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  • Top 5 recipes of the week 15:

    Top 5 recipes of the week 15:

      Shepherd’s Pie and a Gluten Free Blog Hop from  Katherine Martinelli This time of year the weather can be fickle. Even in Israel, where it tends to be significantly warmer than my native New York, we still have the occasional cool evening and even the days aren’t nearly as hot as they will be. […]


  • Pumpkin, celery root and carrot salad

    Pumpkin, celery root and carrot salad

    I love when a breakfast is healthy and  nutritious, because it charges you for the day.  I love  the breakfast even more when you can prepare it fast. Summer time is very close and with it bikinis and days at the beach, so we all want to look healthy  fit and beautiful. This recipe is the […]


  • Roasted eggplant stuffed with meat and herbs

    Roasted eggplant stuffed with meat and herbs

    Roasted eggplant is my invention after looking through some old magazines and finding a recipe of zucchini stuffed with walnut and cheese. As I had lots of eggplant and some meat I decided to interpret the recipe in my own absolutely different way. The dish is not boring and may be finished on grill and served at […]


  • Simple cabbage salad

    Simple cabbage salad

    I used to get this salad in the kindergarten as a kid. It’s simple , yet nutritious. It’s considered that raw cabbage helps fight cancer cells, therefore you should eat it more often. Preparation Time: 5 minutes. Serves 2 pesprinkle the salad. ople. White cabbage shredded- 2 cups Carrot shredded – 1/3 cup Onion choppped- […]


  • Light cauliflower soup with chicken

    Light cauliflower soup with chicken

    This soup is light  and is a great comfort food. I like to have this warm soup for dinner after a very busy day.The best thing is that you can prepare all the necessary veggies when you have time (or buy the ready mix) and just enjoy the soup in 20-40 minutes. You can also prepare the […]


  • Tuna soup with beans

    Tuna soup with beans

    Tuna soup with beans. The idea of this soup belongs to my in-law, when she was was trying to fix  s soup fast. Originally it  was different, but I liked the idea, and in fact it’s a great anti-stress soup.  So i improved the soup a little and voila: the combination of creamy pinto beans […]


  • Aspic or meat jelly – famous Slavic Dish!

    Aspic or meat jelly – famous Slavic Dish!

    This dish is very popular in Slavic countries. I have never seen it being cooked in the US, but I know that in European countries is’s still quite popular. Historically, meat jellies were made before fruit and vegetable jellies. By the Middle Ages at the latest, cooks had discovered that a thickened meat broth could be made into a […]


  • Top 5 holiday vegan dishes. Pick yours!

    Top 5 holiday vegan dishes. Pick yours!

    Christmas is when you spend a lot of time with your family, give a lot of presents and cook  a lot of food. Even if you have a vegan or vegetarian family member or friend there’s virtually million of dishes you can treat them with. I chose my 5 favorite Christmas vegan dishes for the holiday table.I […]


  • Homemade Sauerkraut with cranberries! Easy in 1-2-3!

    Homemade Sauerkraut with cranberries! Easy in 1-2-3!

    I bet you bought sauerkraut in the closest supermarket to make hot dogs. It is sour…mmm, very sour, with lots of liquid in a bag…generally sauerkraut sold in stores aren’t to my taste, I guess you noticed it. And maybe there’s nothing wrong with, just I love sauerkraut with cranberries and onion and sunflower/or olive […]



  • Diet meatballs with rice and herbs

    Diet meatballs with rice and herbs

    Meatballs are traditional dish not only in Italy, but in many Slavic countries. The most popular meatballs recipe in Ukraine is”Fried meatballs”, but realizing the amount of cholesterol contained in this dish I prefer to cook braised meatballs with rice. I cook them in deep frying pan, so that they would be cooked through properly. […]


  • Top 3 Fall Soups

    Top 3 Fall Soups

     These three soups are the best comfort meal for the lunch in fall: it enegrizes, keeps you warm and boosts your taste buds. You can add lots of flavors to these soups by experimenting with herbs: basil, dill, parsley and others.   Vegetarian Pea Soup  Vegetarian pea soup is good those days when you want a […]