Kosher Cooking Coming Right Up

I am very happy to host this month’s Kosher Cooking Carnival, started and maintained by Batya.

Juggling Frogs indexes the recipes appearing in Carnivals 1-22  . For the rest of the Carnivals up to now, click 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, and 30.

Therapydoc has a very good post about emotional issues and weight, and the push to supersize that is wreaking havoc with our calorie cosumption.

 For starters, Mottel presents Basement Salad posted at Letters of Thought. Cute salad, with some interesting facts… Leora has her own take on a carrot salad, originally posted by Ilana Davita…and she shares an interesting cabbage salad for those of you who like strong flavors. Does Gush Katif grow bug-free Napa cabbage?

Batya describes her afternoon in Jerusalem, with a lovely culinary experience but a decidedly negative olfactory one. She also shares a new recipe for a new pan.

If you have ever wondered what natural cooking is, just follow this link, appropriately posted by the naturalcooking blog! Dave also has a post about vegan cooking.

Rita gives us a weight reducing tip, and the Vegetarian Frugal Housewife has a great couscous recipe. Go to Valueforyourlife for more vegetarian ideas.

If you have some ripe tomatoes, Ilaana has a great recipe for you. 

Leora shares a wonderful cake recipe, (pictured above) and relates the dangers of leaving the finished product while there are hungry boys around. For another great recipe, try this carrot cake.

Need a simple supper tonight? Check out some of SuperRaizy‘s ideas. This sorbet looks complicated, but it is very simple too.

Batya discusses whether or not everyone eats dairy foods on Shavuot. I share an alternative to cheesecake for a dairy dessert here.

For those of you feeling beef deprived after Shavuot, Treppenwitz has a great post. I am not a big beef eater, but I was salivating at the picture….and if chicken is your thing, then try these great chicken patties.

And last, but not least, for those who like salmon, Elisson has a recipe here for gravlax.

B’Tayavon!
 

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15 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. ilanadavita
    Jun 29, 2008 @ 14:26:31

    Great job! Thanks for linking to my blog. I’ve just “advertized” KCC there.

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  3. Leora
    Jun 29, 2008 @ 16:29:46

    Thank you for hosting! Delicious recipes. I enjoy seeing my long-ago-eaten cake pictured once again. Look forward to making the Curried Mushroom Couscous.

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  6. Value For Your Life
    Jul 01, 2008 @ 23:09:41

    Thanks for including my series of vegetarian cooking. Great carnival!
    Sincerely,
    Amanda

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