Lentils for Parshas Toldos

This post is dedicated to all the mom's who spend Friday working (or running errands because they spend every other day working) and are just now starting to cook Shabbos. No worries, this soup takes 10 minutes prep and about a half hour to cook. I can’t promise this soup’s worth your birthright, but it’s … Continue reading Lentils for Parshas Toldos

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Almond butter dressing makes everything taste better

I opened my fridge this week to make a big ol' salad only to find nothing but napa cabbage and a diced raw beet. And then I spotted a container of almond butter dressing leftover from the day before. Mmm...this dressing is so good it can even make iceberg lettuce taste gourmet. Toss it over … Continue reading Almond butter dressing makes everything taste better

Lentils for Parshas Toldos

I can’t promise this soup’s worth your birthright, but it’s pretty good. We eat it every year on Parshas Toldos in honor of the soup that Esau sold to Jacob. It happens to also be easy, fast and incredibly cheap to make. Esau could have saved himself a lot of trouble and made it himself. … Continue reading Lentils for Parshas Toldos

Monday night miso

My cupboards are still bare, post Yom Tov, and my fridge is looking even worse. That's the typical state of affairs around here on a Monday, which made last night the perfect evening for miso soup. It's just about the easiest soup I make and includes ingredients I always have in stock. I buy miso … Continue reading Monday night miso