Month: March 2020

Food Science

Food Safety During the Corona Pandemic

Cook sneezes over food in kitchen

Many of us are wondering how to be safe in relation to food and groceries during the global coronavirus pandemic. We don’t understand how it’s safe to bring in groceries or restaurant takeout without contaminating our homes and kitchens. We just have a lot of questions. The best article on this topic so far, is …

Tips

Corona Culinary Advice and Economy: What and Why to Cook During a Global Pandemic

bearded chef in apron, tastes soup from blue pot with wooden spoon

In normal times we go keto and restrict our carbs. During a global pandemic, however, you make do with what you have, and also cook together to keep from going stir (get it?) crazy. Here are some of our favorite culinary tips for getting through the coming weeks: Got leftover bread? Don’t throw it out: …

Desserts, Easy, Parve, Purim

Bourbon Balls (No Baking)

bourbon balls

Bourbon balls came to mind while brainstorming items to put in Purim gift packages (mishlochei manot or “shalach manos”). These fudgy, moist treats pack an alcoholic wallop. They make a lot at one time, and they look like you patchked for hours, but they’re the easiest thing in the world to make–you don’t even bake …