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Is It Kosher? - Leviticus 11

The main principle that we saw in Leviticus 10 was that we are to discern between the holy and the common, the clean and the unclean. 1,243 more words


Zak the Baker

Wynwood is sprawling with unique cafes, bakeries and restaurants.  I personally love Zak the Baker and it’s definitely a must while you’re in Wynwood.  It’s a Kosher bakery and cafe serving sandwiches, soups, salads, their homemade baked goods and artisanal breads. 94 more words

Spaghetti with Kale and Garlic Chips

My early harvest items dictated our dinner tonight.  I harvested the heirloom kale (which looks more like chard, but tastes like kale, but you can use the stems like chard). 337 more words


Cacao Nib & Frangelico Cheesecake

Cheesecake. If you are lucky, you know it well: if you are luckier, you know it in it’s smoothest, creamiest form.
But maybe you know cheesecake as being crumbly, or lacking flavor, in the name of cutting  1,073 more words


The Classic Cheesecake


I think that alone should be a reason to continue reading ;)

Confession time. I used to hate cheesecake when I was younger, and then slowly over the years I came to love it. 175 more words

Natural Candy Store Website Launches CleanCandy, the First Hard Candy Made With Fair Trade Sugar

“We envision our CleanCandy® assortment replacing the artificial junk in candy dishes and on reception desks across the country — at doctors’ offices, restaurants, hotels, schools, and homes.” 489 more words

Vegan Eats

Pasta with Crispy Breadcrumbs and Broccoli

First harvest – broccoli, kale, spinach, and some bolted bok choy. Time to start cooking from my garden again!

When I think Geoffrey Zakarian, kid-friendly dishes is not what comes to mind. 396 more words