Oct. 19, 2010 5:26 am
Updated: Oct. 19, 2010 4:55 pm
After much diligent searching, pleading, and translating, I have FINALLY (95%) compilied every recipe I and my family has used. To my surprise, after printing them out and inserting the pages into document protectors, I had to use two 1 1/2 -inch ring
binders to contain the decedance. I am…
In the modern times of fast food and synetic fibers, I want to bring back the art of "homecooked meal." WHO'S WITH ME? If Donna Reed had a kosher cookbook which she followed, she'd be my fan. If you are able to eat and live well, everything else is extra credit! You have to start from the inside out, and I feel that by revisiting the art of homecooking you are doing exactly that.
My favorite things to cook
Korean foods (and chocolate) are my weakness. After living in Korea for 5 years, I have enjoyed a lot of what they have to offer. Do Bok Gi is to die for. Try it out with your next Asian-inspired meal. Also, all things kosher, minus gefilte fish, the WORST invention... EVER!
My favorite family cooking traditions
If someone was cooking, the entire family would be in the kitchen right along with them, not because we had to but because food and family go hand-in-hand, plus, cooking is a form of free therapy.
My cooking triumphs
Not burning or charring everything I cook... I frequently multi-task.
My cooking tragedies
Kneeding challah dough for too long, resulting in a carb brick.