• A delicious and delightful salad recipe that is great for Rosh Hashanah or any other Jewish holiday. This pomegranate coleslaw makes a great side item for any party or event.

  • Watch this video and learn how olive oil is made. It is a very interesting process.

  • A great tasty recipe for meatless Monday's. One Pot Kale and Quinoa Pilaf.

  • When you think of oil, what comes to mind? Did you say Olive oil, or perhaps or Canola Oil? If those were your answers, then you are missing out on a world of possibilities! There are hundreds of varieties of oils. Vegetable Oil, Canola Oil and Olive Oil are probably the most commonly used of all the oils. For this reason, they are the most easily recognized by everyday home chefs. But there is a world of flavor out there for you to savor and discover just by switching up the type of cooking oil you use. For example there is coconut oil. Solid at room temperature, coconut oil is white and buttery in texture; it has a distinctive coconut flavor and is widely used in South India. There is also almond oil which has a subtle toasted almond aroma and flavor.