Lemon Saffron Matzo Ball Soup

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I must be the only Jewish girl that has never made matzo ball soup before. I remember all the woman in my family make this traditional soup all through my childhood but alas I never succumbed to the task. I’ve heard Passover being referred to as “The Jewish Thanksgiving” because really, the food is pretty […]

Pomegranate Roasted Vegetables with Tahini

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I am pretty fickle and uneasy when it comes to trying new ingredients. One one hand, I am curious and challenged by the new approach but on the other hand, I tend to stick to my ways and am a creature of habit. That is why I usually create classic flavors and rarely stray to […]

Deconstructed Baba Ghanoush with Beets and Za’atar

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Confession. I think I am a closet vegetarian. Not vegan, just vegetarian. I love cheese too much and I respect how beautiful cheese is made and cared for. But vegetarian, I could do. It’s rare, nearly every other month or so that I really crave…crave meat. I mean, I will break down doors to find […]

Creamy Avocado Hummus with Za’atar

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It’s an obsession really. Taking a million pictures of my Hula girl. I can’t help it, I want to cherish and savor every waking moment I can with this furry 4-legged being. I mean seriously….look at this face! It wouldn’t be “my blog” without at least 1 photo every now and then of this adoreableness. […]

Hatch Chile Latkes with Hatch Guacamole

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I think I’ll get right to the point today. I made hatch chile latkes. Ant they are pretty damn awesome. The first time I had hatch chiles was with Joe’s sister in Maryland. She used to live in New Mexico and one morning when visiting the Ferraro fam, she made scrambled eggs with hatch chiles. […]