Tuesday, September 23, 2014
What's Cooking
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Personal chef Ziva Ophir recently joined me in the kitchen to prepare a balagan (Hebrew for “mess”) Shabbat dinner of dishes that come from a spectrum of traditions. We made a spicy … more
A few years ago, I woke up and asked myself why I decided to become a cook. It was one of those moments years after parents’ paying for college, my investment in culinary school, long hours … more
And just like that, summer is coming to a close! Can you believe it?   As Labor Day approaches, the last big summertime cookout is on my mind, and the possibilities are endless. Hot dogs, … more
One of my favorite things to do is to get into the kitchen and cook with some amazing kids. It’s exciting and often surprising to see what they discover about food and what you can learn … more
Summer is all about easy. Things you can make ahead or put together in a snap. Big white platters, colorful ingredients and just a little seasoning go a long way.   Most of these recipes … more
Coming up with dream menus is part of what makes my job so much fun.  Imagining a table, the guests, the flowers, colors, time of year and what might be a fun, inspired meal that will surely … more
By Danielle Rehfeld drehfeld@riverdalepress.com   Summer has arrived at last! Check out your local farmer’s market and you’ll be nothing short of inspired by ingredients. … more
Stone fruits like apricots, cherries, peaches, nectarines and plums are some of my favorite kinds of fruits to work with during the summer. After buying some meesh meesh (apricots), available for … more
A walk through Tel Aviv’s Shuk HaCarmel is often the highlight of my trip to Israel. I’ve written about the shuk a few times over the years in What’s cooking? Each time is different … more
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