~from Cooking for The King
~Start with refreshing~
Gazpacho with curry "cream"
~Two make ahead salad appetizers~
Roasted Pepper Salad
& "how to" video
This most requested recipe for
Sephardic Eggplant Salad can double as a warm or cold side dish
~My favorite fish recipes ~
Creamy Seafood Pasta Salad serves a crowd
and two easy
Baked Salmon Recipes
Here's a Pareve Caesar Salad
shh...they'll never know it's pareve!
~Colorful Pareve Sides ~
that make the most of the season's best:
Tex-Mex Ratatouille ~how about serving this with your
Mexican Shavuot Menu!
Sunny Quinoa Salad ~our favorite way to serve quinoa
The Best Israeli Salad Recipe ~classic, adaptable, delicious
Corn and Tomato Salad ~this salad/side dish says "Summer is here"
Fennel and Carrot Salad ~never made fennel? Here's all you need to know, you'll become a fennel fan today
Mustard and Lemon Braised Vegetables
go with just about any main course beautifully
Crunchy Zydeco Green Beans
have a vinegary kick and last a long time in the fridge, so make a lot and serve often. Pickle loving kids really like them.
Chocolate Cake, Cinnamon Rolls, Sepahrdic cookies, Tipsy Cake & more pareve desserts for Shavuos
As always, I like to end with this creative and simple dressing for
Linda's Fruit Salad
Shavuos is the time of "Bikkurim," bringing the first harvest fruits of the 7 Species to the Bais HaMikdash, in the heavenly days when our Holy Temple stood. May we once again, soon, merit to observe this mitzvah.
~Torah was given to the women first, as the Torah says, “ko tomar lebeit Yaakov vetageid lebnei Yisrael” in a kind a loving Voice. Kindness is the theme of Shavuos and cooking is a kindness we do for our friends and family.