Jul 202011
 

[Translate] The second feature of our brunch on Saturday was delicious savoury pancakes made with spinach, green onions and chillies. The accompanying lime-garlic butter was a perfect addition to the pancakes, but you could also serve it with a dollop of yogurt or labane. This is perfect for an elegant brunch for family and friends or a romantic breakfast for two. PrintGreen Pancakes with Lime Butter Serving Size: 3 to 4 from Plenty: Vibrant Recipes from London’s Ottolenghi by Yotam Ottolenghi For pancakes: 250g spinach, washed 110g self-raising flour 1 tablespoon baking powder 1 egg 50g unsalted butter, melted 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon ground cumin 150ml milk 6 medium spring onions, finely sliced 2 Click here to continue reading this post

Jun 062011
 

[Translate] Cheesecake and blintzes are probably the two most popular dishes that are served on the Shavuot table, but being me, I like to find at least one new dish to put on my table. One of the first recipes that caught my eye in Joan Nathan‘s new cookbook, Quiches, Kugels, and Couscous: My Search for Jewish Cooking in France, was a quick bread that had goat cheese, dried apricot and mint. The combination of the creamy goat cheese and apricots really appealed to me, and it was a simple recipe that could be made without much effort. I used sour apricots because I think that they give a stronger apricot flavor than the Mediterranean Click here to continue reading this post

Apr 092011
 

[Translate]   The tradition of an Israeli breakfast, which is similar to the Arab breakfast, began in the early days of the 20th century on the kibbutz. Kibbutzniks would go out to the fields at the crack of dawn to work before the heat of the day, and they’d return home at 9AM to eat a giant breakfast consisting of fluffy omelettes, fresh salads made with cucumbers and sweet tomatoes, hummus, eggplant salad, pita and other breads, and homemade jams. This hearty breakfast spilled over into hotels starting in the 1930s, and now you can have an Israeli breakfast at most cafes and restaurants. This Israeli tradition has become a weekend ritual in my home, Click here to continue reading this post

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