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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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Shawarma Sausage Tacos

By Kosher Guru / November 2, 2018

When I go to Israel the one thing I love getting there is shawarma. There is just something about having it in a laffa in Israel that gets me every time. I love eating it with Chummus and pickles, Israeli salad and smothered in techina. Well back to reality. I also happen to love love love […]

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Baked “Fried” Chicken

By Kosher Guru / October 25, 2018

Is there anything better than a piece of yummy fried chicken fresh from the frialator? I wish that could be my go to dinner but sadly I’m not sure all the fried food agrees with the way I want to feed my family. Coming up with a yummy baked “fried” chicken was a mission of […]

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Baked “Fried” Flounder

By Kosher Guru / October 24, 2018

When I was younger I remember my Mom always making dinner for my father fresh right when he came home. Naturally his dinners always looked so yummy we used to want to try his food. One go to dinner she made for my father was fried founder which my Grand Mother would always make for […]

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Apple Crumble

By Kosher Guru / October 24, 2018

I took the kids Apple picking the other day. It was such a fun experience. Not only are apples so good off the tree, but the kids had a fun time tasting each of the apple varieties to see which one they liked best. The Macintosh has always been a favorite of mine but the […]

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Meat Ball Dinner

By Kosher Guru / October 24, 2018

Not everyone has the time or the ability to make fancy homemade meals every night. I totally understand. I grew up with a 10$ bill on the counter and was told to order out most nights. Instead I found myself creating easy semi homemade meals that took all but a few minutes to make. I […]

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Pumpkin Ice Cream Terrine

By Kosher Guru / October 24, 2018

It’s the fall and leaves are starting to turn colors and fall off the trees. The pumpkin spice latte is in full force and my local Trader Joe’s looks like a pumpkin exploded and landed into every product in the shelves. Happy to say I’m a big fan of it all. I fell in love with […]

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Standing Rib Roast

By Kosher Guru / October 11, 2018

Have you ever made something and it just took your breath away how beautiful it looked? Have you ever just wanted to dig in right then and there but knew you needed to restrain yourself for the sake of your followers, and the need to make sure they saw how beautiful it looked too?  Well this […]

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