Jeannette Hartman


Making a Passover Tradition of Your Own

By Jeannette Hartman

Making a Passover Tradition of Your Own
Tradition! No holiday says it louder than Passover. But what do you do when you don’t have the traditional household and extended family to celebrate with?Read More


YID.DISH: RED CABBAGE COLESLAW

By Jeannette Hartman

A cabbage harvest in July?

In California, it works. (We planted late in a mild winter.)

YID.DISH: RED CABBAGE COLESLAW
That means just in time for outdoor Shabbes dinners, we have the basic ingredient for coleslaw.Read More


Yid.Dish: What to Do When Your Garden Explodes in Bounty

By Jeannette Hartman

Q: What do you do when you have so many home grown zucchini your friends won’t answer the door when you try to share your harvest?Read More


Yid.Dish: Faux “Fried” Coral Tomatoes

By Jeannette Hartman

The garden I share with my friends, Karen and Kate, has a tomato jungle. The three plants have over run three concentric layers of “cages.” They’re now trying to colonize the carrots.Read More


Yid.Dish: Nasturtium Butter, A Gardener Cooks

By Jeannette Hartman

Call me old-fashioned, but I always thought flowers were for vases – not plates.Read More






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