KCC: The Green Edition


The title of the month’s edition of kcc is not a reference to the environment nor to sustainable development but was suggested to me by the fact that most of the recipes included here are meatless. In addition, with Tu Bishvat only two weeks away, it seemed fitting to present numerous recipes and posts which might give you ideas to celebrate this holiday. This is my first kcc so I hope you will be tolerant of my probable mistakes and omissions.

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Batya started a diet over a month ago and has provided regular ideas and updates on her blog. If you feel you need to lose weight maybe you should follow her steps and start this diet; apparently this one works.
A Simple Jew’s wife reports how a conversation is changing her eating habits.
Shimshonit discovers that she adopted the MOOSHY principles years ago without knowing it.

Israeli Life

Chana, author of Food for the Soul, relates how she cooked for Shabbat under fire.
Mimi visited the only Buffalo Farm in Israel.
Mr and Mrs Baroness Tapuzina celebrated their second wedding anniversary in style.

More Stories

After cooking spices for a friend, Shtetl Fabulous wonders why some people are so crazy about hot food.
The parve Baker didn’t make the promised cupcakes but the apple cake she baked disappeared in no time.
Malka Esther explains how she manages to cater for different tastes for Shabbat while using only one crockpot.

Back to Blogging
Koshercuisine is not exactly a new blog, it was created in 2006, but had been quiet for months. Now Material Maidel is back with lots of wonderful recipes she shares with us. Check her pasta salad with broccoli and pine nuts and the twenty other recipes she has posted this month.

Vegetarian Cuisine

Mrs. S. prepared a lemon and cucumber salad for a bar mitzvah.
Proudmommyof4 finds and cooks interesting beans. While Mimi introduces us to ful ve-choumous: the Middle Eastern workingman’s lunch and experiments with potato and nettles omelet.
Hindy remembers an appetizing Mexican dish a friend once cooked and makes veggie enchiladas for the first time.
Ratatouille is is a traditional French Provençal stewed vegetable dish, originating in Nice yet the following recipe is provided by Leora from Highland Park.

Meat Dishes

Pesky Settler bakes a chicken-veggie pizza and Sarah at Frum Family has a recipe for Hungarian cholent. If you prefer something cold, Raizy suggests a nice little Shabbos salad.

For Those with a Sweet Tooth
Annette uses left-over challah for a sweet-challah-kugel.
Want to bake muffins? Shimshonit has a recipe for banana chocolate chip muffins, Pesky Settler brings us one for appfle strudel muffins and Phyllis celebrates Muffin Tuesday with pumpkin carob muffins.
But if you prefer chocolate, Tiffany of naturemoms urges you to try raw vegan chocolate brownies.

Last but not Least

Kcc wouldn’t be complete with some traditional Jewish recipes so Leora shares her recipe for matzo balls while I have added my favorite recipe for challah.

Batya is looking for hosts for next editions of kcc. To host a future edition, please contact her directly (shilohmuse at yahoo dot com).

A new carnival in the making: Batya’s also starting a dieting carnival. Posts about dieting (or hosting dieters) on Shabbat, chaggim, smachot etc are relevant and would be most welcome.


26 thoughts on “KCC: The Green Edition

  1. Thanks Leora. I tried to have the post ready before Shabbat and I have just added three more links and the thumbnails before putting the whole post up.
    I know I’ll have a busy day tomorrow so I wanted it to be online before going to bed.

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