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Passing Over Passover

What holiday isn’t better with chocolate? Orange cardamom chocolate truffles with a dairy-free option for your kosher for passover desserts planning

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Tasting Jerusalem March 2014 – Cardamom

Cardamom, a fragrant and versatile spice, is our featured ingredient for Tasting Jerusalem March 2014. This month’s recipes range from salads to desserts, highlighting the chameleon-like nature of this fascinating spice originating in India, but used throughout the world.

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Date and Walnut Thumbprints

Date and Walnut Thumbprints: An Intersection of Cultures in a Cookie

Learning about cultures through cookies including recipes for date and walnut thumbprints, hamantaschen, ma’amul, and koloocheh.

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Hummus and Pita

A Taste of Jerusalem: Beyond Hummus and Pita

Join me and Sarene Wallace for a demo and tasting of Israeli cuisine this Sunday March 9 in Los Gatos called A Taste of Jerusalem: Beyond Hummus and Pita

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French Fridays with Dorie

The Return of French Fridays with Dorie: Crepes!

Finally – my Saturday edition of French Fridays with Dorie returns with a virtual trip to Paris via a lesson in crepe making (can Nutella be far behind??)

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My Man Cookies

My Man Cookies – Just in Time for Valentine’s Day!

I didn’t make up the name but I did bake them – My Man Cookies might be just the thing for your man, woman, or kids just in time for Valentine’s Day

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blog anniversary cookbook giveaway

Four Year Blog Anniversary and a Pick-Your-Own Cookbook Giveaway

Celebrating 4 years of OMG! Yummy with a Pick-Your-Own Cookbook Giveaway – to enter all I want to know is your favorite OMG! Yummy post!

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zhoug

Tasting Jerusalem February 2014 – Zhoug!

February’s Tasting Jerusalem ingredient is an herby, spicy, green chili paste called zhoug. Spice up your meals w this versatile staple of Israeli cuisine.

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