All posts in "Recipes"

Cheese Blintze Soufflé

By Kosher Guru / September 15, 2018

recherche femme blanche pour mariage Every household has certain traditions that are theirs. They are the routines that the family is used to. For certain holidays sometimes those traditions are passed down from generation to generation. For breaking fast the Guru house has their traditions just like most other homes. We make the usual bagels, lox, and cream cheese. Ok, […]


Easy Peach Crisp

By Kosher Guru / September 8, 2018

source link The last licks of summer is still here. It’s definitely hot enough to be summer that’s for sure. I still am getting amazing peaches, nectarines, and plums and the yummy stone fruits from the local supermarkets. I’m really picky with my stone fruit and I like it to be rock hard. If it doesn’t pass […]


Candied Beef Fry and Kale Simanim Salad With a Pomegranate Honey Dressing

By Kosher Guru / September 6, 2018 cos e il trading di opzioni binarie Does every meal need a salad? I always ask myself that question. Does anyone really like salad or do we pretend to like it because we know it’s good for us. Going into the new year, I would like to start with making sure I have a salad at every meal. I want my kids […]


BBQ Potato Chip Mac n Cheese

By Yitzy Taber / August 27, 2018

h5 site de rencontre This mac n cheese is so good! I love the contrast between the crispy texture from the BBQ Potato chips and the creamy pasta. Hope you and your family enjoy it as much as we did! 16 oz elbow macaroni , cooked according to package instructions 8 oz block cream cheese, softened 2 cups heavy […]



By Kosher Guru / August 6, 2018 Binomial Trees. Wiener Processes and Ito’s Lemma. The Black-Scholes-Merton Model. Employee Stock Options. After posting my Kosher Guru cholent hacks I got bombarded with emails, texts, and dms, to please, please send us your cholent recipe. Like I said Cholent really is a little bit of this and a little bit of that but the next time I made cholent I decided to measure it out. As a disclaimer […]


Sweet Potato Pastrami Hash

By Kosher Guru / August 6, 2018

click Fun side dishes are always a challenge. I get bored of making the same things all the time. This hash is super easy, super versatile, and is super yum! The combination of sweet potatoes and pastrami for some reason just work together. Maybe it’s the sweet and salty combo, I’m not sure but it’s just a […]


Cholent Hack

By Kosher Guru / August 1, 2018

site rencontre franco japonais Cholent is one of those things that is so hard to measure. It really is the little bit of this a little bit of that kind of a thing. Some people like different kinds of spices some use different sauces. Some use hot dogs for flavor some even use sausages. I play around with the different […]


Kishka Stuffed Capons

By Kosher Guru / July 23, 2018

We go away a lot for Yom Tov and I really enjoy the experience with my family. I love that I don’t need to work so hard and that I get to enjoy my family both during meals and during the whole yuntif experience. I know most don’t want to think of Rosh Hashanah now […]


Watermelon Bites

By Kosher Guru / June 17, 2018

Summer is usually warm and muggy. I tend to look for lighter things to eat. I look for refreshing, instead of the heavy comfort foods that I’m known to love. I guess there is a time and place for everything. The best part about summer is the endless fruits that are in full season. The watermelon in […]


Pea Purée Pizza With Smoked Beef Fry

By Kosher Guru / June 3, 2018

Pizza is a big weakness for me. I love cheese, bread, and tomato sauce. However, I’m also a big fan of the creative meat pizzas that has taken the restaurant world by storm. Meat pizzas aka flatbreads are now seen at so many of the trendy restaurants, and they are a well-loved item. I’ve come […]

1 2 3 7
Page 1 of 7