As we are getting closer to Passover, with it’s heavy diet of Matzoh and potatoes, I am planning a variety of vegetable salads and appetizers, to offset the joint assault of carbs and animal proteins. Here is one of our favorites – enjoy, Beautiful People!
You can also find this recipe, as well as almost 400 pages of other delicious recipes and fascinating stories in my book, available both in hard copy and electronically at Amazon.com/author/koolkosherkitchen.
I can give you perfect proof that eating carrots will ensure perfect visual acuity – 20/20: have you ever seen a rabbit wearing glasses? Watch this:
Ah, Bugs as Humphrey Bogart, swilling carrot juice, “Here’s to you, baby!”
Carrots are so important to our health and so prevalent in every cuisine in the world that there is even a World Carrot Museum http://www.carrotmuseum.co.uk/ where you can learn all kinds of carrot facts, carrot legends, and carrot trivia. There is one carrot dish, however, that is named after a specific national cuisine – Korean Carrots. Interestingly enough, it is not really a Korean dish, that is , it doesn’t come to us from Korea. It is a staple in every Russian restaurant, especially those specializing in Central Asian cuisine, and is sold in many stores both in post-Soviet Russia and abroad. It was created by Koryo-saram, ethnic Koreans living in Russia, forcibly…
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