working out who to invite over for which celebratory meal. Some of our California family are flying in for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, but I’m not planning...Read More →
I’ve been experimenting much less in the kitchen since our baby girl was born last month. We had the pleasure of friends sending us home cooked meals for a couple of weeks, then we ate our way through the freezer, or I focused on familiar, easy or quick dinners as we adjusted to being a...Read More →
October 2009. After a whirlwind summer in the States, we returned to Israel and found ourselves living in a beautiful Jerusalem apartment. We were four or five months away from becoming first time parents and we loved to open our home up to our friends. Our porch looked like this… We would cook with the...Read More →
I’ve been experimenting with braising a lot recently. I’ve mastered the chicken braised in red wine with golden beets and kale, in fact I have pictures of that dish ready to share with you. As much as I love chicken, lamb is a rare delicacy in this house so I wanted to try to braise...Read More →