Kosher Cooking Carnival #41: From Matzah to Lasagna

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.

Without further ado I present the recipes:

anything kosher!

A Simple Jew presents Tayvos Achila & Achila D’Kedusha posted at A Simple Jew. This is an interesting discussion of practical tips to avoid overeating.

muse presents Down, Down, Up! posted at me-ander, saying, “It’s about kosher kitchen planning. Plan with Pesach in mind.”

A Mother in Israel blogs wonders whether Pesach leads to wasting food.


RaggedyMom presents Pesach Chocolate Chip Bars posted at RaggedyMom. She makes Pesach for the first time and is already sharing recipes.

diet food

More dieting ideas from Batya, who presents Dieting On Passover, No Problem posted at me-ander.

Every day meals

Since we’re ready for some leavened food, Ilana-Davita presents Vegetable Lasagna posted at Ilana-Davita.

Mimi presents Eggplant and Techinah « Israeli Kitchen posted at Israeli Kitchen. Browse her blog for more recipes for Passover and the rest of the year.

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.”

mominisrael presents Chicken with Black Olives and Tomatoes posted at A Mother in Israel. Good hot or cold, for Passover and year-round.


Passover is over, but it’s never too soon to start thinking about next year.

muse presents Home For Pesach (Passover) posted at Shiloh Musings.

Mrs. S. presents Important questions posted at Our Shiputzim: A Work In Progress, saying, “Notwithstanding the title, this post is really a recipe for a non-gebrochts broccoli kugel.”

muse presents Shopping For Passover posted at me-ander.

Ilana-Davita presents Israeli Potato Salad posted at Ilana-Davita, saying, “Fine during Pesach.”

Leora Wenger presents Recipes for Pesach posted at Here in HP.

G6 presents Strawberry Fluff – The Recipe and the Ritual… posted at Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner.

muse presents Passover Cooking and a Present posted at me-ander, saying, “You can tell people to a-file it away for next year b-cook it with left-over matzah It’s always good.”

Ben-Yehudah presents Jealous? posted at Esser Agaroth. Here he brags about the inexpensive kosher for Passover products available in Israel that cost a fortune elsewhere.

Elisson presents POPEYE PIE posted at Blog d’Elisson.

Ookami presents fish, chicken and cholent recipes at Pesach Cooking 2009 posted at Insanity now, serenity later. See his comments here for more ideas.

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.

Shira Abel of Tchochkes presents Cauliflower Quiche.

Ilana-Davita reviews two recipes, including my chicken with tomatoes and olives above and a cooky recipe by Mimi.

A Simple Jew presents A Subconscious Complaint about matzah posted at A Simple Jew.

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.

Technorati tags: kosher cooking carnival, blog carnival.


  1. Thanks for your hard work and for including my posts.

  2. These look great! I’m so ready to cook regular food again! Thanks for the inclusion!

  3. Nice job. I ending up talking about Pesky’s new logo (thank you, Pesky, for taking on this task). I love the phrase because of the song, but then it brought up for me the whole “How much meat should we eat” question. So I blogged a few paragraphs in my link to your KCC:

  4. Great job! It’s hard to believe that Pesach was only a week ago.

    Thanks for the link.

  5. Wonderful job. Thanks for hosting.

  6. Really well done, MiI. Thanks to this edition, I discovered a great blog, Food History and the links on it – great reading! And thanks for mentioning my recipe.

  7. Jew Wishes says

    Thanks for all of the links, and the hard work.

  8. Glad to see I made it. Nice work.

  9. B”H

    Thanks for hosting, and thanks for the link.

    Just so that your readers don’t get too turned off from reading my post,…it contains a bit more about Pesah in Israel than junk food.


    Kosher Cooking Carnival #41 Is Up!

  10. mominisrael says

    Sorry about that!Everyone go and read his post.

  11. No apology necessary. It was certainly fine what you said.

    Didn’t you catch my winking smiley?


  12. always so much fun to read. i can’t believe i didn’t post anything food related this month. i’ll have to work on that. i have a new pancake recipe….


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