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Welcome to Israeli Salad!I’m an American-Israeli mother who loves to prepare fresh, seasonal dishes (and few healthy desserts) on a budget in my small, Israeli kitchen with limited time to cook. Come on by for fool-proof recipes and a little food for thought.
Category Archives: Snacks
Pesach, Passover, is the holiday of freedom. Our ancestors were released from bondage in Egypt, and ever since, we slave away cleaning for a month before the holiday. 🙂 When applied to the kitchen, freedom could me explained in more … Continue reading
Matzah brei (matzah fried with eggs) is a standard hol hamoed Pesach (Passover) staple for many families. How it is served, though, comes in countless varieties. The matzah brei I grew up with, for example, was scrambled. In my husband’s … Continue reading
I am typing with a baby on my lap. In fact, most of the 38 posts I have written since I started this blog three months ago I wrote with a baby on my lap. He eats or climbs up … Continue reading
I grew up in a fiber-rich household. We ate bran muffins, not blueberry; Sorbees, not Skittles; macaroni and baked beans more than macaroni and cheese. At school, I sat across the lunch table from white bread with mayo and American … Continue reading
Last Thursday, kids across America checked if it was sunny enough for the groundhog’s shadow to send him back into hibernation. This week, in Israel, almond blossoms are pulling me out of hibernation. Until we discovered International Ice Cream for Breakfast … Continue reading