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  • 05/08/11--09:50: Chopped Liver
  • Feliz Cinco de Mayo, friends! As I have mentioned before, I love holidays. And El Cinco is up there in my list of favorites- give this girl a maraca, tub of guacamole and obligatory fake mustache and you have made me one happy Jew. But in case you are tired of noshing on chips and …

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  • 06/12/11--07:00: Cheese Blintzes Casserole
  • Despite this blog, I would not call myself a religious person (just your average bacon eating, schnoz wielding Jew), but I do relish in following traditions, both of a religious and secular capacity. From the super fun (albeit mildly dangerous for a stereotypically risk-averse Jew crew) hora at a wedding, to the hoarding of Manichewitz …

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  • 08/28/11--07:00: Vegetarian Chopped Liver
  • Way back in the day when I made legit chopped liver, I entertained all you vegetarians with promises of mock chopped liver to delight and inspire. Well, I am certainly no liar (except when my local grocer offers up a student discount. It is not my fault I have the youthful good looks and sparkling …

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    Can you believe it’s May already? Me neither! I’m still writing 2011 on checks (and yes I am still writing checks too). Part of the reason time may be flying is that I keep going on trips to visit friends. But what can I say, I love it! This past week I scurried over to …

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  • 05/14/12--05:13: Sabich Eggplant Sandwich
  • This week is my very last week of culinary school classes. I can’t believe it! I have enjoyed (just about) every minute of school, and am going to miss it. Recently I started thinking about my history with cooking and food. Though I started out making cookies and cupcakes, now nothing makes me happier than …

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    Hope you kids had a happy Thanksgiving! I participated in a Thanksgiving Leftover Throwdown yesterday on Google+ (you can watch the replay above) which was a blast! Now I love a leftover Thanksgiving sandwich as much as the next girl, but in order to bring it to another level, I turned my turkey and accoutrements into a breakfast …

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  • 11/26/12--04:03: Potato Latkes Eggs Benedict
  • Did y’all have a great Thanksgiving? I sure did! A bunch of friends and I got together for a vagabond Thanksgiving linner of sorts, and then headed to campus to cruise for college students tailgate for the last University of Texas home game. I made lots of goodies- turkey, of course, my pear, pomegranate and …

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  • 11/30/12--07:20: And the Winner Is…
  • Last week I participated in a Thanksgiving Leftover Cook-off with Google+ where participants had to turn extra turkey and stuffing into something magical. (If you are interested, you can watch the video here.) It was super fun and all the participants dishes looked AWESOME. Afterwards, readers voted for the winner of the bunch, and the …

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    Okay I pinky swear this is the last recipe I will make with gribenes. At least for now. (I just can’t quit you schmaltz!) Next week I start up with Purim recipes, so tune in for cookies and glitter and magic! I know. I’m just as excited as you are. Should be a time. Not …

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    The post Perfect Omelette with Arugula and Gribenes appeared first on What Jew Wanna Eat.


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    Doesn’t it feel like it was just Passover and now it’s the middle of freaking June already? What the heck, right? When Gold’s asked me to create a few recipes using their Horseradish and Beets I was pumped because I love horseradish and I love beets and I love neon pink food! But I was... read more»

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  • 12/16/13--04:04: Egg Drop Matzo Ball Soup
  • Matzo Ball Soup meets Egg Drop Soup is just the ultimate comfort food! Perfect for Jewish Christmas or a cold winter day!


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    Caprese Shakshuka Breakfast Casserole! Eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce, topped with gooey mozzarella cheese and sopped up by crunchy bread.


    © 2013 What Jew Wanna Eat by Amy Kritzer

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  • 05/06/14--04:38: Green Shakshuka
  • Poached eggs in a spicy tomatillo white wine cream sauce? It must be Green Shakshuka time!


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  • 07/01/14--05:22: Tex Mex Sabich
  • Philly has cheesesteaks, Maine has lobstah rolls, San Diego has fish tacos and Israel has the Sabich!!


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    Smoked Salmon and Goat Cheese Quiche! It's like your favorite bagel toppings rolled into a breakfast treat. Well, another breakfast treat. You know what I mean.


    © 2014 What Jew Wanna Eat by Amy Kritzer

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  • 11/04/14--06:09: Cholent
  • Have you ever made cholent? There are about as many ways to make this slow cooked stew as there are to spell Hanukkah. As in, a lot.


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  • 02/10/15--07:08: Shakshuka Puttanesca
  • Israel meets Italy! No I'm not talking about falafel spaghetti (ew). It's Shakshuka Puttanesca!


    © 2014 What Jew Wanna Eat by Amy Kritzer


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  • 03/30/15--04:40: Manischewitz Poached Eggs
  • Manischewitz Poached Eggs! Shut the front door! (Except for Elijah...'cause you know.)


    © 2014 What Jew Wanna Eat by Amy Kritzer

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    My favorite breakfast ever, shakshuka, just got easier with Pantry to Pan! I made Shakshuka with Charred Chickpeas and Pickled Jalapeños in 20 minutes and even impressed myself.

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