It’s been a surprisingly long time since I last hosted the Kosher Cooking Carnival, and I am pleased to offer the kosher cooking community this roundup once again. The Kosher Cooking Carnival is organized by Batya who does a wonderful job at keeping Israeli, Kosher and Jewish bloggers engaged and active. I was almost late in posting, but I spent the evening making a delicious raw sprouted chickpea hummus (the recipe will follow in a few days, I promise) and it was calling for freshly baked bread. Well, the bed is baking and I am blogging!
Please enjoy the January 25, 2012 / Shvat 5772 edition of the Kosher Cooking Carnival! If I have missed any of your posts, please let me know – I had some trouble with the instacarnival and hope that no one got missed. While you’re here, I encourage you to leave me a message in the comment below or on my facebook page. For my vegan or vegetarian readers, not all of the dishes you see below will be suitable for your diet, sorry. The recipes are all blogger-submitted and all kosher dishes are welcome to be featured in the Kosher Cooking Carnival.
- UPDATE: Fat Girl Foodie presents Strauss 5% Cottage Cheese Review with a cottage cheese omelet recipe
- UPDATE: Miriam’s Words presents Mouth Watery Apple Crisp
- Yisrael Medad presents A New Threat to Gefilte Fish (Oiy Vey) posted at My Right Word, saying, “a threat to gefilte fish!”
- Suzanne Cullen presents Au Pair » 10 Homemade Kids Cakes They Will Love posted at aupair, saying, “There’s something very special about making a birthday cake for your child. They may forget the gifts they received and even the people that were at the party, but they won’t forget that you made an awesome cake for their birthday”anything kosher!
- Leora Wenger presents Homemade Hummus with Parsley – Here in Highland Park posted at Here in HP, saying, “Finally figured out how to make a homemade hummus that I love”
- Emily Segal presents Mini Tofu Quiche Cups posted at Triumph Wellness, saying, “These easy to make mini tofu quiche cups make a lovely, healthy and low-cal appetizer for any meal or party. This post also has many other healthy, vegan party food ideas.”
- Maureen Denard presents 10 Sneaky Ways to Turn Fruit Into Treats posted at Find A Nanny, saying, “If you hand a kid a banana or a whole apple for a snack, you’ll usually find it under the sofa later; after they’ve eaten the bag of Cheetos. Make fruit fun and delicious, instead of boring. Fruit is the ultimate snack food. It’s sweet, full of great flavor, and mostly portable.”
- Emily Segal presents Sweet and Sour Cauliflower posted at Triumph Wellness, saying, “Sweet and Sour Cauliflower lightened up and made healthier with the addition of chickpeas. Even the kids will love this!”
- Sarah’s View presents baked goodness posted at sarah’s view.
- Mrs. S. presents As the fast ebbs away posted at Our Shiputzim: A Work In Progress, saying, “Two-Tone Brownies. Thanks for doing this and Shabbat Shalom!”
- Batya presents Low-Carb Latkes, Veggie Burgers posted at me-ander.
- Yosefa Huber presents Girlled Vegetable Salad posted at Cooking Outside the Box, saying, “This is a great salad to serve on Shabbos day or to snack on during the week.” Yosefa also shared Extra Meaty Turkey-Cabbage Soup posted at Cooking Outside the Box, saying, “This soup made in the pressure cooker could inspire a tasty, economical chulent.”
- Seems like weeks go that I wrote Whole Wheat Pretzel Dough Slider Buns.
- Sarah’s View presents [sweet or savory?] quinoa for dinner posted at sarah’s view, saying, “A flavorful, healthy meal or stand-out side dish, this was a winner in our house. Leave off the cheese to keep it parve.”
- Joy of Kosher presents You’ve Been Asked to Cook Meals for a New Mom.
- Batya presents Simple, Healthy, Low Calorie, Low Carbohydrate Vegetable Soup posted at me-ander.
- Mirjam Weiss presents Some Soup and Some Socks (Zhuzz One, Knit Two) posted at Miriyummy.
- Leora Wenger presents Best Bowl of Oatmeal – Steel Cut Oats, Grind and Soak posted at Here in HP, saying, “Process of discovering how to make a nice, nutritious bowl of oatmeal”
- Batya presents What Can You Do With One of Those Mini-Pumpkins, aka Butternut Squash? posted at me-ander, saying, “It’s also for diets or any day.”
- Yosefa Huber presents Buying Beef in Israel – Guest Post posted at Cooking Outside the Box, saying, “Guest poster Rochelle of Tastes of the World Catering discusses cooking methods for all different beef cuts.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of kosher cooking carnival-kcc using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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