- The Nechama Greisman Anthology has many articles about preparing for the holidays, both spiritually and logistically.
- My sister, Kosher Newbie is posting again. This will be her first set of Tishrei holidays in her (relatively) newly kosher kitchen. I'm so proud of her!
- Some of my favorite on-line (not specifically Jewish) recipe resources include: 101 Cookbooks, Recipezaar, and Baking Bites.
- There is a long going discussion of Kosher wines, with many recommendations at Chowhound's Kosher discussion board.
- Gluten free challah with and without a bread machine at Breeding Imperfection, an interesting and frum woman with much on her plate.
- Here's a repost of my Virtual Challah Lesson, just to round out this category.
- Batya will be able to dip her own organic apples in honey this year!
- Israeli and Jewish recipe index at World Hearth Circle of International Cooking Superfoods is not a Jewish site, but is is still quite interesting, with some recipes, all kosher - dairy with some of the foods typically used for the simanim used in interesting ways.
- Here are some cute childrens puns for the simanim.
- Mother in Israel presented this beautiful Summer Watermelon Fruit Soup, with many pictures.
- Vichysoise - Potato Leek Soup at Jewbiquitous
- Roasted Pomegranate Chicken at Kosher Express' Recipe Index
- We're looking forward to having loads of Disappearing Chicken Salad with all the yom tov chicken leftovers next month!
- Excellent tutorial for making Indian paneer cheese, with many photos (not a Jewish site)
- Annette Berlin presents Do-It-Yourself Coleslaw posted at Frugal Journey.
- Tabouli at Mediterrasian, a site full of recipe ideas that can be made kosher.
- I have been busily stocking the freezer with Spaetzle and Pareve Kishke loaves
- Baklava Loaf at Baking Bites (not a kosher site, but this baklava-style quick bread seems very suitable for Rosh Hashanah, and easier than messing with phyllo dough.)
- I hope the berries will still be fresh and beautiful next month, so I can make some Fresh Berry Tarts for the holidays.
- Discussion of pareve frosting at The Kosher Blog
- Pareve frosting at Chowhound, where I submitted my own recipe in the comments.
- Gluten-Free Bay presents Gluten-Free Bay: Gluten-Free Honey Cake for Rosh Hashanah posted at Gluten-Free Bay giving us a gluten-free version of the traditional Rosh Hashanah honey cake.
- Gillian Polack presents a kosher Aussie Lemon Meringue Tart from the 1950s, posted at Food History.
- A comprehensive article about making tart crusts of all kinds, by Xanthe Clay.
- A funny account of one woman's valiant attempt at a family heirloom Panamanian wedding cake recipe teaches us how not to make a special occasion cake.
- An entertaining and photo-rich tutorial for making (dairy) cinnamon rolls at the Pioneer Woman Cooks! site. (Not a Jewish/Kosher site, but it's fun and has lots of recipies that can be adapted.)
- If you're having a dairy yom tov, perhaps there'll be a chance to try some of these ice cream recipes at The Kosher Blog.
- I have begun filling my freezer in anticipation of the marathon holiday season with Carrot cakes that I hope to pass off as honey cakes by using honey frosting on them. (We also cheat like this with spice cakes.)
- Yisrael Medad points us to this discussion of Rashi's means of support. He may have been a vintner, or an egg salesman, but this article posits that he made his living from his yeshiva.
- Batya spent some time in New York, eating at Classy Kosher Restaurants, giving us a virtual restaurant tour of New York.
- Speaking of restaurants, Soccer Dad presents Press Release: Baltimore Soon To Offer a Kosher Subway Restaurant posted at Presence.
- For more restaurant information, it might be worthwhile to check out the Kosher Community Surveys for 2007, which were completed this month.
- FitBuff submitted Foods High in Protein: Top 10 Healthy Choices posted at FitBuff.com's Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog.
- One of the things we'll be appreciating is the difference between holiday cooking and eating food cooked from a kosher vending machine.
- Yisrael Medad asks about the burgeoning kosher bison market.
- JoeSettler presents Jerusalem Municipality to Settlers: Stay Away.
- Tillamook is having a macaroni and cheese recipe contest.
- Lunch in a box yields some fun ways to use the leftovers.
- The Science of Cooking site has some fun food facts and resources.
This concludes the 21st edition of the Kosher Cooking Carnival. The September KCC (#22) is scheduled for at Batya's blog, me-ander.
May everyone be written and sealed for health, happiness, peace, and prosperity in the coming year.
May all of your holiday meals be delicious, joyful, and shared with good company.
Don't forget to check out the previous editions of the Kosher Cooking Carnival: