• George Bernard Shaw

    "There is no love sincerer than the love of food"
  • Cesar Chavez

    "If you really want to make a friend, go to someone's house and eat with him... the people who give you their food give you their heart"
  • Virginia Woolf

    "One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well"
  • Julia Child

    "People who love to eat are always the best people"
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Kovalsky’s Broccoli Kugel

We know you have been waiting for our next post so here it is: This kugel is delicious! Our friend Jordan Kovalsky (featured on left) introduced us to the recipe as sophomores and we’ve been hooked ever since! It’s super easy to make and is always a big hit with all of our friends (especially … Continue reading

Aunt Julie’s Kugle (Parve or Dairy)

Every Yom Kippur, Elli looks forward to one thing at break-fast – her Aunt Julie’s noodle kugle!   Elli recently realized she did not need to wait for Yom Kippur to eat the kugle, she could just ask her aunt for the recipe. Well, here it is in all its glory!   Aunt Julie’s Noodle Kugle:   … Continue reading

Fried Rice

This is a recipe Elli invented herself. Amanda approves and often request it for chicken dinners. Its so simple anyone could do it! And it is one of the first things Elli likes to share with newbies who are afraid of cooking! Its so good, and it seems to give them confidence. It can be made parve … Continue reading

Curried Quinoa with Chicken and Peas

We are always looking for ways to make our quinoa dishes more than just a side! And we are always looking for easy one-pot meals and this dish does it for us! A few months ago we were both craving curry and this just came across Elli’s path online. She happened upon it on Tastespotting, and then was … Continue reading

Thai Turkey Burgers with Broccoli Slaw

When I first made this recipe for Amanda she was apprehensive. “Thai food and turkey burgers do not go.” As a matter of fact they do–very well! So well that Amanda can’t imagine turkey burgers any other way!! I found this recipe on Tastespotting (my place to go for mouth watering food pics and recipe links). The picture of these burgers … Continue reading

Susie’s Eggplant Parm

This eggplant is so delicious! It’s one of those dishes that everyone loves, and you keep going back to. You don’t even feel that guilty eating it because it’s baked and not fried. It’s a bit time consuming, but definitely worth the wait! We first discovered this recipe Junior year, when we cracked open Susie Fishbein’s newest … Continue reading

Our version of “authentic” Italian Meatballs

These meatballs are adapted from our friend Laura, she is a real Italian, and taught us her Grandmother’s recipe over a year ago! Since then we eat them regularly! Everyone loves these delicious meatballs and they are super easy to make at school or at home! We did make a slight alteration to the recipe  It traditionally is … Continue reading

Quinoa – What is it and how to make it?

To us Quinoa is essentially the substance of our lives. It tastes like a grain and works like a protein- what could be better? It’s relatively new to the U.S. diet. This makes it a bit intimidating for newcomers. But have no fear: it’s delicious and easy to make! Ingredients: 1. 1 cup of Quinoa 2. 2 cups of liquid (Water, … Continue reading