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  • Non-Alcoholic Piña Colada

    I have been spending this week of the summer down in Delray Beach, Florida. We've been having tons fun soaking up the sun. A few days ago we drove three hours to Marco Island which is on the other side of Florida by the Gulf of Mexico. We were there to go kayaking in a mangrove forest. We rented from a great company called Paddle Marco.  With tour guide Ryan, from Rising Tide, which was awesome. In our private three hour tour, we saw wild dolphins, crabs, sea urchins, tons of ...
  • Peanut Butter Cocoa Pebbles Treats

    It's time that I tell you all about the insane week I just had! So if you've been following me on Snapchat (Username: EitanBernath) then you know that I have been in Orlando having the time of my life. I have been at a waterpark, swam with dolphins, went to Harry Potter world, got driven around in a limo, flew on first class, and sleep in a huge three room suite. But what you didn't know is why I was there. It all started on one lazy Sunday morning while I was eating my bowl of Cocoa ...
  • Diego’s Guacamole

    This past week I have been interning at my favorite restaurant, Salsa Metsuyan. It was super cool to see what its like to work in a restaurant kitchen. I spent a lot of time learning from one of their cooks named Diego. He really knows his stuff. He is like a walking encyclopedia of Mexican food.  It was such an amazing opportunity to learn from such a knowledge and friendly person.   As past of my time at the restaurant, I was to come up with a fish taco to add to ...
  • Lemon Garlic Hummus

    Making your own hummus is way easier than you'd think! You can totally soak your own dried chickpeas to make hummus but it saves so much time just using canned chickpeas. It tastes way better than store-bought and is so easy to make. You can dip pita chips, veggies, or really anything into it for a yummy snack. Click here for an amazing Crudités Bar with this dip. I hope you enjoy making your own hummus at home. I encourage you to mix in all different interesting ...
  • Non Alcoholic Watermelon Mojito

    It doesn't need to be five o'clock somewhere to have this drink! I just graduated 8th grade this past Wednesday which means summer vacation is in full swing! What's a better way to start the summer, then with a nice cold drink. It is super fresh and will surely cool you down from the hot sun. Best of all, it's alcohol free so everyone can enjoy it. But I did add an adult option of tequila if you're more of a purist. (And over 21!) I made this for company on Shavuot. Everyone ...
  • Brown Bag Muddy Buddies

    I have to warn you. If you are on a diet, you might not want to make this! This is probably one of the most addicting snacks I have ever come across. Trust me, I am a huge snacker. I would know. There is just something about the combination of peanut butter, chocolate, Chex cereal, and powdered sugar that is magical. Once you have one, you won't stop reaching for more. It's just that good. Now you might be thinking that it takes a lot work to make such an addictive ...
  • Huevos Rancheros

    Today is the day that we appreciate mothers around the world.  I am so fortunate to have such an amazing mom! She is so supportive of my whole cooking career . I know you might find this hard to believe, but I was a very picky eater for years so she had to be super patient with me.  Who knew I would end up being a foodie?  I love her to the moon and back! So Mother's Day is a great occasion to serve a festive brunch. This is the best Mexican breakfast for you to make for ...
  • Salsa Verde

    Happy (Almost) Cinco de Mayo!  Passover has just ended and I'm already getting ready for Cinco de Mayo. It is only 5 days away! I like to celebrate the Mexican National holiday by eating Mexican food on the day and even all week long.  Quick Fact: Cinco de Mayo (Or "The Fifth of May") is celebrated because of the the Mexicans' victory against the French army at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.  I love salsa! It is one of my favorite ...
  • Mediterranean Beet Dip

    People tend to be afraid of cooking with beets. First off you need to roast them which takes time and they stain everything. There is no need to worry anymore! They now sell precooked beats that you can just pop into whatever you are making. This has made cooking with beets so much easier. You can dip pita chips, veggies, or really anything into it for a yummy snack. Click here for an amazing Crudités Bar with this dip. If you love the flavor (and color) of beets but don't ...
  • Basic French Macarons

    Happy Passover! (And Earth Day!) My favorite dessert to make for Passover is French Macarons. They are the delicate cookies with a crunchy exterior and weightless interior. They have a marshmallow-like, chewy texture in your mouth and are filled with everything from cream cheese to chocolate ganache. It has become a favorite in my house after I began making them a few Passovers ago. I also make sure to drop some off to my friend Ben's mom, who loves them! If there...
  • Berry Pavlova

    Why does my birthday have to fall out on Passover?!? Don't get me wrong. I love having a birthday in April. There is almost always good weather on my birthday. But the big downside of it is that every few years my birthday falls out on Passover. I love Passover. It might possibly be my favorite holiday. But that means that I can't have a cake or go out for dinner for my birthday. I happen to not be the biggest fan of cake. But it still is annoying. But as everything in life, I ...
  • Chicken Scaloppini with Mushrooms

    Yay! Time for another cookbook review! Passover is just over a week away and that means it's time for a cookbook review! This book, The New Passover Menu, is written by my friend, Paula Shoyer. You may know her as "The Kosher Baker". She is the author of two other baking cookbooks, The Kosher Baker and The Holiday Kosher Baker. Last Passover Paula published a third cookbook for Passover.  It is full of amazing recipes that don't seem like they are adapted for Passover. ...