Home for Purim !

You're home for Purim seuda? Here are the Purim recipes you need! ( And here are more. ) Celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim in Queen Esther's homeland. Welcome to Persia!  This year, Queen in the Kitchen is home for Purim, creating an aura of nobility in the food as we prepare for a crowd pleasing Purim Seuda.

Join me as we enter ancient Persia, where it all began....

Purim Appetizer Recipes & Ideas

Garlic Twirls and challah rolls  studded with nuts and dried fruit  and served with Golden Olive Oil Dips

Kohlrabi Salad ~ The Best Ever Babaganoush

BeJEWeled Roasted Pepper Salad with cumin

Almost authentic Persian Stuffed Fish
a.k.a. Mahi-Ye Tu Por Ba Sabzi

A Persian Twist on Onion Soup 
Persian Onion Soup with cinnamon and mint

Exquisite (& easy) Purim Entrees

Leave the salads on the table and bring out the colorful main dishes:

Holiday Meat Roulade  ~  Zucchini Couscous

Butternut Squash Khoresht
~and quite a story to go with it, read on~

Perfect Purim Desserts

Aunt Beatrice's Tipsy Cake

Queen in the Kitchen Fruit Salad
~for Purim, replace the vanilla with Frangelico, yummm

Southern & Tex-Mex Themes for Purim on theKosherChannel.com

~Purim 2015/5775~

The Fast of Esther is Wednesday March 4
Purim begins at sunset Wednesday, March 4 and continues until sunset March 5  

In walled cities such as Yerushalayim and Shushan,
Purim begins at sundown on Thursday March 5 and continues until Shabbat begins
Chag Purim Samayech!

Cooking for The King by Renee Chernin ~ The book of Torah insights, recipes and practical tips designed to bring majesty to the mundane.

As featured in Mishpacha, the Jewish Press, Hamodia,  Yated & 5Towns Jewish Home

The Week's Favorite Recipes:

"Women are still coming up to me and saying how amazing the Demo was" Rivka in St. Louis (Eishes Chayil, Partners & JWRP)