Ejjeh Quiche

Ejjeh Quiche

Ejjeh: a Lebanese omelette or frittata of sorts made with tons of herbs. I’ve seen it as a very thin green omelette that is then stuffed into a pita with tomato. I’ve also seen it as little herb and zucchini fritters. Which leads me to believe that 

Matza & Labne Toasts

Matza & Labne Toasts

Sometimes I prefer matza to bread. Keyword there is sometimes. It’s basically just a giant cracker with endless possibilities. So instead of my usual toast snacks I’ll have during the week, when passover comes around the matza is a-playin’. These are two of my go-to snacks. 

Overnight Tahini Oats

Overnight Tahini Oats

I do not photograph well. It’s a disease. My eyeballs start crossing, my cheeks tighten, my lip contorts, and you can visibly see my muscles contract. If I cover half of my face or if I just don’t look at the camera, it turns out 

Pickled Ramps w. Aleppo & Ramp Butter

Pickled Ramps w. Aleppo & Ramp Butter

    Managed to grab the last bunch of ramps at the farmers market. I’m pretty proud of myself. Especially because people go crazy as soon as they see ramps. It’s the quintessential spring vegetable. I basically skipped to the booth when I saw the poor last 

Matza Ball Hush Puppies

Matza Ball Hush Puppies

This is my nightmare holiday. I have never been able to hold out through a week of a unleavened Passover diet. If I’m not mistaken, I think 12 hours is my record at this point and that’s just because I slept in late that year. I live 

Hummus with Roasted Cabbage

Hummus with Roasted Cabbage

What the shit. I go away for 3 days to come home to “cold” weather here in Atlanta. Where is spring? Like the snow coming down in June, I’m missing the warmness like Case. Shout out to 2001. It was warm for two weeks and now 

Fennel & Radish Fattoush

Fennel & Radish Fattoush

I taught my first cooking class!! Cook’s Warehouse in East Cobb, Atlanta hosted me for my first Modern Israeli Cooking Cookbook class. I had a great time and everyone there did too. It may have taken them a bit of time to understand my strange 

Matboucha Shakshuka en Cocotte

Matboucha Shakshuka en Cocotte

Is it french? Is it Middle Eastern? Is it delicious? Is it easy? Can you (kind of) make it ahead? Will you like it? Are you obsessed with Shakshuka yet? Yes. To all the things. Plenty of times have I had Oeufs en Cocotte at 

Roasted Yams with Honey, Espelette, & Lime Yogurt from GJELINA

Roasted Yams with Honey, Espelette, & Lime Yogurt from GJELINA

Out of all the cookbooks that have been published in the last year, I have fallen utterly in love with Gjelina. I mean… I live for this book. After writing my own, I fully understand the work and thought behind creating a cookbook. It’s time and 

Red Pepper and Mushroom Skillet

Red Pepper and Mushroom Skillet

Valentine’s Day falls on Sunday this year. My favorite time of the week is always Sunday morning. Tas and I like taking our time and enjoying the moment on Sundays. We stay in bed a bit longer than usual. When we finally get up, Tas