Are you a healthy modern Jewish cook?

If you live near me, here is an event for you!
Tasting Jerusalem
Celebrate Yom Yerushalayim with food!

Tuesday May 8, 2018 7pm $20
Beth Sholom in Potomac, MD
A Jewish Food Experience sponsored program

Pesach/All Holiday Printables are Here!

Welcome back to the insanity that is Passover (Pesach) preparation! Click the links below to see the Passover Preparation Printables I have for you. While these formats can absolutely be used for both everyday meal planning and every holiday planning, I use these specific excel spreadsheets for Passover. My ideas and resources can be used for any big meals-no need to be Jewish or observant.

One-pot wonders for Purim

These are all great family recipes, whether you celebrate Purim, are vegan, vegetarian or not. Who doesn’t want a warm, one-pot meal at the end of the day? …Especially when your kids are tugging on your sleeve to get to shul for Megillah and the all-important costume contest!

Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup (Vegan, Gluten-free)

If you think you’re too busy to create a 100% healthful, plant-based, gluten-free dinner, I have the solution for you! This vegan, gluten-free, healthy Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup is just what you are looking for. It is very forgiving and open to your specific spice preferences. Like curry more than the usual American savory? […]

Two Last Minute Recipes you Need NOW!

Hi, Friends. It has been too long since I last blogged. However, I have a lot in the pipeline that I hope will make up for it. First up, check out my latest blog for the Israel Forever Foundation. Enjoy fresh figs in an easy and impressive way! Fun with Figs Live link: https://israelforever.org/israel/cooking/fun_with_figs/ Second, […]

I Miss My Healthy Mamas!

Just a quick note to say hi to my Healthy Mama’s. I know I’ve been offline a lot lately as I gear up for two weeks of conducting the Healthy Family, Healthy You kids’ cooking camps. In addition, I’m busy planning my fall classes, which will now be every day for middle-schoolers; different from this past year when I taught elementary students once per week. I’m excited to incorporate more nutrition information and fun food writing into the cooking classes. It warms my heart to think I can help students make healthy decisions now and create life-long habits.

Easy last-minute 4th of July ideas!

I hope you are enjoying the holiday weekend. If you still need a couple of super quick tips, ideas and recipes for the fourth, I’ve got just what you need.