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Zucchini Chips

By Kosher Guru / January 30, 2019

I grew up experimenting in the kitchen. We would gather around the kitchen and just create different dishes that appealed to us. We were always a veggie heavy family and I remember that the fridge always had to be stocked a few times a week to keep up with the demand. One favorite, and most […]

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Sausage Veggie Bowls

By Kosher Guru / January 30, 2019

Grain and veggie bowls have become increasingly popular. I really enjoy having so many different fun textures in one bowl. It’s also a super easy meal with all the veggies grains and proteins in one dish. I love roasted veggies because of the sweetness that comes out of the veggies once roasted and I am also […]

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Oyster Steak

By Kosher Guru / January 12, 2019

I love a really good steak. There are so many different variations of meat it gets confusing in the meat aisle. I’m a big rib steak fan but lately I’ve been turned on to other cuts. I learned the hard way that if you want steak you can actually chew it has to be good […]

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“Chicken” Parm Sandwiches

By Kosher Guru / December 18, 2018

I love to just explore supermarkets and check out new or exciting things on the shelves. The other day I came across these vegan breaded chicken patties from Mon Cuisine in the freezer section, and bought it knowing exactly what I wanted to do with it. I kept it in the freezer and finally took it […]

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Beef Fry Potato Bombs

By Kosher Guru / December 18, 2018

I have a daughter who loves potatoes. She loves them in any way shape and form. Kugel, roasted mashed I need to make every Shabbos or I guess off with my head. In our house I guess you call them shalom bayis foods. For me it’s roasted eggplant and techina and for her it’s all […]

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Somewhat Chunky Potato Soup

By Kosher Guru / December 5, 2018

When night starts at about 4:30PM now it usually means it’s cold outside. I start making a big pot of soup every week to get me through dinners, and maybe even a lunch or two. Soup is easy to make, comes together quick, the kids love it especially with croutons, and it’s healthy. Oh did […]

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Roman Style Artichokes

By Kosher Guru / December 5, 2018

Growing up my parents had these family friends who were Italian. They would always create all these amazing dishes in their kitchen that were off limits to us since they were not kosher. I would just look at their food and drool. One day I said I was going to create these dishes in my […]

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Pastrami Chicken Roll Ups

By Kosher Guru / December 5, 2018

On yontif we used eat by the Rabbi of the shul for a meal. His rebbetzin is an amazing cook!  She always made the most yummy and intricate dishes. One meal she made pastrami stuffed chicken and I will never forget it. I really enjoyed it so much I needed to recreate my own version […]

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Deconstructed Eggplant Parmesan Salad

By Fagie Reves / November 11, 2018

My absolute favorite dairy dish of all time is Eggplant Parmesan. Breaded fried eggplant slices layered with homemade sauce and tons of mozzarella cheese, it’s the stuff of dairy dreams. Whenever I make it for an event it is the first thing people run to -but, let’s face it, it’s not the healthiest dish and […]

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Roasted Brussel Sprouts With Chinese 5 Spice

By Kosher Guru / November 2, 2018

There is something about Brussel sprouts that either has you going eww not for me or yum, I can’t get enough. For those who said eww I just don’t think you know how to cook them. Lots of people over cook them until they are mushy, smelly little suckers that I wouldn’t touch with a ten […]

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