Year: 2013

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Live from the Hazon Food Conference! Day 2

Live from the Hazon Food Conference! Day 2

All posts, Food, Jewish Holidays & Community

I am so vindicated. Gil Marks, Rabbi, Chef, Writer and literally a walking Encyclopedia (he wrote The Encyclopedia of Jewish Food!) told the crowd today that one only cooks with Italian flat leaf parsley. The curly kind is only for garnish. I have been saying this for years and I think there are a number of people in my life who thought I was crazy, a food snob, or both.

Tasha’s Tips and Tricks: Sneak Preview from the HFHY Book!

Tasha’s Tips and Tricks: Sneak Preview from the HFHY Book!

All posts, Dessert Recipes, Food, Healthy Family Tips, Healthy Family, Healthy You Books, Published articles and recipes, Recipes, Salad Recipes

Alright, my friends, you asked for some of my healthy, vegan shortcuts and secrets. I won’t make you guys wait for the Healthy Family Healthy You book to come out in the beginning of 2014. I’ll give you some scintillating previews now…

A Healthy, Vegan Thanksgivu​kkah

A Healthy, Vegan Thanksgivu​kkah

All posts, Dessert Recipes, Food, Published articles and recipes, Recipes, Salad Recipes

Planning a healthy and vegan Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Xmas, Thanksgivukkah? You’re also invited to read this post if you do plan to eat turkey for Thanksgiving (or even ham for Xmas!). At my family’s table, I’ll be the only one not eating the turkey at Thanksgiving. All of my energy is going to go into making sure that everything else on the table is healthy, delicious, and relatively guilt-free! Also, I guarantee, having skipped the turkey and it’s “snoozey” effects, I’ll be the only one with energy AFTER the meal! If you want energy too, keep reading for recipe ideas!

Newly Published Jewish Food Experience Article/Recipes

Newly Published Jewish Food Experience Article/Recipes

All posts, Dessert Recipes, Food, Jewish Holidays & Community, Published articles and recipes, Salad Recipes

Drumroll…I’m back with lots of new writing to come…
Go to Jewish Food Experience dot com to hear about “Foraging in my Suburban Garden.”
There are two original recipes of mine to accompany the story… Both perfect for late summer, early autumn!

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