This year – at least so far – I have been unable to find the quinoa flakes that were so helpful last year for my Passover Granola. So what’s a gal to do?! After asking at both of the likely stores nearby (there is one more a bit further away to check), I woke upContinue reading “UPDATE – Kosher L’Pesach Granola with Buckwheat”
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Seder Chocolate (Matzah) Cake
Queen Elizabeth’s favourite chocolate cake is a refrigerator cake known as Chocolate Biscuit Cake…. the recipe is very similar to our own familiar Seder Chocolate Cake, which I am sharing here. Who knew?
Faith and Phenomena: The Wonder of the Irrational in Judaism
Fascinated and still feeling the strong presence of my late Uncle, I watched as the candle continued to burn for what seemed an eternity, finally igniting the wick from the previous week for an amazing blaze of light before finally burning out.
Celebrating the Circle of Life with Round Challah Shapes
Round Challah shapes that we eat during the Jewish fall holiday cycle symbolize the circle of life, wholeness, and return (tshuvah).
When you make home-made challah for Shabbat or festivals, you gain a three-fold blessing in your own home: sanctifying the everyday with the special experience of challah baking, bringing the aroma of this timeless Jewish ritual into your kitchen, and of course sharing a taste of the ‘world to come’ with our loved ones.
A Soup Theory of Passover
For my family, focusing on soup during Passover has been an effective way to increase consumption of Prebiotics. The first clue that I was onto something good was my husband’s reaction on the last day of the holiday that Passover could not be almost over because he wasn’t sick of the food yet.