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Miriam Szokovski

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Miriam Szokovski is the author of the historical novel Exiled Down Under, and a member of the Chabad.org editorial team. She shares her love of cooking, baking and food photography on Chabad.org’s food blog, Cook It Kosher.
Gluten Free & Kosher for Passover
This year I've gone super simple with my Pesach recipes, and in keeping with that theme, here's an oldie but a goodie: chocolate-covered frozen banana pops. It's literally as simple as dipping frozen bananas in chocolate and the toppings of your choice. I...
For some people these egg "noodles" will evoke all sorts of childhood Passover memories, but if you've never come across them, allow me to introduce you. Since flour-based noodles are out on Passover, many people make thin crepe-like pancakes out of eggs,...
Gluten Free
Last week's almond butter recipe was in preparation for this easy, 4-ingredient, gluten-free, kosher-for-Passover cookie. The best part about these is how easy they are and how well they freeze. If you want to fancy 'em up, you can melt some chocolate and...
Despite knowing how easy it is to make homemade nut butters I put it off for years. Last Passover I finally gave it a go, and I must concur with everyone who's said it previously—there's absolutely no comparison to the store-bought stuff. This recipe is f...
I've been wanting to play around with tofu for a while now, and a stir-fry seemed like a good place to start because there are so many other textures and flavors—the tofu is but a small part. I can't say I'm completely on board with tofu's texture, but th...
The Midrash tells the story of an elderly man who was observed planting fig trees at the age of 100. “Surely you don't expect to live to see the fruits of your labor?” questioned passersby. “Have not my ancestors worked for me? Why then should I not work ...
You may remember my fried cauliflower frenzy over the summer, where I mentioned that I had a second recipe to share down the line. Well, the time has arrived. The brightness of the lemon in this recipe is the perfect antidote to everything winter. You'll ...
This meal can literally be on the table in 15 minutes from start to finish. While I certainly wouldn't call it "gourmet", it's flavorsome and filling, and for an after-work-and-school weeknight dinner, isn't that what really counts? Best of all, it utiliz...
I've long sought the secret to perfect crispy-on-the-outside, buttery-on-the-inside, oven potatoes, and now that I have it down pat, I'm ready to share. It does involve one extra step: parboiling the potatoes before baking, but it's worth it! The other th...
Garlic bread is a quick and easy way to uplift any meal. Ingredients: 3 tbsp. butter 2 tbsp. olive oil 3-4 cloves garlic, crushed salt fresh parsley, chopped 1 large or 3 small baguettes Directions: Mix the butter, olive oil, crushed garlic, parsley and s...
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