Articles Posted in the " cooking " Category

  • Radish and spring onion salad

    Radish and spring onion salad

    Radish and spring onion salad, what can be better? I didn’t know that this salad may be so delicious until I tried it myself. After long and cold winter different salads with lots of vitamins are exactly what we all need. Raw winter daikon radish contains isothiocyanate anti-oxidant compound called sulforaphane. Studies suggest that sulforaphane has proven role against prostate, breast, […]



  • 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 […]


  • Blogger of the week: Heather from “Who needs a Cape?”

    Blogger of the week: Heather from “Who needs a Cape?”

    This week our Blogger of the week is Heather from “Who Needs a Cape”. I just LOVE the recipes that ladies share on their blog. It’s always something with a twist,  always something that you will want to try. Heather today actually presents two recipes: White Chocolate Cherry Cookies  mmm, nom nom who would refuse to have […]


  • Savory Roasted Chicken wings in ginger and lemon marinade

    Savory Roasted Chicken wings in ginger and lemon marinade

    Ginger and lemon marinade is one of my favorite ones this winter . Flavorful and spicy, sweet and sour, this marinade for chicken will make the most picky eaters fall in love with it. Serves: 4 people Preparation time: 145 minutes Cooking time: 25 minutes For the recipe you will need: 1 lb chicken wings […]


  • Savory Napa Cabbage Salad with cheese and black olives

    Savory Napa Cabbage Salad with cheese and black olives

    This salad is very special: it is good to serve with pasta or with meatloaf. I love the sourness or pickles and the fiery garlic in combination with earthy napa cabbage and rich black olives. It takes 5 minutes to cook and the experience is very enjoyable. I love to serve it as a cold […]


  • Top 5 Valentine’s Day recipes of 2013

    Top 5 Valentine’s Day recipes of 2013

    Caramelized Cheesecake with Salted Cashew Praline When I saw this mouthwatering dish by Lisa from Parsley, Sage and Sweet I thought… this is it this is the cheesecake I absolutely need to have in my Top 5 Valentine’s Day recipes. It  so amazing you will want to cook it again and again.  Cheesecake and  caramel and […]


  • Sweet chicken wings in lemon-ginger sauce.

    Sweet chicken wings in lemon-ginger sauce.

    These chicken wings are the great, hassle-free solution for any party. You don’t need to spend a lot of time preparing them and you don’t notice how they vanish! Seriously! People: 4  Ingredients: Chicken wings – 4 lbs Ginger – 1 count Lemon- 3 pieces Soy Sauce – 2 cups Honey –  4 tablespoon Salt – […]


  • 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 […]


  • Zucchini patties

    Zucchini patties

    Zucchini patties are cooked by my grandmother every time I visit her at a village house during the summer. I love them for the lightness and at the same time for their rich flavorful texture. These zucchini patties may be even great in vegetarian sandwiches. For the recipe you don’t need a lot of time […]


  • Austrian Apple strudel

    Austrian Apple strudel

    Apple strudel is the best of the late summer-early fall goodness. You can buy puff pastry at your local supermarket or cook the puff pastry dough yourself it’s very simple, although a little bit time consuming. For this apple strudel I made the dough myself. The recipe for the dough you can find here, as well […]