savory kugel mushroom

Artisanal WHAT? I had bought a bunch and didn’t want to fuss about another use for the leftovers, so I used it all (about 8-9 cups total) in the kugel and the results were fantastic. Wine and beer available for purchase.Sarah’s delicious Southern-influenced Shabbat dinners are a super special, multi-course dinner featuring her take on traditional Jewish classics.NoshFest’s mission is to celebrate Jewish food and culture by showcasing delicacies unique to Jewish tradition and heritage while bringing together members of Toronto’s diverse community.
Sample recipes for simple appetizers utilizing class-made batches of berry jam, herbed tomatoes, and a quick vegetable pickle. Among them are some of my faves including dark chocolate, steel-cut oats and wild salmon. Let’s plan on my facebook page Note: this event is being held off-site at Nightingale, 20 E 92nd St. NYC.This lecture, which is open to the public, is part of a Jewish Environmental Ethics Series at JTS. We’ll be there, too!Menu may include beef edamame shumai dumplings; vegetable egg rolls; roast chicken and shiitake steamed buns; scallion-sesame pancakes; and sweet egg custard tartlets.To secure your spot, send check to Kosher Like Me. For more deets and to register for class, click Sniff, swirl, taste and savor as you learn to pair diverse wines with dark chocolates. This is not a kosher event.Keynote speaker- Jeff Yoskowitz, co-author Hahaha…you can hold your own w/ “the real players”, Liz…but, any time you’re in the H(W)ood (Engle)…Select galleries will be open prior to the talk.They’ll handle the pairings of brews and sizzling latkes. Whether you want to expand your culinary expertise, experience the pleasure of harvesting your own organic fruits and veggies, unpack the complexities of our global food system, or connect to our ancient food tradition, there is something for everybody at the More than a dozen new breweries have opened in NYC in the last three years!followed by a do-it-yourself home pickling demonstration and a tasting of the best of New York’s pickles, sauerkrauts and other fermented treats. intimate reception with the performers, including A line -up of New York’s best providers of  Jewish inspired foods will be offering their delicious eats along Madison Ave. Seek out favorites that you’ve read about here: Breads Bakery, NY Shuk, Gefilteria and Taim, among others.An outstanding panel of speakers will explore Jewish Cuisines from around the globe, both traditional and contemporary: Tuesday, April 24, 2012 6:00 p.m. at the New School in NYC.Selected films will be screened on these dates:For more on Kim’s cookbook and why we love it read our review This is a great recipe. To be honest, I had never heard of such a thing. Matzah balls HOW?Bake, assemble all components, master a variety of decorating techniques, explore how to present and display them, even package them if you’re sharing.Mingle with NYC’s most respected latke mavens and chefs as you taste their sizzling creations. Measure 1⁄4 cup of filtered mushroom water and put aside.Join with other women for this inspirational $55.00 for 5 courses. I’ll report back if I do…Rain Location: Conservative Synagogue, 30 Hillspoint Rd., WestportArea farmers and vendors are donating the goods so that funds may be directed to continue implementing and expanding youth and community programming.$55.00 pp. Best innovation was using a big bag of spinach instead of just 3 oz. This is a great gift for anyone who appreciates a wide range of multi-cultural recipes.Join Middle Eastern food expert, Jennifer Abadi (author of When I’m not caressing fruits and veggies at my local farmers’ market you’ll likely find me chatting with like-minded eaters, probing the scene in NYC or seeking inspiration in my spice cabinet. Meet three cutting edge writers and chefs who are leading the revolution.Book-signings and Klezmer tunes-  maybe even dancing in the streets!If chocolate is your passion, get ready for the largest chocolate salon to hit NYC at *This class is taught in a kosher kitchen.To read more about why we love these Wednesday night and MORE!