Monthly Archives: March 2010

"Mom’s" Matzah Ball Soup

Tweet This is part one of the 4th Annual Passover Sedar, my mom’s matzah ball soup. I suppose that everyone has their own variation for this delicious soup, and this particular version is one that I have enjoyed for several … finish reading "Mom’s" Matzah Ball Soup

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Fourth Annual Passover Sedar: Preview

Tweet Each of the past three years, my friends and I have gotten together for an informal and fun Passover Sedar.  We go through the story, do the main portions of the hagadah, toast several glasses of wine and have … finish reading Fourth Annual Passover Sedar: Preview

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Corned Beef and Cabbage Stew

Tweet Yea. this recipe is a little late, but its still an Irish-American dish worthing have in your repertoire. I made this on St. Patrick’s Day, but I make it on occasion I make at other times. What’s nice about … finish reading Corned Beef and Cabbage Stew

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Steak Fried Rice with Asparagus

Tweet Did you make too much rice last night? Don’t know what to do with it? Now you do. Fried rice is the perfect dish or side dish when you have a bunch of leftover rice. Its usually a bit … finish reading Steak Fried Rice with Asparagus

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Ginger Baby Bok Choy and Nappa Cabbage Stir-Fry with Sauteed Tofu

Tweet Here is another edition of clean out the fridge of my aging veggies. Ok, not really aging, but needed to be cooked before they took a turn for the worst. To be perfectly honest, this dish was a bit … finish reading Ginger Baby Bok Choy and Nappa Cabbage Stir-Fry with Sauteed Tofu

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French Bread Eggs Benedict with Asparagus

Tweet Just a few weeks ago I posted a recipe for Eggs Benedict without the sauce. Since then, I’ve been dreaming of a delicious eggs benedict with hollandaise sauce. This morning I made the mistake of watching a cooking show … finish reading French Bread Eggs Benedict with Asparagus

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Phở Bo – Vietnamese Noodle Soup

Tweet I remember the first time that I accompanied several friends to Pho 75. I had never had any Vietnamese food before, at least that I could remember, and Phở (pronounced Fuh) really seemed like a glorious meal. A huge … finish reading Phở Bo – Vietnamese Noodle Soup

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