RATATOUILLE SOUP WITH VEG PACKETS
Well, seems like the summer is definitely over. Last week I bought last of the season tomatoes, harvested and ripened on the shelf (not vine unfortunately). I hear the zucchinis start to become scarce these days, not to mention eggplants and peppers.
LATE SUMMER TABBULEH SALAD
On one day there was an event in a form of a cooking class held by Nof Atamna - Ismaeel, a winner of Israeli Masterchef. We were cooking some delicious Israeli-Arabic dishes. One of them was a tabbuleh made with bulgur and green grapes.
NECTARINES AND BLUEBERRIES COCONUT CRUMBLE
I have been thinking about making nectarine blueberry pie for quite some time. Yet I chose the easy way, why not to bake the fruit under the crumble. And the crumble full of coconut flavor, sweetened with halva and coconut flakes.
SAUERKRAUT AND RED CABBAGE SALAD
Sauerkraut Salad that is eaten commonly during the winter months here. Sauerkraut is something that I grew up with. It has been part of our menu for ages as fermenting the vegetables like cabbage, cucumbers was a way of preserving them for winter.
PURPLE VEGETABLES SALAD
The inspiration to prepare the salad were the purple carrots that I buy every Thursday at the farmers market. My new super peeler allows me to shave the vegetables into very thin strips. So, I decided to prepare the salad in the color purple: purple carrots, red cabbage, red beet and red onion.