It’s that time of year when we light candles, play dreidel and eat… greasy food! Because of a greasy story two thousand years ago where a little jar of greasy oil lasted in the Temple for 8 days when it was only supposed to last for one. Since not much of the food in this post is greasy, I decided to call this the Greasy Story Edition, and not concentrate too much on greasy food (can one be yotzeh–fulfill one’s obligation–to eat food with oil by eating a salad with olive oil?). B’tayavon (bon appetit in Hebrew).
Specifically for Chanukah
Mimi teaches us to make potato latkes. Yum.
Shimshonit has her version of latkes: a variety of vegetables and garlic!
Ilana-Davita shows us zucchini latkes.
Lorri at Jew Wishes posted her latkes recipe.
Another traditional food for Chanukah is sufganiyot, jelly doughnuts.
No one posted a recipe Phyllis posted a baked version, and I can tell you quickly my version: you make a sugary yeast dough, fry little balls of it in massive amounts of hot oil, dip the fried balls in yet more sugar, and inject with jelly. A delicious and fattening food.
Jacob da Jew asks: Caramel or Custard or Jelly?
This just in: Baroness Tapuzina’s Italian Soufganiot or Frittole
Small but Good Stuff
Need something quick? Easy sandwich by Batya.
End your ketchup dependency with Esser Agaroth’s condiments.
Now Batya’s on a diet: You’d Think I Was Working Full Time, and…
Irresistible: Mimi has a pumpkin soup with garlic croutons.
Your mouth will water when you take a look at this barley chicken by Baroness Tapuzina.
Mrs. S. can teach you some ways to make potato kugel for Shabbat.
Delicious Asian dishes for Shabbat or for any other time presented by Ilana-Davita.
Hindy cooks up quite a meal with what to do with a loosey?
Baila posted this yummy stuffed zucchini. “How I found myself eating a meat dish at 10 a.m. this morning”.
Out on the Town
Wanna eat out?
Learn from Ahuva about the top five Jerusalem soup joints.
Batya can tell you the Best Sandwich Deal in Jerusalem.
Yisrael reports on a no, it’s not kosher restaurant in Paris.
Batya eats at The Rimon (I assume this is pre-diet?).
And at the Jerusalemite Blog you can learn about the frugal eateries in Jerusalem.
In the Kitchen
Raizy tells us about Cooking Kosher In A Small Kitchen.
Sweets Toot Sweets
Phyllis aka Imabima brings us a carrot cake.
Pesky Settler has a recipe for Chocolate Turtle Cheesecake. Now that sounds rich.
How not to make peppermint sticks.
Mike in Midwood has reviews of bakery jelly doughnuts.
Back at Thanksgiving, A Simple Jew had a Guest Posting By Chabakuk Elisha – A Layman’s Perspective On Turkey And The Halachic Process.
Speaking of halacha, there are only supposed to be eight lights on a chanukiah, and then one extra for the shamash, the “helper” candle. Does anyone know why more show up in my photo? (Hint: the answer has nothing to do with halacha).
If you would like to participate in a future Kosher Cooking Carnival, please submit your post.
Looking back, here’s a list of all the previous KCC’s: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, KCCMetaCarnival, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36
That would make this the 37th edition! To host a future edition, please contact Batya (shilohmuse at yahoo dot com).