July 21, 2008

Kosher cooking carnival #32 - the look but you better not eat edition

kosher cooking carnival - July 20, 2008







Welcome to the July 20, 2008 edition of kosher cooking carnival and since I'm putting this together on Shiva Asar B'Tamuz I'll call it "the look but you better not eat edition."

Judeopundit reports that Americans eating bagels to counter depression.

However Weight Loss Dude asks Why Don't You Just Eat Less?. and answers just because you eat fewer bagels doesn't mean that you'll lose weight.

However if you eat at the places me-ander took pictures of in I Can Blog Forever..., you will certainly gain weight. Lots of it.

Brain Blogger presents Food Additives, Hyperactivity, and Common Sense,
saying, "A BMJ editorial recently covered how the EFSA did studied how
some food additives lead to childhood hyperactivity. It was questioned
later that there wasn't enough evidence to back this up; the studies
were re-evaluated. The editorial mentioned that there is strong
evidence backing up two therapies for this problem: drugs and dietary
modification."

Ill call Baila solves a problem by calling in the experts in About the Tomato Sauce Thingie.....

me-ander contemplates Preparations  saying, "There's a sort of recipe here at the end. It just shows how creative and worry-free cooking can be. Nu?"

anything kosher!

Elder of Ziyon writes about a new Kosher cooking school opens in Brooklyn.

where you might like to study if you'd like to join SerandEz in hosting the BeyondBT/SerandEz Shabbaton 

but if you're going to be a guest not a host follow The Muqata جميل في المقاطعة's advice how to behave in Hosting Guests for Shabbat in Israel.


Juggling Frogs presents We're having oysters for dinner tonight! (*) but wait, hey, this is the Kosher Cooking Carnival! Whoops, read on: "adventures in growing mushrooms from a kit"

Juggling Frogs presents Cold brew coffee saying, "Great method for Shabbat, or for iced coffee. This method makes a "coffee essense" that can be diluted with hot or cold water."

Makes sense. (Ha!)

Here in HP traipses across the world In Search of Brown Rice. (psst! She's hosting next month edition.)

me-ander traipses the other way across the ocean Eating Out Kosher.

Rechovot: A Place to Expand presents Of Meaning, Pleasure, Liver, Ice Cream, Fasting and Kugel.Live and ice cream in the same post? This is the Kosher Cooking Carnival! Oh, they're difference approaches. And you don't have to wait 6 hours between reading each suggestion.

breakfast

Tip Diva presents Tip Diva | Top Ten Tip - Cooking Perfect Deviled Eggs saying, "Deviled eggs are the perfect party food - easy to make,
requires little, if any, cleanup, and can quickly be consumed without a
fork or knife. Here's how to make the perfect deviled egg" It looks easy enough that even I could do it.

desserts

How to Measure the Years presents Decadent Brownies. If a recipe has both words "decadent" and "brownie" in the title, it sounds like something I should recommend to my daughter.

Ilana-Davita. presents Banana Cake  No chocolate?

Here in HP presents Cookie Contest saying, "I'll put the answer up when I announce the KCC." Wait a second, I saw that photo before somewhere.

dinner

Here in HP presents Kid-Friendly Noodle Kugel. Make that "kind and heart friendly."

lunch

Ilana-Davita presents Asian Salmon. It probably would be a nice alternative for Gefilte Fish.

Life in Israel presents Life in Israel: Gishmak! corned beef and pastrami on rye with mustard!.

Before I go ... despite efforts at 6 braided Challahs and 4 braided Challahs, I'm still most comfortable with the standard 3 braided Challah.

3_braid_challah.jpg


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Comments

Thank you for hosting! Lovely array of treats. I've tried four braids on challah, and they looked silly. Thanks for introducing me to brain blogger...I can tell I will reading that one before putting up the KCC link.

Posted by: Leora at July 21, 2008 5:58 AM

Thank you; it is great. I hope you didn't lose a night's sleep!
http://me-ander.blogspot.com/2008/07/soccer-dad-puts-on-kcc-chefs-hat.html

Posted by: Batya at July 21, 2008 6:41 AM

Thank you, SoccerDad! It's a smorgasbord of delicious links!

That challah looks great. No matter how many strands, homemade challah tastes great, and disappears before the weekend's out!

Posted by: Juggling Frogs at July 21, 2008 8:15 AM

Nice job!

Posted by: westbankmama at July 21, 2008 9:23 AM

I never imagined that I would ever be mentioned in this carnival!

Thanks for the link.

Posted by: Elder of Ziyon at July 21, 2008 12:14 PM

I could go for that corned beef and pastrami on rye just about now, its time for lunch.

Posted by: Laura at July 21, 2008 12:22 PM

I love French toast made with Challah. I'd like a nice Monte Cristo right about now, but that would definitely not be kosher! Well, I am a gentile.

Posted by: Jewel at August 3, 2008 11:47 PM
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