- Follow Israeli Salad on WordPress.com
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.
Tag Archives: Salad
“A land of wheat and barley, and grapes and figs and pomegranates, a land of oil-olives and (date) honey.” (Deuteronomy 8:8) Everyone in Israel agrees that Tu B’Shvat is a time to eat fruit. What type of fruit varies from … Continue reading
Mothers need to eat, too. Just because not everyone in my family appreciates roasted eggplant, roasted red peppers, bulgur, chickpeas, scallions, tomatoes, avocado, roasted garlic, and balsamic vinegar shouldn’t mean that I’m stuck eating macaroni and cheese four times every week. Okay, … Continue reading
Success in life is all about balance, right? I was lying in bed with my two-year-old at 6:40 yesterday morning (because she was crying at 6:38), dreaming about salad. After eating too many “Emergency” Cookies this week, all I wanted today was a … Continue reading
Ten minutes, start to finish, in one bowl with all the major food groups. You can’t get much more instant than that! My tuna couscous salad is usually made with a bowl of couscous pulled out of the fridge after … Continue reading
Winter has finally drifted in to my sunny city, and it’s totally soup season. The wind is blowing umbrellas inside out, and the kids are blowing their noses all day. I’m getting out the big pots, ready to warm up … Continue reading