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Well, the holidays are officially upon us. Even though I am steeped in food on the regular, I am still waaaaaaay behind in my holiday preparations. I haven’t even menu planned. Blargh!! I do this to myself every. single. year. I invite a ton of people over because I LOVE LOVE LOVE hosting but then I end up all stressed out the day of first night dinner because I’m running around trying to get sh*t done. It also doesn’t help that I have a strict 8:30pm bedtime (I work full time and have 2 kids. I’m in survival mode here, people) so there’s no staying up super late and doing tons of baking for me. Nope, I’d rather just woman up and deal with it come the day of the holiday. The good news, however, is that I know a few people in food with some amazing food blogs so inspiration is but a click and an hour of web-surfing away. The other bit of good news is that I’ve been writing for a lovely website called, InterfaithFamily.com, an organization whose mission is to support interfaith families exploring Jewish life. I’ve written several posts for them over the couple months so I thought I’d get organized and give you a look-see. I also had the IMMENSE pleasure of writing a guest post for Chanie at Busy in Brooklyn. All links will be posted below! I hope you get some inspiration for your holidays or your daily meal-planning. Shanah Tovah!

Jewhungry kosher food blog

Roast Cauliflower and Sweet Potato wit Figs + Tahini

Jewhungry kosher food blog

Cilantro, Lime + (Coconut Milk) Yogurt Grilled Chicken Wings

Jewhungry kosher food blog

Buffalo Quinoa Burgers

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Fall Farmer’s Market Salad

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Semolina Cara Cara Orange Cake

Shanah Tovah, from the littlest little queen and me!

Shanah Tovah, from the littlest little queen and me!

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