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    Sarah Rivka bat Yocheved

    Member since Apr 2008

    Chef #810789

    From United States

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    About Me

    I'm currently babysitting a friend's son. In the past I've dabbled in everything from environmental education to libraries to nonprofit to people with developmental disabilities to children. (And I'm probably missing some because I'm not looking at my resume.)

    For fun I read and write, sing and dance, cook and eat. :)

    As an Orthodox Jew I'm passionate about God and traditional Jewish practice. I have a personal conversation with God daily. I try not to have pet peeves because it's silly to let my joy be disturbed by minor irritations. There are definitely major things going on in my life now but I'm not going to share here in a public forum.

    The following is the description on my food blog and explains what inspires me to cook:


    I LOVE food! I love to eat it. I love to cook it. It allows me to be creative and to do acts of kindness. It makes me and others happy. It is the most basic need of every creature and is one of the biggest pleasures in the world. But like almost anything, it must be handled well or it can cause problems. It can be used as a comfort, even when you’re not really hungry. Improper eating can cause sickness. Extra weight can lead to obesity, which can lead to diseases such as diabetes. Food is thus a neutral entity, and it is up to each of us to use it in good ways. I hope that readers will be able to learn from my blog to use food in good ways and to avoid using it in bad ways. I seek to inform and inspire as well as to entertain.

    I welcome you, my fellow food lovers, to Foodiscovery – and invite you to join me on my journey.

    Disclaimer: I'm not a health or nutrition professional. Please do your own research and/or consult with a health professional before acting on any health or nutrition advice. Though I say some things are healthy, I could be totally off the mark, and also different people have different nutritional needs and health requirements.

    Favorite Foods

    I like to eat: turkey pastrami, chicken soup with vegetables, meatballs, broccoli kugel, simple vegetables cooked in the microwave (broccoli, cauliflower, onions, carrots, mushrooms), pureeed vegetable soup, French fries, chocolate chip cookies (I'll have to post my recipes here before I forget them....) I like to drink: Water, tea, almond milk, V8 juice, apple juice, grape juice, sweet wine

    I guess the veggies cooked in the microwave are my favorite dishes to cook because they're so simple, delicious, and nutritious.

    What dish am I famous for? If by famous you mean what dish has been thoroughly enjoyed by my whole family (myself, my daughter, and soon to be ex husband) that would be the chicken soup. And French fries is another one.

    My favorite restaurant is Shalom Bombay, the only kosher Indian meat restaurant in the US. There's one in Teaneck, NJ and a newer one in Manhattan. (I've been to both and written about them in two blog posts.)

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