Thursday, April 21, 2011

Happy Passover!

So we're already half-way though Passover, give or take a day. Your Seders are most likely over. But hey, you still have to eat for the next six days. To assist you in that regard, I hereby present the Passover-friendly recipes I've featured on this site over the years, in one convenient location for easy unleavened cooking:

Quinoa tabbouleh and Quinoa with caramelized onions, if you fall on the side of the debate that says quinoa is Kosher for Passover

Moroccan mashed potato casserole, the kugel for people who don't like kugel

Oregano baked chicken dinner, served without the crusty bread for sopping

And, desserts: Ashkenazic Passover apple cake, Sephardic almond macaroons and walnut and almond cake with orange-pomegranate compote.

They're not all entirely traditional, but they are entirely delicious.

Next year in Jerusalem!

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Why? Guest blogging!

Just popping up to say hello, and direct you, dear reader, to a guest post I've written for the excellent Why CLE? blog. CLEgal, the site's fearless blogger, has taken a well-deserved vacation to the sunny parts, and I'm honored to be one of the bloggers keeping her readers entertained while she's away.

So! Please head on over and see why the delicious Polish cooking in Northeast Ohio is so important to me. Then, have a good look around the site to learn all about what makes Cleveland a fabulous place to live, indeed.

Thanks, CLEgal!