Ok, this is awesome! I watch some awesome Youtubers. Noreen’s Kitchen, Linda’s Pantry, and The Kneady Homesteader. I was going through some older Homesteader videos when I found THIS gem! Cream of soups, that are kosher, are impossible to find where I live. At best, I would have to order them from Seattle and have them delivered by Affordable Kosher.… Continue reading Cream of soup!
I about fell out of my chair when I saw this. Heather from The Kneady Homesteader post great videos on Youtube. But this one shows how she makes a bechamel sauce and she goes on to explain that we can use it for any cream of soup. So no need to buy a can of “what is in… Continue reading an easy way to make any cream soup
I am working on perfecting Parve chicken seitan so it taste as good as my Parve sausage. I want to make Chicken Parmigiana and this is much cheaper than buying the frozen parties. Those are a buck a piece!
This is out of one of Bruce Winstein’s cookbooks. I have a Cuisinart ice cream maker, and love it. I don’t like the recipes that came in the book, though. So I went looking. I picked up both The Ultimate Frozen Dessert Book by Weinstein and Scarbrough, and The Ultimate Ice Cream Book by Mr. Weinstein.… Continue reading Cherry sorbet
Ok, spurred on by my success making ground chicken taste like my missed pork sausage, I wanted sausage and gravy. Jewish law prohibits mixing milk and meat. I had had seitan at my school’s cafeteria (often labeled as field roast) so I knew it could be very good. But they never tried to make it taste… Continue reading Kosher Seitan sausage
The blog Couldn’t Be Parve is a favorite for kosher desserts. This is one of my favorites, and is my absolute favorite mandelbrot recipe and this blog is also the source of some awesome kosher Marshmallow recipes. The only thing I didn’t have was slivered almonds. I have ground almonds in the freezer for making macarons (that’s… Continue reading Rose’s Mandelbrot
I made a double batch of tilapia (the one I posted with Rebbetzin Winner’s marinade). I used the second half to make what we call fish patties in our house. I used this recipe from Martha Stewart, although we never use a recipe at home. I went looking, though, so I could refer you to… Continue reading Fish Cakes