Every Friday, I take my favorite “picks” from my week on the web and post them here for you to enjoy. But before I announce The Shiksa Picks, here is a quick recap of this week’s posts on TheShiksa.com– just in case you missed them.
THIS WEEK ON THESHIKSA.COM
Celebrate the 4th of July with a historical recipe from our first president’s family cookbook. Click here to read more.
This refreshing salad with chilled watermelon, crumbly feta cheese, and fresh mint is complimented by a simple lime juice dressing. Sweet, salty, and perfect for summer! Click here to read more.
THE SHIKSA’S WEEKLY WEB PICKS
Here are some of my favorite picks from the web this week.
The picture speaks for itself, doesn’t it? What an awesome cake! Click here to read more.
These baby potatoes look so scrumptious, I want to eat them through the screen! Gorgeous, elegant, and simple. Click here to read more.
The pictures on this blog make me want to take a nap in a meadow in the middle of the English countryside. So lovely. Any food blog that features a recipe for Elderflower Cordial is officially on my “yes!” list. Click here to read more.
The Women’s Empowerment Program in the Negev is helping low-income Jewish female Israeli immigrants seed money to start their own cooking businesses. Joan Nathan writes about immigrant town Beit Shemesh, where women are celebrating their cultural food heritage. Thanks to the Empowerment Program, they are starting to make a living from it. Includes recipes for Tunisian Shakshuka and Almond Malabi. Click here to read more.
Every week, I’ll be posting the Twitter accounts that made me smile with their fun or interesting tweets. Here are this week’s picks…
…because every time I read them, I feel like I’m at a
girly slumber party with my best friends. So fun!
…for her White Chocolate Buttercream Frosting. Yum!
…for their always inspiring take on kosher cuisine.
COMMENT AND SHARE
Did you read an article this week that you think my readers would find interesting? Are you a food blogger with a recipe that you want everybody see? Or maybe you want to share what’s cooking in your kitchen this weekend. Comment below and let us know about it!
Shabbat Shalom! Have a delicious weekend.