Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Kosher Cooking Carnival (KCC) Tammuz edition

I'm pleased to announce the Tammuz 5772 edition of the Kosher Cooking Carnival! This is my first time hosting, and I am so happy to be able to join in!

Check out all these great (kosher) blogs! Although not all of these blog posts have recipes, they are all related to Kosher food, and that usually makes for good reading!


Healthy Food
Batya writes about baked vegetables and changing to healthier eating habits in Who Said It's Hard to Eat Healthy?

Emily shares a really intriguing recipe for Vegan Turkish Kofta Kebabs

Chaviva shares her Healthy Mac & Cheese recipe

Yosefa shares her Vegan Eggplant Parmesan (Yum! Need I say more?) 

Yosef shares a vegan Warm Polenta and Chick Pea Salad (that I am going to have to try one day soon, but of course, with homemade polenta, and home-prepared chick peas!) 

And of course, my post for this carnival: Whole Wheat and Flaxseed Crackers, these have been a really big hit at my house this month! Give 'em a try!

Jennifer shares her recipe for Pareve Pink Fluff (ok, so not anything I would make. But to each her own)

Mrs. S. shares her recipe for Genache Covered Brownies (very decadent!)

Jennifer at Adventures in Breadland shares PIECAKEN. (A sugar laden creation that will not be entering my home, so don't get too excited everybody)

Homemade Bread
Jennifer gives some tips about making homemade hamburger buns in Nice (burger) buns!

Stretching food
Pesky Settler shares her recipe for chicken pot pie in Being chicken

Something Different
Yosef recommends Green Shakshuka (and I admit, shakshuka has never called me, but green shakshuka looks good!)

Miriyummy shares her recipe for Baked Goat Cheese and Pine Nut Blintzes.

Anything Kosher!
Marc shares some of the "secret" science of cooking in Citric Acid and The Science of Meringue

Amital shares her strategies for getting through Shabbat when an unexpected emergency gets in the way, in Emergency Shabbat meals kit (freezer/cupboard version)

Batya shares her thoughts about whether the origin of a food should impact its kashrut status in Kashrut Politics, Not Very Kosher and Not Always Healthy

Don't miss out! Have your post included in next month's KCC, hosted by Cooking Outside the Box 

Please submit your posts using the blog carnival submission form or email your links to

If you would like to host, contact Batya or join the KCC Facebook group


  1. This looks good. I didn;'t realize you had to submit beforehand but I'll join in next month. Thanks for these posts meanwhile.

  2. Thanks for sharing my links (even if you wouldn't eat them yourself... ;-))

  3. Great job, and thanks for the link! Shabbat Shalom!


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