Green Shakshuka & 'Cook in Israel' Cookbook Giveaway
So happy to have Katherine back in this space with her new project as the editor and photographer of the self published book, Cook in Israel, by Orly Ziv who is of a Greek, Jewish background. I have known a handful Greek Israelis growing up. The parents were from Saloniki (Thessaloniki) and the father was a World War II labor camp survivor. Back in 2011 Katherine was gracious to write a guest post and give us a tour of Mahane Yehuda Market, in Jerusalem, along with a Hummus recipe. Katherine…
Be The Hostess With The Mostest With These Sausage And Cheese Squares
Add some Southern flare to your party with yummy sausage and cheese squares.
How to select, store and use eggplant - Not Enough Cinnamon
How to choose a good eggplant Pick... An eggplant with a green stalk a shiny and smooth skin a firm consistency no black spots and liquefaction Don’t pick... An eggplant with a withered or grayish
5 Types of Blue Cheese | Just A Pinch
1. Danish Blue Also known as Danablu, this creamy blue cheese is made of full fat cow’s milk and is semi-soft. Slightly moist with an edible rind, Danish Blue takes around 10 weeks to age. View this post on Instagram Summer grilling season is in full time swing and this Danish blue cheese […]
Benefits of Celery, Nutrition Facts, Recipes and More - Dr. Axe
Celery is an excellent source of antioxidants and beneficial enzymes, in addition to vital vitamins and minerals, which provide many health benefits.
Simple Tips for Microwaving Artichokes
Learn the trick to cooking tender artichokes in the microwave and get serving tips for having great results with this cooking method.
It's time to get your fungus knowledge down with this mushroom infographic
Everything you need to know about choosing, storing, cleaning and cooking everybody's favorite edible fungus, the mushroom.
BANANA TIPS AND RECIPES - The Southern Lady Cooks
Did you know a single banana is called a finger and a bunch of bananas is called a hand? Just about everyone loves bananas. We put them in cereal, oatmeal, pies, cakes, cookies and breads. […]
Can You Use Still Use That Jar of Honey?
Wondering if your honey is still good? The simple answer is honey doesn't go bad, but there are ways to keep honey fresh and prevent crystallization.