Macaroon Madness

For the Jewish holiday of Passover, there are many dishes that are considered essential to a Seder –– a feast that marks the onset of this holiday. Dishes may include Charoset, a sweet combination of fruits and nuts, gefilte fish, a poached mixture of ground deboned fish, or, my personal favorite, macaroons. Macaroons are a cookie-like treat that are […]

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My Favorite Granola Recipe

Today, I am going to convince you why you must try making my homemade granola recipe. 1. Granola is generally associated as a healthy snack or breakfast. However, store-bought granola brands… not so much. In fact, popular supermarket granolas tend to be quite oily, sugar heavy, and may also include unnecessary ingredients, including polyglycerols, corn […]

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Lazy Sunday Morning Pancakes

Since December’s theme of the month is Winter Wonderland, I thought it would only be appropriate to create a pancake recipe. Pancakes are arguably the best way to start a winter day — particularly on a lazy Sunday morning, which are practically created for a queen-sized pancake breakfast. Yet truthfully speaking, who really has the time […]

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Simple. Fresh. Delicious.

Sushi Rox

Sushi, as you may already know, is a wildly popular Japanese food eaten all over the world. It has exploded in popularity over the last couple of decades in North America, and the variations that exist are limitless: black rice sushi, rice crispy sushi, octopus sushi, cucumber-wrapped sushi, and even sushi burgers. However, thinking about […]

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