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. ...

Breakfast Potato Hash

If you are the type of person that eats a bowl of cereal every morning, like me, then you how disappointing the cereals are on Passover. So this year my goal is to make great breakfasts, every morning of the holiday. One dish I am planning on making is this super easy Breakfast Potato Hash. It's full of potatoes, peppers, and onions. Yum! It is fully Kosher for Passover but is also great for all year round!

Meet Naomi Nachman

Yay! It’s my second post in “People I Love’ and I am super excited to introduce you to my best foodie friend, Naomi Nachman, aka “The Aussie Gourmet”! She is a personal chef, recipe developer, food writer, cooking instructor, and radio host. We met each other at Kosherfest two years ago and have been best friends since. As I mentioned, we met at the CKCA Cooking Competition at Kosherfest. Naomi was one of judges. At the competition we instantly became friends. More than a year ...

Spice Crusted Fish Tacos with Pineapple Mango Salsa

It’s officially April. Summer is right around the corner. That means it time for fish tacos! These fish tacos are a great way to welcome in the warm weather. They are super fresh and healthy. It will have you wishing you were on a beach in Mexico sipping on some lemonade or a margarita for the adults!  My favorite way to eat fish is in a Taco! There are so many ways you can make it. You can fry the fish, bake it, sear it, grill it. I especially love this taco ...

Salsa Metsuyan

Teaneck needed a great kosher Mexican joint and we finally have one! When I heard that a Kosher Mexican joint was opening in Teaneck, I was super excited. I love Mexican food and my only way of eating it was to make it. Now don't get me wrong! I love making Mexican food at home, but its fun to try new dishes at a restaurant.  So shortly after it opened we went to give it a try. When we walked in the smell and ambiance of the restaurant alone ...

Jalapeño Cheese Crusted Soft Pretzel

My favorite after school snack is a hot, soft pretzel. It is my favorite way to start my evening. I usually just heat up the frozen ones in the toaster. But occasionally, I like to make some pretzels from scratch. They taste much better when you make them yourself! They are also super fun to make.  My favorite way to top off my pretzels is with some Sincerely, Brigitte Jalapeno Cilantro Cheese grated on top.  It really elevates your normal soft pretzel to a fun ...

Gluten Free Hamantashen

A super yummy, gluten free Hamantaschen recipe! In my house, making Hamantaschen is an activity that includes the whole family. It is one my brother's favorite time to be in the kitchen! Every Purim we make Regular Hamantaschen and Gluten Free Hamantaschen for my mom. (By the way, my mom isn't gluten free by choice. I know it's trendy now to be gluten free. But I can assure you my mom definitely doesn't think so!) You can fill these with whatever you like. That's ...

The New Yiddish Kitchen By Simone Miller and Jennifer Robins

Around the time I decided to start my "People I Love" section on my blog, I also decided that I would love to start doing cookbook reveiws and giveways more often and hopefully monthly! I really love promoting other awesome foodies out there that love cooking and food as much as I do! So I started to look around online to see what were the cool new kosher cookbooks that were coming out. Right in the top ten was The New Yiddish Kitchen by Simone Miller and Jennifer Robins. After ...

Shakshuka

Around the time I decided to start my "People I Love" section on my blog, I also decided that I would love to start doing cookbook reveiws and giveways more often and hopefully monthly! I really love promoting other awesome foodies out there that love cooking and food as much as I do! So I started to look around online to see what were the cool new kosher cookbooks that were coming out. Right in the top ten was The New Yiddish Kitchen by Simone Miller and Jennifer Robins. After ...

Laham Abjeen Hamantaschen

For the past month I have been trying to come up with a new Hamantaschen recipe that no one has done yet. Easier said than done! The kosher bloggers community has come up with every possible Hamantaschen recipe you could possibly think of. So I really had to put on my thinking cap to come up with these Laham Abjeen Hamantaschen.  There are so many awesome Hamantaschen recipes on Kitchen Tested and Kosher in The Kitch!  Laham Abjeen have always been one of my ...

Smores Party Bar

Smores Bar!!!! Soo yummy! What is more fun than roasting marshmallows and making smores on a freezing cold night? I have so many memories of making smores in my fireplace through my childhood.  That is why they are one of my favorite treats!  This Smores Party bar is a great idea if you are having people over for a party and you want to do something little different. It's also great just for your "family fun night"! It's a yummy and interactive dessert for any ...

Meet Melinda Strauss

I’m kicking off a new feature here on Cook With Chef Eitan, and it’s all about some of my most favorite people in the entire world. Since my episode of Chopped aired, I’ve been able to meet some insanely fantastic people in this awesome foodie community… and it’s time that you know them too! So at the start of every month, beginning now, I am going to introduce you all to another awesome person I’ve met on my crazy journey in the culinary world. I’ll introduce you to ...