Tag Archives: Koshersoul

Three Salad Dressings For the Summer

I am in total Grandma mode with my food and recipes these days…I am not really measuring, I’m cooking for love not for perfection…forgive me but its just the mood I’m in….im trying to sell a book đŸ™‚ So just … Continue reading

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Kosher Soul Food Feeds Truth to History | Atlanta Jewish Times

http://atlantajewishtimes.timesofisrael.com/kosher-soul-food-feeds-truth-to-history/ I love this piece. It was written by a fellow Jew of color and it shows! I felt authentically represented in my full self. Yay!

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Happy Rosh Hoshanah/5777!

http://myjewishdetroit.org/2016/09/michael-twitty-a-kosher-soul/ I’m probably praying right now, but enjoy this piece by Vivian Henoch about my journey from My Jewish Detroit, it even has a link to a recipe.  Happy New Year to my fellow Jews and to all Muslim friends everywhere … Continue reading

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Kosher/Soul Mac and Cheese Kugel

http://theweiserkitchen.com/recipe/koshersouls-mac-cheese-noodle-kugel/ Recipe is in the above link. I love macaroni and cheese and I love kugel.  This original recipe of mine, presented on Tami Weiser’s Weiser Kitchen blog, shows you how to fuse both soul and Ashkenazi Jewish cooking together … Continue reading

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Bringing Soul to Your Rosh Hashanah | The Weiser Kitchen

http://theweiserkitchen.com/bringing-soul-to-your-rosh-hashanah/ I am honored to share this guest blog post on The Weiser Kitchen!  It’s Rosh Hoshanah time! Here’s a great recipe for black eyed pea hummus.  Here’s an excerpt to whet your appetite: ” Black-eyed peas are a traditional … Continue reading

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The Latest Culinary Trend Is Centuries Old – MensJournal.com

http://www.mensjournal.com/food-drink/chefs-restaurants/the-latest-culinary-trend-is-centuries-old-20150417 Please enjoy this excellent piece by Daniel Solomon. I think you will find his discussion of my work, among others, a refreshing voice in the discussion on heritage branding. Greetings from Louisiana!

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Stories for Passover About Slavery, Freedom, Family…and Lice – Tablet Magazine

http://tabletmag.com/podcasts/189405/vox-passover-stories My contribution among others to a special podcast via Tablet on Passover, as well as a recipe for Berbere seasoned brisket, which I’ll be making this Pesach! Special thanks to Julie Subrin for inviting me to participate.

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