Tag Archives | Tasting Jerusalem

how to make and use pomegranate molasses

How to Make and Use Pomegranate Molasses – Distilling the Essence of a Fabulous Fall Fruit

Watch a one-minute video to learn how to make and use pomegranate molasses including 4 easy recipes you can add to your cooking repertoire right now.

Read full story Comments { 4 }
sumac, za'atar, nigella seeds  collage

October Unprocessed 2015: Ancient Ingredients For Modern Day Cooking

My sixth post for the October Unprocessed Challenge covers 3 ancient ingredients – za’atar, sumac, and nigella seeds – to spice up your modern day cooking!

Read full story Comments { 6 }
october unprocessed 2014

October Unprocessed 2014: How to Make Date Syrup

My guest post for the October Unprocessed 2014 Challenge! I show you how to make your own date syrup sweetener including ways to cook and bake with it.

Read full story Comments { 1 }
pumpkin pie granola

Pumpkin Pie Granola Sweetened with Date Syrup

Want to eat pumpkin pie for breakfast without guilt? Make Pumpkin Pie Granola sweetened with all natural date syrup. Your yogurt will thank me.

Read full story Comments { 12 }
tahini

Tasting Jerusalem June 2014: Tahini Opens a World of Sesame Flavor

Tasting Jerusalem’s June 2014 ingredient is tahini. Learn how this versatile ingredient is perfect for so much more than hummus.

Read full story Comments { 12 }
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.

Read full story Comments { 14 }
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

Read full story Comments { 7 }
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.

Read full story Comments { 14 }

Pin It on Pinterest