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Breaded broccoli-tofu fritters

There was no duplicity involved in serving these broccoli-tofu fritters. My son, who has reached his picky toddler phase, knew that these contained broccoli and tofu, and he ate them anyway. Yup, even I struggle to get my son to eat various vegetables. Maybe it’s a texture thing. Maybe broccoli …

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Deviled eggs with horseradish filling

Everyone is ready for Passover, right? Because, like, it starts tomorrow. Well, just in case you’re looking for a little something to upgrade your seder table, you can check out these deviled eggs with horseradish filling – an attractive little dish that combines a few of the Passover symbols into …

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Matcha sheet cookies

It seems like all we’re eating over here is cookies, doesn’t it? To judge by my son — who gets up in the morning chanting cook-ee cook-ee cook-ee — that would be about right. In any case, we’re having lots of fun making them, which is what drove me to …

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Gingerbread cookies for toddlers (and adults)

This gingerbread recipe produces impressive looking cookies, and is a great recipe for children — the cookies hold their form in the oven, meaning you can make highly detailed cookies, and your kid can craft works of art that keep their shape after baking. Plus, the dough contains no eggs, …

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Artfully crafted Moroccan sweets

One of the things that deeply impressed me during our trip to Morocco three years ago was the finely crafted pastries, specifically marzipan — bright little bite-sized sculptures, each piece crafted with individual attention. Adorned with itty bitty flower cutouts and edible beads, they were almost too pretty to eat, …