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An extension of the popular food page of ShalomBoston.com, this group will share and discuss recipes, menus, cooking tips, healthy eating practices, ingredient sources, and much more!

Website: http://www.shalomboston.com/language/en-US/Food.aspx
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Latest Activity: Jun 15, 2011

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Comment by Julie Weisman on April 8, 2010 at 12:16pm
(Submitted by a frequent user of the ShalomBoston.com food page):

For the second year, the biggest hit at this year's sedar were Jamie's Mini Potato Kugels! 100-plus minis were served with the meal, in a basket, in place of the traditional kugel in a 9X13 casserole dish. They disappeared!
The little grandchix, as well as the adults, kept "stealing" them from the basket even before I had the chance to bring them to the food table. They simply couldn't wait to pop them in their mouths.

In addition to the standard mini-muffin silicone forms/pans, I found heart-shaped muffin forms. As you can imagine, they were a big hit too. What a fun and delicious way to express love!
Comment by Julie Weisman on April 8, 2010 at 11:36am
See the food page of ShalomBoston.com for ideas on how to se up your leftover Pesach ingredients!
Great Passover recipes for all year round
Granola
Crepes (Blintzes)
Popovers
Coconut Cheesecake Bites
Pecan Lace Cookies
Matzah Caramel Crunch
Chocolate Fruit Nut Bark

In honor of Yom HaShoah there are Recipes from
"In Memory's Kitchen: A Legacy from the Women of Terezin"
by Mina Pachter

Vanilla Cake
Omelet with Apples
Comment by Julie Weisman on March 25, 2010 at 1:37pm
ShalomBoston.com has added new recipes and menus on the food page including:
Sweet Potato & Zucchini Soup from Healthy Helpings by Norene Gilletz
Greek Fish Fillets from the GourmetKosherCooking.com Passover web site
Chocolate Fruit Nut Bark from the GourmetKosherCooking.com Passover web site

Also there are links to Passover resources, videos, and humor that may be helpful in planning your seder.

Please let us know if you have any interesting rituals, traditions, and/or learning that you can share to enrich our Passover experience.
Comment by Julie Weisman on March 23, 2010 at 12:55pm
ShalomBoston.com food page now has Passover recipes and menus including:
Seder Menus and Recipes for
Vegetarians
Vegans
Diabetics
Gluten-free recipes

And: Charoset Recipes Galore!
Mango-Date Charoset from Jeff Nathan
Venetian Charoset from Kristine Winber
Traditional Charoset
Charoset, Mortar-Style
Charoset Around the World

New recipes and information is added daily.
Comment by Rabbi Susan Abramson on March 12, 2010 at 1:12pm
OOPS! Forgot to give you the link to the Rabbi Rocketpower books:
www.rabbirocketpower.com.
Comment by Rabbi Susan Abramson on March 12, 2010 at 1:11pm
Looking for a great chocolate covered matzah brittle recipe?

Check out the new Rabbi Rocketpower book: Rabbi Rocketpower and the Half-baked Matzah Mystery - A Particularly Peculiar Passover

Comment by Jamie Stolper on March 12, 2010 at 9:06am
Welcome to Best Jewish Cooking, Adele! For those of you not in the know, Adele has contributed some of our favorite recipes to the food section of ShalomBoston.com, including great Passover recipes such as Aunt Raela's Passover Strawberry Freeze and Chocolate Nut Meringue Cookies, plus the popular Chocolate Date and Nut Cake and famous Bacow Family Roll Cake! Check out these recipes, and hundreds of others, at the ShalomBoston.com food page!
Comment by Jamie Stolper on March 1, 2010 at 1:25pm
To start this group off, I'd like to invite you to visit the ShalomBoston.com Food Page. This has been an extremely popular feature of the web site, visited by thousands of people from all over the world.

There are over 250 recipes of all types, for holidays and everyday, traditional and contemporary, and from different ethnic traditions. All recipes, whether contributed by famous chefs and cookbook authors (Joan Nathan, Norene Gilletz, Jeff Nathan, Judy Rosenberg, and more) or regular moms like me who enjoy cooking, are all tested in the ShalomBoston.com kitchen and must meet our high standards for taste, ease of preparation, and clarity of instructions.

There are suggested menus as well, including several for Passover. (All recipes can be prepared in a kosher kitchen.) The recipe file and menu file are both searchable, so you can finetune a search for a particular dish or browse as generally as you'd like.

Passover recipes & menus will be featured on the food page within the week. And you can submit your own recipe for possible publication as well! Just email your special recipe(s) to foodeditor@shalomboston.com. To be informed of new additions to the food page, sign up for the ShalomBoston.com e-newsletter.

Please share your ideas and recipes here, too, so we can all enjoy the Best Jewish Cooking!

Jamie Stolper
Co-Founder and Food Editor, ShalomBoston.com
 

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