Timely – Cooking Camp is Coming!

Summer 2021 is only 4 months away! I’m so proud of how well the kids did in virtual camp last summer. Let’s hope we can have in-person camp this year. I will be prepared to teach your children independence in the kitchen either way.
Please fill out this form by Monday, March 8, to let me know your availability and interest in both virtual and in-person Summer 2021 Cooking Camp.

Two easy, fun, healthy, and delicious, Tu b’Shvat ideas.

ruly, Tu B’Shvat is a reminder that among rows of processed products in the supermarket, Hashem has provided us with all the tastes we need, in natural and delicious forms. We have salty olives, sweet dates, and crunchy almonds. Scientists now tell us that some of the specific fruits of Israel, such as grapes and pomegranates, are especially good for our health and longevity.

New Holiday Recipe & 5 Healthy Gift Ideas

First, the Recipe! Actually two from me, plus a few others. I was honored to be included in the SHAMAYIM: Jewish Animal Advocacy 2020 Chanukah Guide. You’ll find my Orange Tofu two ways (in Chinese no-Chicken Salad and a Sticky Orange Tofu Chinese dinner for Hanukkah) and many other delicious recipes from the contributors.

An Edible Activity: The Thanksgiving Turkey Vegetable Platter

If you don’t want your kids to fill up on junky snacks before Thanksgiving dinner or they’re just making you nuts because they want to help but you’re too busy to figure out how they might do that safely and without driving you crazy, here you go.

Summer Corn Salad for a Refreshing Fourth of July

Summer Corn Salad

This Summer Corn Salad recipe will keep you feeling fresh and light this holiday weekend. This Fourth of July corn salad is good any time of year, but to truly appreciate the sweetness of natural, whole foods, one should eat them in season. Corn and tomatoes are best in summer. You can’t beat the ease […]