When Miriam over at Overtime Cook contacted me about participating in a Rosh Hashana Blog Party, I was excited, but then I thought, “hmmmm, this seems like a food blog thing, and my blog isn’t really a food blog.” I mean, I don’t take pretty pictures of food, and I don’t do recipes. I just… Continue reading Anatomy of a Super Salad, & a Rosh Hashanah Blog Party!!!
Over at Kosher on a Budget (one of my favorite blogs), Mara shares an amazing recipe for Potato Kale Gratin. It looks really, really good. She mentioned that she’s using summer vegetables, since she belongs to a CSA (lucky her!). That got me thinking about seasonal foods. I’m clueless as to what’s in season when. … Continue reading Summer Veggies
It used to be that when I thought of salad, images of iceberg lettuce would dance through my head. Or maybe Romaine, or mixed greens, or even spinach. The point is, there had to be leafy greens in the bowl for it to be considered a salad in my book. Then I married my husband,… Continue reading A salad by any other name…
As I was walking to the library this morning, I was contemplating what to make for lunch, specifically wondering what kind of protein I could mix into my salad. It occurred to me that I had a bunch of crab-flavored surimi left over from the sushi I made this Shabbos. Score! I also had a… Continue reading yummy lunchy
I don’t know how many times I purchase a bag of pre-made lettuce only to have it languish in my fridge until it is yucky and icky and needing to be tossed in the garbage. Maybe as high as 60%. It is ridiculous. Usually this purchase is made before Shabbos, since my husband likes to… Continue reading Bagged lettuce = ewwwwww