Wednesday, December 28, 2011

The "Sorry It's Late" Tevet Kosher Cooking Carnival

According to Israeli time, I'm already a day late to present this Chanukah, Rosh Chodesh Tevet edition of the Kosher Cooking Carnival, but for some of you it's still evening of the "right day."

The Kosher Cooking Carnival is a monthly blog carnival I began quite a few years ago already after a recipe blog carnival rejected my post, because the edition's theme had been ham/pork. I don't think that carnival still exists, but we're doing fine, B"H. It's a real Chanukah story. The weak against the strong. The Jewish People are thriving with an independent country and those Ancient Greeks are just Ancient History.   Next month's edition, Rosh Chodesh Shvat, January 25, will be hosted by This American Bite.  You can submit your post about any aspect of Kosher Food and Kosher Cooking via blog carnival, and if you'd like to host an edition or have a question to ask, please just contact me.  There is also a facebook page, which you can join if you "do" facebook.



Now for the show!

anything kosher!

Lisa Rose presents How to Stock a Healthy Kosher Pantry (and Kitchen) posted at Real Food Digest.

Emily Segal presents African Peanut Soup posted at Triumph Wellness, saying, "A luscious Peanutty Twist on standard Orange Soup! Soup is parve so good for Shabbat too."

Emily Segal presents Non-dairy Baked Nut Cheese posted at Triumph Wellness, saying, "Finally a sliceable "cheese" for the lactose-intolerant and for meaty-meals! This beauty is made with 4 simple ingredients, no soy, nothing artificial, all yum."


desserts


Yosefa Huber presents Israeli Treats: Crembo, Sufganiot, and lots of chocolate posted at Cooking Outside the Box, saying, "A look at three of Israel's seasonal goodies."

Ben-Yehudah presents Carnival Of Krembos #1 posted at Esser Agaroth.

diet food



Batya presents "Potted Vegetables," Always a Hit and Diet Friendly, Too posted at me-ander, saying, "and good for everyone, not just dieters"


Kris presents How Many Calories in an Apple? posted at Kris Health Blog, saying, "How many calories in an apple? Almost all the calories in apples come from carbohydrates, mainly the simple sugars glucose and fructose."


Every day meals


Jay3fer presents (Ancient) Egyptian Feast! posted at Adventures in Mama-Land, saying, "The quickest way to a homeschooler's heart is through his or her stomach... and it also happens to be the most delicious way to learn history!"

rutimizrachi presents Breakfast at Chez Mizrachi posted at Ki Yachol Nuchal!, saying, "Kale, kale, the gang's all here! (If you can't be punny once in a while, you're not grandparent material.)"

This American Bite presents Gluten Free Corn Bread posted at This American Bite.

Batya presents Frying Pan "Lentil Stew" posted at me-ander.

Yosef presents Smokey Chipotle 15 Bean Veggie Burgers posted at This American Bite, saying, "Even though the nine-days are far from upon us, this is a dish I am going to be sure to repeat over and over again! If you're looking for a filling, meat-free dish for dinner, these smokey chipotle 15-bean burgers are the solution."

Ilana-Davita presents My Latest Favorite | Ilana-Davita posted at Ilana-Davita.

Halacha

Batya presents Coffee Out KOSHER, Keep it Simple and Don't Get Comfortable posted at me-ander.


Jewish Shabbat and Holiday food

Batya presents Baking Challah, Really Easy, So Simple. Anyone Can Do It posted at me-ander.

Mirjam Weiss presents Chanuka, oh Hannukkah posted at Miriyummy.

danielle presents Gingerbread Dreidels posted at Baleboosteh - A Day In The Life.....

Leora Wenger presents Create Salad Dressing with Olive Oil - Chanukah in Highland Park posted at Here in HP, saying, "Happy Chanukah! Have an oily, delicious, healthful salad"

Tali Simon presents Vanilla-glazed cinnamon spice donuts posted at More Quiche, Please, saying, "These donuts are deliciously accented with fall spices, making them the perfect throwback to autumn before we head full-force into winter. Perfect for Chanukah...or any day you need a donut!"

danielle presents A Simple and Delicious Latke Recipe posted at Baleboosteh - A Day In The Life.....

Restaurant or Cookbook Reviews

Batya presents "Hayo, Haya," Those Were The Days posted at me-ander.

PS Yes, I'm included in third person, because I've used the BC instacarnival, just spicing it up with some pictures.  It's that easy to host an edition of KCC, so don't be scared to volunteer.  I'll coach you through it.
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of
kosher cooking carnival-kcc using our  carnival submission form.
Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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11 comments:

Baleboosteh said...

Nice job as always - loads to read, thanks Batya! :)

ilanadavita said...

Thanks for the great job and for including my post.

Leora said...

Beautiful edition - thanks for the link and for KCC in general.

rutimizrachi said...

Lovely edition, Batya! Thank you for the link, and for posting the work of such interesting writers.

This American Bite said...

Thanks for including me, and I am looking forward to hosting next month!

Sarah Likes Green said...

yum :)

Batya said...

I must thank all of you. KCC belongs to all of you.

Esser Agaroth said...

Thanks, Batya, for hosting and for including my Carnival of Krembos!

Batya said...

EA, my pleasure

Emily Segal www.TriumphWellness.com said...

Thanks for including me. Lots of great looking links to click!

Batya said...

emily, thank you!