This delicious and cheap potage might not be famous, but it certainly should be! My friend Liza came over this morning to teach my son how to make a tasty, easy, nutritious and cheap soup for his first year away at university, and we decided to document the proceedings. I can just picture this thick soup […]
Robbie Burns Night is always a great time to get together with friends and enjoy an evening free of our wonderful children! Here are some photos, including one of the famous tartan kippa from New Brunswick. We bought three. We may buy more. Every Jewish house needs tartan kippot! If you missed the haggis recipe, […]
Originally posted on Manat Yerushalmi:
A butternut squash eyed me accusingly from the vegetable bin. Intended for a soup, it had proven surplus to requirements and, as often happens in households across the world, seemed destined to end up discarded. I really can’t abide waste and decided that the best thing for it was to…
Saturday marks the 255th birthday of the great Scottish poet Robbie Burns, and as such, we are celebrating a Burns Night with a group of friends. Every Burns Night needs three things: good Scotch whisky (single malt, please), incomprehensible poetry, and haggis. What is a haggis? You may be afraid you asked. A traditional haggis […]
Time to start drooling For some amazing recipes, with amazing and enticing photographs, check out my friend Michal’s blog, Vegetarian Food Designs from the Land of Milk and Honey. But don’t blame me if people start knocking at your door asking you to make extra for them!