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Miriam Szokovski

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It's customary to eat carrots on Rosh Hashanah. There's Tzimmes, which is very traditional, but I've enjoyed playing around with some alternatives like my (very popular!) Ginger-Infused Roasted Carrot Soup, and these sticky, orange-glazed baby carrots. Wh...
Summer’s inevitable demise is almost upon us, but there’s still time to make the most of all its glorious gifts, including the veritable cornucopia of juicy, seasonal fruit. If you find yourself with an overabundance of peaches, or some that are too soft ...
There's not much to say about this one. If you like good, fresh food, and clean, summery flavors, I imagine you'll enjoy it. The only thing I've left up in the air is whether to grill the pineapple or not. You'll be grilling the corn to add a charred flav...
This is my go-to cookie recipe, and I wanted to share it a while ago but I wasn't satisfied with the pictures, so I put it on hold. Now I've had a chance to re-shoot and I'm happier. You can make this with a hand-mixer or a wooden spoon. Towards the end y...
With Sweet Chili Dipping Sauce
After living, breathing, eating and thinking cauliflower for a couple of weeks straight, I’ve emerged from the haze with two new recipes up my sleeve, and just in time for The Nine Days—a period of mourning during which we refrain from eating meat and chi...
As you may have picked up by now, when it’s hot outside I am a staunch member of the Cold Foods Only club. This salad is one of my favorites because the earthy beets, rich nuts and salty cheese make it quite filling. The pear is fresh and sweet, and I’ve ...
It’s been far too hot to do any serious cooking lately, so I’ve been experimenting with some new cold dishes. This is certainly not my typical style of cooking, but I enjoy branching out from time to time. I think cold soups are an acquired taste. I’m not...
As the kosher cookbook market continues to flourish, it can be difficult to know which cookbooks are the right match for each home cook. From time to time I’ll be reviewing different cookbooks here, giving you a little glimpse inside each one, to help you...
There’s something about summer that just screams “pasta salad!” It’s perfect for those exceedingly hot and sticky days when no one wants to eat a hot meal. I have a couple of steady ones in my repertoire (have you tried my Greek Pasta Salad? It’s hands-do...
Absolute darkness, icy winds, and temperatures of -75°F (-60°C)… this is what a courageous Canadian air crew had to contend with on a daring medical rescue mission to the South Pole last week. Antarctica is a lonely place in the winter. Only a handful of ...
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