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Miriam Szokovski

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When I first started seeing “smoothie bowls” cropping up all over the Internet last year, I couldn’t understand why it was a “thing.” I’ve been eating smoothies out of bowls for years! Does it really need its own recipe? But they’re fun and easy and color...
This is one of those deceptively simple dinners that you can make quickly, but looks fancy and tastes delicious. This recipe is super simple. You’re basically just making a spice rub and searing the steak on both sides. Cooking times vary depending on how...
It’s that time of year again, when cheesecakes galore are popping up all over the place. To be honest, I am not cheesecake’s biggest fan, but this recipe is one even I enjoy. The actual cheesecake is lighter, with a slight lemony undertone, and the fresh ...
The holiday of Shavuot is almost upon us, when it’s traditional to eat dairy foods, and these cheesy stuffed shells definitely fit the brief. For the filling, I sautéed some onion, garlic, shredded carrot, celery and mushrooms, and mixed that in with rico...
I’ve been wanting to play around with miso for a while, and I recently chanced upon it in a local grocery, so this miso-maple glazed London broil came to be. The glaze is easy, delicious, and can be used on meat or chicken. Probably fish too, but I haven’...
Until recently I had never made falafel from scratch. For some reason I thought it was extremely complicated, fiddly and time-consuming, with only mediocre results, but I’m happy to report that I was entirely incorrect. Once I started experimenting, I dis...
Preparing the Seder plate items can seem overwhelming, but it needn’t be. Although there are six or seven different components, none of them are particularly complex. Here I’ll explain what each element represents, how it’s prepared and when it’s used. Fo...
Kosher for Passover
This Passover dessert excites me! It is a far cry from your typical Passover dry sponge cakes and icy sorbets. The idea began percolating in my mind a couple of months ago, and after quite a bit of rethinking, testing, fixing, refining and retesting, I ca...
Kosher for Passover
Fine, I’ll say it . . . Passover begins in less than three weeks! Now that that’s out of the way, we can talk about this kosher for Passover lemon chicken. I’ve poured the lemon sauce over juicy chunks of fried chicken mixed with very lightly sautéed vege...
I was so pleased with how my savory dairy hamantaschen came out, I decided to have a go at these meat ones. I used the same pulled beef recipe that I used for the sandwiches and tacos a few weeks ago, so if you have leftover meat filling, you can try one ...
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