Warm your soul roasted butternut squash soup My husband and kids are big into soups. They could each have soup every night of the week and be happy. My son is traditional with chicken soup, heavy on the carrots, my husband will take anything that’s salty with meat and my daughter likes color. For her … Continue reading Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
I love challah. As a little girl I would tunnel my way through a whole challah. Literally borough my through still I could wear it like an oversized cuff bracelet. (I know a little gross sorry) Well as I grew so did my love of carbs. Limiting carbs is not something I enjoy, but for … Continue reading Easy One Bowl Challah
Whether your holiday meals are grand affairs for no less than 30 people with five courses, or the six of you and whatever you can slop together, the holidays tend to be a time of anxiety for the non-planner. I'm here to help with that and get some healthy, delicious, easy and show-stopping food on your … Continue reading The Unorganized (Disorganized?) Guide to Holiday Preparation
How to Use Up Leftovers: Purim Candy Cookies If your house is anything like mine, you are still wading through what feels like a never-ending pile of leftover Purim candy and nosh. This recipe will put some of that candy to good use. It's even simple enough to enlist the kid's help! It infinitely customizable, … Continue reading Purim Leftover Cookies (ie Candy Crush Cookies)
As a self-proclaimed "Purimaholic," I get super excited running up to the holiday. Themed shalach manot, coordinating family costumes, and even explanatory poems to expand upon the family's coordinated effort theme all feature in our home. Yeah I’m that gal. So what's a more fitting way to launch my blog than jumping onto the hamentaschen-hack … Continue reading Pretzel-Taschen!!!