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Gourmet beef

Hi everyone,

We are quite excited tonight since we are going to share with our first meat recipe!

This new recipe will not be very difficult but you will have to be patient before eating. 432 more words

Food - Recipes

Packed lunch for Groundhog Day

At the moment with exams looming, life can feel a little like Groundhog Day . Lunchtime can often be the most exciting part of a day filled with revision (second only to hometime or the pub). 367 more words

Budget Cooking

Ancient Kosher Laws Have Lessons for a 21st Century War against Ebola

This article does a great job of demonstrating the benefits of the kosher diet through history, but fails to understand that these laws were not the result of an accumulation of knowledge and experience – they are from the very mouth of God. 781 more words


Roasted Fall Vegetables with Pumpkin Seed Oil

It was a night when I needed to make a relatively fast dinner, but had no idea what I wanted to make.  I stopped at one of the local farm markets and picked up a cauliflower; I decided I would do something with the cauliflower and some of the sweet potatoes from my garden.   256 more words


Toldot: Negotiating for Lentil Stew and More

Toldot shows us the darker dynamics that can occur between loved ones, especially when one negotiates in less-than-transparent ways. Rebecca and Jacob’s prayers for a child are answered with the birth of her non-identical twin boys, Esau and Jacob. 943 more words

Jewish Food

The Magical World of Kosher

I am an expert in the field of Kosher dietary requirements.  At least, that’s what I would have you believe in this video that I did for my World Religions class. 14 more words

An Interpretation of Jewish Kosher laws: A Symbolic, Cultural Ritual, Rather Than a Religious Obligation

Food is universally embedded in religious traditions. Kosher dietary laws in particular shape Jewish identity and foodways—the history and traditions that shape one’s social and cultural relationship with food. 578 more words