In these times of austerity, Ashkenazi cooking has a head start on most. Read more...
These Chinese sesame toasts appeared in an article on food to fry for Chanukah Dec 19 2011 Read more.
Chanukah cooking with Hillfarm Rapeseed oils , appreared in JC on Dec 22nd 2011. These delicious biscuits are made with rapeseed oil which giving Chanukah the healthy twist on oily food!
This is a tasty starter that can be adapted for Pesach. Can be enjoyed hot, cold or warm so keep for Shabbat and other Yom Tovim too! See the full article and recipe. Read More
White chocolate desserts featured in a JC article in May 19th 2012. If white chocolate is your weakness, make sure you make this dessert ~ you will not be disappointed! Read More.
Read More.Using the patriotic colours of red, white and blue this is the perfect recipe for the Jubilee celebrations. See the full recipe in this JC article.
Summer Holiday dining – Avocado Gazpacho Holiday dining does not need to stay abroad, most ingredients we have here in the UK ~ so recreate your dish of the trip here in the UK. Read More.
Article in the JC on Parev ice cream. July 19th 2012 Non dairy ice cream can be a challenge. This ‘creamy’ frozen dessert camouflages the elimination of dairy products with the flavour and texture of coconut milk. Read More.
The December edition of Delicious magazine features my special Latke recipe as part of an article on Chanukah.Read more
Thursday 22nd September: The article discusses the celebrations of Rosh Hashonah for both Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jews. Read more
My Jewish Food Hero. This is about Wolfson Hillel Primary School and their team as I awarded them the food hero award for the best school lunches. Read More.
The JC 22nd April 2011 If you are looking for new creations with matza over Pesach, this article gives you suggestions for breakfast, lunch and dinner ~ with an exciting new recipe for matza museli, Italian matza salad and chicken lasagne to name just a few many recipes
The Jewish Cookery Recipe App is now available in a special American version. Over 300 recipes now have US ingredients and measurements and sitting on your iPhone or other phone, it provides the ideal way of finding inspiration and ideas whilst out shopping.
The App costs just $5.99 ( of which $2 goes straight to Meir Panim, the Israeli Soup Kitchen charity).
Meatballs have a slight twist according to where you live or what you have in the fridge. In Norway meatballs are served with boiled potatoes, gravy and loganberry j am. But in Korea they use chilli, soy sauce, ginger and lemongrass. Click for more
JC article. Fresh Cranberries are at their peak in December. They have great medicinal benefits as they are rich in antioxidants and are the perfect natural remdies for colds and flu. Cranberry juice manufacturers Ocean Spray have investigated in years of reserach highlighting their positive use. Tips for cooking and storing are included together with a recipe for roast duck and cranberry sauce. Click here for more
This JC article discusses the Chinese New Year with a great recipe for Bang Bang Chicken.
The Chinese believe that each food ingredient has either yin (cooling) or yan (heating) or neutral properties and that there is a direct correlation between the food you eat and the yin yang balance in your body. Season and weather also play their part. Heating food in winter reduces the yin; cooling food in summer counters the yan.