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Aug 21

Sushi Salad

Taken from the Moosewood Cookbooks, with some alterations. 1 cup sushi rice 1 3/4 cups water blanched veggies: such as carrots, red peppers, cucumbers, avocado toasted sheet of nori 2 tsp wasabi toasted sesame seeds salad greens Sauce: 1/3 cup rice vinegar 2 Tbsp

Dec 6

Khvorost (aka “Vodka Crispies”)

How can you not love vodka crispies?  Russians can make food from vodka! Ingredients: 1 cup milk 3 egg yolks 3 cups flour 1 tablespoon vodka small block of butter, melted oil powdered sugar To make: Add all ingredients but the sugar to

Dec 4

Eggy Cauliflower

This is really onl good hot and fresh, but it is made of awesome when it is. Ingredients: eggs flour cauliflower pieces (boiled or steamed) To make: Crack eggs in a bowl, add flower until it’s a nice batter, but

Dec 4

Potato Chowder

On cold nights in Uzbekistan, I would make this, as there really was nothing to buy at the market. Ingredients: 1 large onion about 1 lb of potatoes 1 cup milk 2 tablespoons butter 4 cloves garlic flour to taste: salt, pepper

Dec 2

Passover Macaroons (kosher for passover)

This is actually a recipe from my friend Alyssa, that we made when I went to her house for Seder. Ingredients: two 13 oz packages of coconut 1 can of sweetened condensed milk 1 tsp. of vanilla To make: Hand

Dec 1

Raspberry Jam

This is a cooked version of jam.  You can also make it “fresh” by leaving out the cooking part, and it’s still delicious Ingredients: 1-1 ratio raspberries and sugar some hot water To make: Crush rapberries in a pot