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This American Bite
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Food writer and recipe developer with a focus on kosher, organic and local recipes.
Food writer and recipe developer with a focus on kosher, organic and local recipes.

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There was a time that I planned our entire weekly menu based around this blog. I had a wall covered in post-it notes, an editorial calendar and I checked my stats multiple times a day.  I spent my day browsing food blogs and messaging my foodie friends…

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Chicken Marbella Five Ways #ontheblog #koshercooking

I don’t hide my love of a good roast chicken dinner!  The chicken with roasted beets and kale recipe I …Continue reading →

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Kosher Poutine Recipe #ontheblog

Kosher poutine.  Surely that’s a contradiction? Those crisp golden french fries dripping with melted cheese, complimented with a rich, yet silky beef gravy. If you ask me, this is the ultimate comfort food. Not only is this poutine recipe kosher, it’s…

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Homemade Roasted Tomato Salsa in 3 Easy Steps

We always have a jar of salsa in the pantry.  Always.  It’s perfect to have on hand for a “cheat day” dinner of nachos, for spicing up your meatballs or for one of our family favorites, salsa verde chicken (seriously, our kids love this dish!).  It’s just…

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10 Wines To Enjoy This Passover

It’s my favorite time of year.  Not many food writers and kitchen aficionados say that in the weeks leading up to Passover, but it’s true.  I love the seder. Sure, there’s all that cooking and cleaning but it’s worth it when the family sits around the…

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    Last last week, I got a friendly reminder email from my good friends at KOL Foods who kindly supplied the duck for this recipe.  This recipe was due this recipe was due.  I panicked a little and I think I replied to that email saying something along…

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Growing up on the coast, we would eat a lot of fish.  Cod, halibut or plaice were often served for lunch at school, or dinner at home.  These light and flavorful fish are excellent choices for the British classic, Fish and Chips too.  Salmon, however, was…

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Before last week, I’d never spatchcocked anything.  Not a turkey, nor a chicken, but I did know that this technique that is a nice way of saying “removing the backbone and laying the bird flat” is always a winning recipe. By laying the bird flat, it cooks…

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It’s funny how “comfort foods” and “childhood memories” mean entirely different things for different people.  You ask me to name comfort food and I think of meatballs, sheperds pie or a winning chicken diner.  I don’t think of apple pie or cheesy…

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Turkey isn’t just for Thanksgiving.  Especially when you wrap it in bacon. Turkey legs are a great thing to keep in the freezer to add flavor to split pea soup, stocks or stews, but other than grilling or roasting them, I don’t do much else with them.…
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