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February 12, 2014   •   admin

Olympic Eats: Hummus

It has come to my attention this week that I will never be in the Olympics. I hold my knee cartilage too dear for moguls, I slip and fall just looking at ice, and I refuse to sweep my apartment, so curling is just out of the question. But it’s okay. At least I can

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December 11, 2009   •   ariel

Kosher Chicken with Black Bean Sauce

I came home today and craved my favorite dish from my favorite Chinese restaurant. In Newton, there’s an amazing posh Chinese place called Bernard’s. Bernard’s is elegant and serves true Chinese cuisine. The best dish that they serve is that Chicken with Black Bean Sauce. It is served in a piping hot stone pot, almost

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October 20, 2009   •   ariel

Classy Eggplant Parmigiana

Today I want to talk eggplant parmesan. This is not eggplant parm that you pick up at the next door hoagie place. It is not too dry or too greasy. It is not deep fried in a vat of day old oil. It is also not covered in any sort of fake, Kraft sliver of

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June 7, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Nosh and Tell Journeys: Israel – Meatos Restaurant

Last Israel post! Sorry it’s taken me so long to get back to you all- I’ve been very jet-lagged. Anyway, the last thing I’d like to share is a review of a restaurant called Meatos. Danny suggested this restaurant as a treat for one of our final nights in Tel Aviv.  Meatos, known for its

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June 1, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Nosh and Tell Journeys: Israel – Street Food

Hey guys! Today I want to talk about the most popular Israeli street foods, Falafel and Shawarma. Falafel is a ball of fried chickpeas and or fava beans. They are typically wrapped in pita bread or a bigger pita called lafa. In addition to the delicious warm treat, the pita will also include hummus and

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May 29, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Nosh and Tell Journeys: Israel – Shuk Ha’Carmel

Hey guys. I know I gave a whole plan for all my posts but yesterday I went to this amazing open market in Tel Aviv called Shuk Ha’Carmel and I just have to blog about it. Soo the other stuff will have to wait! Ladies and Gentlemen, Shuk Ha’Carmel is the Mecca of food. The

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May 28, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Nosh and Tell Journeys: Israel

Hey all!! I’m still in Israel but I finally have access to the internet so I wanted to start blogging. Props to Whitney for her amazing posts while I’ve been away. She is the best blogging buddy ever. I’m so upset that I didn’t get to try any of those goodies. They looked delicious.  Anyway,

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May 17, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Rel’s Kosher Keepers: Sesame Chicken…for beginners by a beginner

Hey all! I’m headed to Israel tomorrow so I just wanted to post this Sesame Chicken recipe before I leave. To preface this post, I have never made sesame chicken before AND I didn’t really even follow a recipe to make this. I really just pulled an Amelia Bedelia and tossed in “a little bit

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May 12, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Rel’s Kosher Keepers: Asian Chicken and Orzo Salad

Exams are over and I’m finally home! What better to do than watch sex and the city and cook!! I saw an episode on the food network of Paula Deen making an Asian Chicken and Orzo salad and I thought that might be a fun thing to try- especially because I can make it kosher

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