Party Animal Discriminated in a Contest

This is not one of my cats, Beautiful People, but isn’t he gorgeous? Read on, and please remember: my book is only a click away at amazon/author/koolkosherkitchen. Source: Party Animal Discriminated in a Contest – Katzenworld

The True Alfredo

Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
This is one of the most exciting events that have ever happened to me. Statistically, the chances of something like this happening are so minuscule as to make one believe in pure coincidence. I don’t believe in coincidences, though, so I think there is a message here somewhere. A few days…

Penne Tofu with Impostor Alfredo

Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
Where do newlyweds go on their honeymoon? To all kinds or romantic places, right? And what is more romantic than Rome, where even the word romantic comes from? Imagine a legendary couple (the term celebrity wasn’t trendy yet), both of them world famous movie stars, “America’s Sweetheart” and “The King of…

Appreciate What You Have!

Originally posted on Lasting Joy Club:
Are you doing your homework, Beautiful People? Are you actively concentrating on recalling and reliving the experience when you felt calm and relaxed? Are those details coming back to you now? Our next Lasting Joy club meeting is on Tuesday, February 27th, and we will have remote access, so…

Not Exactly Nutella

February is a National Chocolate Lovers Month, according to Foodimentary.com, and today is a World Nutella Day.  This recipe is adapted from Kirbie Cravings, and it is one of many dessert recipes that use Nutella as a main ingredient. I was first introduced to Nutella chocolate spread in Italy, way before it crossed the ocean and…

Smile!

Originally posted on Lasting Joy Club:
Permit me to introduce you, Beautiful People, to an 11th – 12th century Persian mathematician, astronomer, and poet Omar Khayyam, whose idea of happiness is almost verbatim the title of Zelig Pliskin’s book Life Is Now (today’s word prompt is PERMIT https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/permit/). Before I share with you the video of…

Rebecca Katz’s Magic Mineral Broth

Originally posted on The Purple Almond:
Hello everyone! I know I promised that I’d be back today, however, I had something come up, which may take up the rest of this week. So, I decided to repost one of my favorite recipes. This broth is just the thing for this time of year. If you’ve…

Welcome!

Originally posted on Lasting Joy Club:
Thank you for joining us on our journey, Beautiful People! My name is Dr Dolly, and I am thrilled to be with you, and to join you in spreading loving kindness and joy to the world! In conjunction with http://www.happinessclub.com, hosted by Chabad Chayil, we had the first meeting of…

The Golden Soup

Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
King Midas had a daughter called Marigold, and he loved her more than anything, and he wanted to give her the best, the finest, the fanciest, and the most expensive things in the world. That required lots of gold, and even though he had plenty, there is never a limit to…

Finnan Haddie – a Moment in History

A beautiful poem by Ellen Winter came to me via amazingly creative blogger Judy of the awesome lifelessons.  Go visit her blog, Beautiful People, and be impressed, amused, and delighted with her whimsical poetry and art! Meet the adorable couple, Ellen and her boyfriend Fred: Enjoy Ellen’s poem that actually contains the recipe for a…

Fake Napoleon by Request

My husband (AKA The Boss) requested Napoleon. I obliged, but cheated. Presenting a lip-smacking, but totally Fake Napoleon, by request: I had a leftover of Phyllo dough, about 6 -7 sheets. I thought it would be enough, and it was. The trick is to mist each sheet with oil before placing the next one on…

Happy Birthday, Trees!

Originally posted on Israeli Salad:
Giveret David is shaking a little blue and white box with the letters JNF on the side. “Tzedakah!” We hear stories from her many years spent in Israel, about kibbutz life, halutzim draining the swamps, planting trees, and singing “zoom gali gali,” and dancing the hora wearing triangular sun hats…