My kids love salmon, so my family eats a lot of it, and I’m always looking for new ways to prepare it. This marinade, made of reduced pomegranate juice, a splash of soy sauce, and some mustard, was a great addition to our salmon repertoire. It’s sweet, but not overly so, and the pomegranate (or dates) and honey make it the perfect centerpiece for a Rosh Hashana lunch! Continue reading
I wish I had thought of making this for Rosh Hashana this year. I could have replaced the kale with chard for a non-traditional siman. Oh well, maybe next year. For now, I will just have to share with you a delicious kale salad. It has crunch from almonds, a salty tang from green olives and pomegranate, which can do no wrong in my book. Continue reading
I know pomegranates are a Rosh Hashanah food, but lately they have been beautiful, giant, and on sale! And I like them no matter what time of the year it is. So, when I saw this recipe for roasted chicken with this sweet and crispy skin, I knew I had to try it, especially because I got some Silan, a date syrup that the recipe called for. Continue reading
Happy new year, everyone! When Miriam emailed us to invite us to a Rosh Hashanah blogger’s party, I knew we had to attend. This year, we tested a delicious chicken recipe with pomegranate. Yum. Continue reading
Before Passover, Pom Wonderful contacted us with the news that they were now certified kosher for Passover! I was excited about this, because I love pomegranate juice and pomegranates. I have been known to horde them at the Rosh Hashana table and I always have a variation of Pom in my fridge. (The Pom Blueberry is the best, after 100% Pomegranate.) So, you can imagine how excited I was to get a box of cute little Pom bottles from the wonderful folks at Pom Wonderful: very!
I could have just drank them all up as soon as possible, but that wouldn’t be so much fun for you guys, now would it? And what do I like almost as much as pomegranates? Ice cream, of course!