• Posted on Spinach & Pineapple Salad

    Ingredients: Fresh Spinach (or salad greens) Fresh Pineapple cut into bite size pieces Chow Mein Noodles Slivered Almonds

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  • Posted on Tangy Sundried-Tomato Pasta – {Guest Post}

    You know when you make something that you just can’t stop eating? Well for me, this is the recipe! It’s a pasta salad with a zing to it that I …

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  • Posted on Rosh Hashanah Menu ~ Have a Tasty New Year!

    Hello Kitchies, This year I will be spending Rosh Hashanah with my in laws, which means I am going to be enjoying some delicious dishes and will leave with a …

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  • Posted on Jack’s Gourmet Holiday GIVEAWAY!

    What’s better than a hot and savory sausage wrapped in a bun and slathered with mustard and sourkraut? Other than having it served with a cold beer, when it’s FREE. …

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  • Posted on Kosher Taste Festival

    Kosher Taste Festival. A festival for Kosher Foodies! Experience a taste of cultures. Kosher Taste Festival presented by Kosher in the Kitch and Sephardic Music Festival, is an all day …

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  • Posted on Crispy Beef

    Ingredients: Beef cut into strips Vegetables of your choice such as string beans, snow peas or broccoli 1/2 cup of teriyaki sauce or Asian style sauce of your choice 1/4 …

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  • Posted on Squash Casserole

    Ingredients: 2 pounds Yellow Squash [(Acorn or Butternut) cut into 3/4″ pieces ] 1 cup chopped Onion 1 teaspoon Salt 1/4 teaspoon Pepper 4 tablespoons Butter 1 cup Saltine crackers …

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  • Posted on Marinated Mushrooms

    Ingredients: 4 8 oz Pkgs Mushrooms 5 Scallions 3/4 C. Extra Virgin Olive Oil 3/4 C. Lemon Juice 1 t. Salt 1 t. Garlic Powder 1/4 t. Fresh Pepper

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  • Posted on Rack of Ribs

    This recipe is a winner!!! Make this recipe in advance by slow cooking ribs in the oven on 250 degrees for three hours. Refrigerate or even freeze ribs until the …

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  • Posted on Mediterranean Style Quiche

    Easier Than Pie. Often mistaken as a frou-frou French concoction (it actually originates in medieval Germany), quiche gets a pretty bad rap sometimes. True, the word “quiche” often summons visions …

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  • Posted on Tomato Soup “Mystery” Cake

    If you’ve lived in the United States for any length of time, chances are, you’ve probably heard or even indulged in some carrot cake or zucchini bread. These quick breads …

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  • Posted on Rainbow Layer Cake

    *this recipe is pareve. Ingredients: vegetable spray 3 cups all-purpose flour 4 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt 2 sticks (1 cup) unsalted margarine, room temperature 2 1/3 cups sugar …

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