Welcome to the 41st edition of the Kosher Cooking Carnival, founded by Batya of Me-Ander. Below is a list of previous editions. Write to Batya if you would like to host.
#25 #26 #27 Thanks Gillian-Food History #28 Thanks Little Frum House #29 Thanks Mother in Israel #30 #31 Thanks West Bank Mama #32 Thanks Soccer Dad #33 Thanks Leora-Here in HP #34 Thanks Risa-Isramom #35 #36 Thanks Baila #37 Thanks Leora #38 Thanks Ilana-Davita #39 #40 Thanks Material Maidel
A Mother in Israel blogs wonders whether Pesach leads to wasting food.
Every day meals
Annette Berlin is back, presenting Crustless Broccoli and Cauliflower Quiche posted at Craft Stew, saying, “I invented this pie during Pesach, but it’s so good and easy, we will be eating it all year long.”
Passover is over, but it’s never too soon to start thinking about next year.
Jessica Bernstein presents A peek Into My Kitchen: Rafi’s Matzah Brie and A peek Into My Kitchen: Nut-Free Charoset posted at peek a blog.
Leora Wenger managed to get Stuffed Squash for Pesach with bits of Matza and Mushroom posted at Here in HP.
Restaurant or Cookbook Reviews
Yisrael Medad presents Hungry Jerusalemites line up for a taste of Grandma’s cooking – Haaretz – Israel News posted at My Right Word, saying, “seems like it’s a cook-out in Machaneh Yehuda.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of kosher cooking carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page. Please help publicize KCC by linking to this post on your own blog.
Next month’s issue will be hosted by Gillian of Food History.
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