Hummus was one of the very first recipes I ever blogged about, and it continues to be a favorite recipe on my site. Making your own hummus is easy and affordable, and the resulting flavor is far superior to those tubs of store-bought dip. When you peel the chickpeas before blending, a light, silky texture emerges that is simply irresistible.
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And the No. 1 food trend for 2018 is ...
by Jaime Bender for FromtheGrapevine
From sweet to savory, from halloumi to harissa, the flavors of Israel prevail as a top cuisine this year.
The newest food trend to watch for this year? It's Israeli cuisine. That's according to San Francisco-based consulting firm AF&Co.
This diverse, somewhat hard-to-define cuisine is rich in flavor and depth, marked by dishes like falafel, hummus, shakshuka, shawarma and more.
After the Seder: Great Eats for the Entire Week
Who says Passover food has to be boring!
Now that the Seder is over, what are you going to eat? How about Matzah Tacos? Spinach & Green Herb Pie? Cheese Blintzes? Moroccan-Inspired Carrot Tsimmes?
You can find all these recipes featured in Jvillage Network's Passover Holiday Guide. We've even thrown in a couple of yummy desserts: Matzo Toffee and Orange Sponge Cake.
Tori Avey's Italian Roasted Cauliflower Salad from Calabria, Italy
This month We are featuring recipes from Jvillage Network's Passover Guide.
I adapted this salad from a wonderful cookbook (now out of print) called “The Food of Southern Italy” by Carlo Middione. This book is a treasure trove of authentic Italian cooking. In this traditional Calabrian salad, cooked cauliflower is drizzled with olive oil and tossed with olives, capers, parsley and chili flakes.