Broccoli and Cauliflower Latkes with Herbed Yogurt Topping, by Liz Rueven, Kosher like Me

While it’s traditional to serve potato pancakes during the eight nights of Chanukah, this recipe includes more nutritious, raw broccoli and cauliflower as the base. Frying in oil is non-negotiable, but these cruciferous veggies absorb less than potatoes. Yogurt topping, mixed with Middle Eastern spices and citrus, keep the flavors bright and light. Yield: 10-12…

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Tempeh Sloppy Jennas by Chef Jenna McPartland

This recipe is a great way to incorporate tempeh into a meal, especially for people who are new to this ancient protein. Tempeh is a complete protein, and since it’s fermented, it’s great for gut health. Loaded with veggies, smothered in tasty sauce, and served on a bun, this is a must-try weeknight dinner that’s…

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March FVC Program Recipe: Mise en Place, by Dave Lowrie

TRY AND HAVE ALL INGREDIENTS CUT AND PREPARED BEFORE COOKING SINCE THINGS COOK FAST! THIS IS CLASSICALLY KNOWN AS “MISE EN PLACE” (French for, “everything ready and in place”) PS: WASH HANDS OFTEN!! Amuse Bouche (French for appetizer, or “happy mouth”) Smoked mussels with horseradish mayo 8 – 10 oz smoked mussels (Canned are fine…

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