Garlic Knots!

Hey! Here is a great recipe for this holiday season – garlic knots! It’s a good one to make for friends and family. And guess what, I have a lot more great recipes in my upcoming cookbook! I know that you know it would make a great gift! So, click here to read all about it and preorder it now. If you order it, I will send you a both free ebook and signed sticker plates that you can put under the tree or the menorah when you give presents so they know what is coming. Anyway, on to these garlic knots!

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Rainbow Rice Paper Rolls & Peanut Dipping Sauce

Do you love rice paper rolls? I do. Do you love peanut butter? I do! I updated my original peanut dipping sauce to make it even more delicious and also updated the ingredients that go inside. Check it out!

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Cinnamon Apple Overnight Oats Inspired By The Original Bircher Muesli


When I got The First Mess Cookbook, the first recipe I made was the Bircher Breakfast. It is the author’s recipe for overnight oats. I didn’t know why it was called Bircher and she didn’t explain it, but being curious, I googled it. It turns out there was a guy named Maximilian Bircher-Benner, a pioneering physician and nutritionist, who created muesli, which consisted of apples, lemon juice, nuts, oats, milk and honey.

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