Category: Kaufman’s Kitchen

Summer Eats

Sweet Potato Home Fries Craving a bag of chips? Quick, make some home fries! Certainly these are a better choice of starch because of all the vitamins, minerals and fiber in sweet potatoes — almost a “guilt-free-binge.” From The Passionate…

Party Time

The year is filled with occasions to entertain and, as the weather in the Metropolitan area gets nicer, I have found I do more and more of it, especially eating outside. For me, that means serving new and interesting dishes or…

Great Dishes to Welcome Spring

Lobio Pkhali This recipe (a cross between a salad and a relish) is from one of Gil Marks’ books, Olive Trees and Honey: A Treasury of Vegetarian Recipes From Jewish Communities Around the World (Wiley). This book showcases an authentic…

Spring Recipes

It’s never too early to start planning your menus for Passover and Easter. Here are some recipes from new books that will add easy, delicious dishes to your holiday table. Artichoke and Lemon Spread Another delight from Carol Dearth, well…

New Year, Healthful Beginnings

Green Beans With Cashews The Complete Arthritis Health, Diet Guide & Cookbook by Kim Arrey (Robert Rose www.robertrose.ca) offers educational chapters on understanding arthritis, managing it, a diet program, and wonderful recipes that will help reduce pain, control inflammation, increase or…

A New Start for a New Year

The year is filled with occasions to entertain, whether it’s a Sunday football lunch, summer cocktail party or intimate holiday feast. But now, it’s cold! I need comforting and comfort foods as I wait for dpring and warmer days. It is…

Holiday Time is Upon Us

No sooner are you recovering from Thanksgiving, then it is time to start planning and cooking for Chanukah and Christmas! As you know, I love things that can be made ahead and frozen, especially before holidays. Here are some great cookies…