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The Last of Hanukah

There are a few more days of Hanukah, so enjoy some last Hanukah recipes this week. These recipes are a little off the beaten path and pick up on the Greek theme of Hanukah, as well as one Hanukah dinner that is just about the sweet and delicious flavors or traditional noodle kugel and a fall carmelized pear and spiced nut salad. Of course, once Hanukah ends, the cooking continues with a great pressure cooker/instant pot dinner of Chickpea and Artichoke tagine and a classic Chicken Picatta and a Sweet Salmon with a chili brown sugar glaze.

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Dinner
Spanikopita (4)
Greek Panzanella Salad with Cubed Feta (4)
Michelle’s Hanukah cookies (10)
Sweet Noodle (Lokshen) Kuge (4)
Salad with Pears and Spiced Nuts (4)
Chicken Picatta with Lemon and Capers (4)
Brown Sugar and Chili Spiced Salmon (4)
Moroccan Carrot Salad (4)
Chickpea and Artichoke Tagine (4)
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THE IDEA

“What’s for Dinner?”  We’ve all been asked and asked ourselves that questions a few too many times…

Busy people don’t want to think about what’s for dinner every night – neither do I. So… I developed a system where I can put a balanced, healthy, yummy, (kosher) and easy to make dinner on the table each night. Here’s how it works:

At the beginning of the week, I plan out my weekly dinner menu and grocery list. I do all of my grocery shopping over the weekend so that all I have to do each day is spend about ½ hour actually making dinner. Voila! Delicious meals each night of the week for a family of 5 - and you don’t have to think about it, because I’ve done it for you!

Healthy

These recipes are made with organic, real foods: vegetables, proteins and grains.

Simple

Delicious food does not need to be complicated! Good, fresh ingredients speak for themselves.

Fast

Meal prep in around 30 minutes. Who wants to slave away in the kitchen to put a weeknight dinner on the table?

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