Gmar Chatima Tova! May you be signed and sealed in the Book of Life and may you be blessed with a year of comfort, prosperity and peace. If you, like me, struggle to juxtapose the spirituality of Yom Kippur with the responsibilities of motherhood, here is a post I wrote two years ago about a mother’s [...]
Do you ever do something that is so simple, so obvious, so effective that you find yourself wondering, “Why didn’t I think of this sooner???” That’s how I feel about my new yomtov binder! I am so in love with how this very simple binder has revolutionized my YomTov prep, that I just had to [...]
How was your yomtov?! My Rosh Hashana “Highs” Sharing wonderful meals and afternoon walks with my husband, children, parents, and dear friends Getting to daven nearly all of musaf the first day in shul (!) and hearing every single shofar blast! Receiving emails from so many of you that made an easy apple challah or [...]
Shana Tova! As we all scurry around our kitchens with last minute preparations for Rosh Hashana, I wanted to take a moment out to wish you a Shana Tova. Thank you so much for following Kosher on a Budget. Your reading, commenting, emailing, Facebooking and tweeting truly honors me! May you be blessed with a [...]
Still need a little cooking, planning and menu saving inspiration for Rosh Hashana? Here’s a quick round-up of the posts that I have shared so far this season. Slow Cooker Rosh Hashana Recipe | Coffee Braised Roast How to Host a Honey Tasting on Rosh Hashana Free Rosh Hashana Coloring Pages Our Rosh Hashana Menu Plan [...]
Just a quick reminder that if you have an awesome recipe for Rosh Hashana, we want to know about it! Leave your recipe as a comment HERE and I will randomly select one commenter to win a $10 Amazon gift card. Fun!
PHOTO CREDIT Looking to make your life a little easier during this harried season of chagim? Slow cookers can save a lot of sanity, time, money and even heat in the kitchen. If you are leaving yours on, here’s a fairly simple and exquisitely delicious recipe for coffee braised pot roast. I shared this [...]
In August, I got to meet a few representatives from the National Honey Board. They were hosting a honey tasting – with three different varietals: Avocado, Buckwheat and Clover. Of course I had tasted the clover varietal before, as it is the most common varietal and the one most of us buy at the grocery store. [...]