Food from Heaven!
Yes! Even after three weeks of Holiday feasting, we're still cooking and eating, gevalt!
How could anyone resist Baleboosteh's kosher pizza!? I'm sure it's tastier than any take-away! And it's beautifully illustrated including three satisfied customers.
Try the Velveteen Rabbi's Spicy blueberry-etrog jam, the perfect post-Succot treat.
Here are some interesting recipes, all using wine, from the OU's weekly newsletter.
This soup with sweet potatoes from care2 seems just perfect for winter.
Sarah sent the most delicious variety of Succa snacks; too bad I can't eat my computer screen.
I'm an old-fashioned girl, especially when it comes to popcorn!
Watch the kosher food ad.
From aish.com, we have Sukkot Menu -- Asian Style, looks great.
Here are two yummy recipes from Sadie, aka ezerkenegdo, Browned Onion Lukshen Kugel and Sweet Apricot Chicken Tzimmis.
"Recipes at random" offer a great variety of parve and dairy recipes, such as Mujadarra - Middle Eastern lentils and rice.
Here are a couple of really quick and easy recipes using a variety of pasta and left-overs.
I wish I had seen this article from the OU about Starbucks before my recent visits to the states. At least now I have a better idea of what is kosher there.
Here are some special foods for Rosh Hashannah. And here's some of the menu of our Simchat Torah Kiddush.
Read: Orthonomics' Sanity Saver.
We've been lucky to have a succah almost every year we've been married, not like Critically Kosher.
Here's a kosher update from The Kosher Blog.
Westbankmama is returning to Jewish soul food.
If you want an easy "one pot meal," try Vegetables & Meatballs.
Here's an interesting Daf Notes Discussion: Why Apples?
Here are a story and a couple of recipes from ynet.
Read this "classic" kosher food story from the Aliyah Blog.
Ezzie has a real job, and now he has been trying out the various kosher restaurants in mid-town Manhattan, and here's how he rates them. I'm sure that we'll be getting more updates from him, special for KCC.
On Jewschool, Everybody's writing about food.
And this is the most popular party food in Shiloh.
Soccer Dad has a kosher restaurant story, but it's not really about the food.
Does anyone remember that great kosher restaurant near Carnegie Hall? Funny things happened there.
That's all for this month. Please be sure to announce the carnival in your blogs; that way everyone gets more visitors. If you're interested in hosting an edition of KCC, please let me know.
You can also routinely send me all of your food links, whenever you post something that could be in the Kosher Cooking Carnival. And if you see something that fits the bill on another blog, please send me that link, too. Either send to shilohmuse at gmail dot com or to blog carnival, and at the same time you may discover other carnivals to visit and enter...