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Braised Chicken with Golden Beets and Kale

Braised Chicken with Golden Beets and Kale

April 17, 2014 | 2 Comments

One advantage of a gluten-reduced, whole-food lifestyle, is that as I see people panic and prepare their Passover menus, I remain worry free.  Passover has always been one of the healthiest weeks of my life....

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Potatoes stuffed with vegan chili

Vegan Chorizo Chili Stuffed Baked Potatoes

January 20, 2014 | 8 Comments

I’ve written about chili a number of times.  There’s my epic vegetarian chili which is free of meat and full of flavor.  If you’re more traditional there ‘s my chili con carne recipe (and I even...

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Chicken Paella Recipe

Chicken Paella {time lapse video}

November 10, 2013 | 14 Comments

On a recent business trip to California, I had the privilege to spend an evening with my buddy Chris, author of The Epicurean Pig.  Chris and I share a love for all things food that...

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Gluten Free Fried Green Tomatoes

Gluten Free Fried Green Tomatoes

September 2, 2013 | 8 Comments

It seems like the Kosher BBQ festival was months ago, but in reality it was just two weeks ago that I walked through the door of our house, exhausted, yet exhilarated, after the most enjoyable...

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Grilled Avocado Hummus

Grilled Avocado Hummus

July 22, 2013 | 10 Comments

Yup, the latest addition to my hummus obsession is a grilled avocado hummus.  I can’t take full credit for the dish, after all, this month’s Kosher Connection link up theme lead me to this crazy awesome flavor...

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Pulled BBQ Beef

Pulled BBQ Beef

July 4, 2013 | 9 Comments

July means BBQ, and in the Mid West, BBQ doesn’t just mean hamburgers and hotdogs on a grill.  It means smokers, marinades, dry rubs and smokers.  Next month will see the second annual Kosher BBQ...

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For years, I didn’t eat lettuce.  Nor would I touch cinnamon or cilantro.  I still don’t eat bananas, yet all of these flavors are on our three year old’s top ten list.  We can hardly...

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stuffed turkey breast

Apricot-Quinoa Stuffed Turkey Breast

April 18, 2013 | 19 Comments

The last time I cooked with and wrote about KOL Foods I made a lamb wellington which proved to be very popular with our dinner guests and everyone that read the post.  The dish was a...

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A good shawarma has the potential to be the best thing you will ever eat but a bad shawarma recipe will send you running to the hills.  Perfecting shawarma is an art that many of Jerusalem’s street vendors haven’t...

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I am a little obsessed with my brand new Falcon Enamel cookware. Everything I cook in this bake set has an authentic farm-to-table feel about it that can only come from cook ware made with...

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About a month ago, Jamie Geller, Author of the Quick & Kosher series and a fellow Kosher Connection member, shared her photos and thoughts as she went about an average day in Jerusalem.  She shopped the shuk (outdoor...

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dukka salmon with crispy skin

Dukkah Crusted Salmon

January 3, 2013 | 28 Comments

This wasn’t a planned recipe.  This was a late night dinner that happened to be awesome.  Wednesday night is usually grocery night in our home, and this week was no exception.  Somewhere between an emergency...

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As plant-based diets become more and more mainstream and people's lives become busier and busier I'm noticing more and more vegan slow cooker cookbooks.  In reviewing Fresh from the Vegan Slow Cooker by Robin Roberston, I underwent...

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Barbeque, as I found out the hard way, is more than hot dogs and hamburgers cooked outdoors over a disposable grill.  When I was growing up, the height of summer was marked by a drive...

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Slow Cooked Jackfruit BBQ [Vegan]

July 10, 2012 | 11 Comments

Each Wednesday, after visiting the Farmers Market, my wife and a friend visit the international market to stock up on raw coconuts, whole cumin seeds, hot sauce and other exotic ingredients household staples that we...

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This week’s menu didn’t quite go to plan. We went from intimate “one-pot” dinner to cooking for ten, plus kids and I thank our freezer for defrosting mid-week for the feast we’re going to enjoy...

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