Month: May 2019

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Juicylicious Chicken Wings

Chicken wings

I’ve talked about this before, how much my family loves chicken wings. We have a whole bunch of recipes for wings and are always changing our minds which one we like best. This one here’s our current favorite, especially when served with quality mashed potatoes. Juicylicious Chicken Wings Yield 4 servings Ingredients 1/3 cup flour …

Main courses, Technique

Authentic Southern Fried Chicken the Kosher Way

Southern fried chicken drumsticks against white background

My kids already know that for every special occasion, I am happy to be called upon to make my famous fried chicken. This stuff’s da bomb. It’s as close as you can get to the real deal. I adapted a Craig Claiborne recipe from an old Cook’s magazine. Instead of soaking the chicken in milk, …

Parve, Technique

Picnic Ready! Easy Sweet Potato Biscuits

sweet potato biscuits

Gearing up for a recent family celebration to be held as a picnic in a public space, I wondered what to serve to accompany my famous fried chicken. I didn’t want to schlep plates and utensils. I wanted everything to be stuff you can eat with your hands. Then it hit me: the perfect accompaniment: …

Good for You, Healthy, Main courses, Parve, Technique

Slow-Roasted Salmon with Lemon and Thyme

Salmon roasted with thyme

After all that heavy holiday food, we could all stand for something a little lighter on the tummy. Something that says spring, like, for instance, salmon. This slow-roasted rendition leaves the fish mouthwateringly juicy and full of bright lemon flavor. Slow-Roasted Salmon with Lemon and Thyme Yield: 4 servings Ingredients: 1 1/2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive …