New series: Highlights from my favorite cookbook

This week I was very excited to get in touch with my favorite cookbook author, Sarah Fritschner. She has written many cookbooks and worked as a food writer for several newspapers, most recently as the food editor for the Louisville Times and Courier-Journal. Since 2009, she has served as the coordinator for the Louisville Farm... Continue Reading →

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What’s for lunch?

We are always looking for healthy ideas for things to put in our lunches. My husband and I often take leftovers from the night before, but there often isn’t enough for our older son and he wouldn’t be able to heat up any of it. We are fortunate that right now our three youngest get... Continue Reading →

(More) Make your own…

There are many store-bought products that are quite expensive if you consider how much cheaper it would be to make your own. They also often have chemicals and preservatives in them that we would rather not eat. When our boys (all four of them) were babies, we made our own homemade baby food by cooking,... Continue Reading →

Making your own challah

(Updated 3/5/17; Pictured above - my husband and my oldest son, then 3, making challah.) Making challah can be a very fulfilling mitzvah and is one of the major mitzvot for women. I admit, though, that during the last several years with me working full-time, I barely get to make challah at all. However, every time I do, I... Continue Reading →

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