Everything Bagel Roasted Potatoes

This week’s Rosh Hashannah celebration kicked off the Jewish High Holidays season. For a long time I have been wanting to post a Jewish recipe. I mean it is my culture after all. The main problem was that all the Jewish recipes I know are secret family recipes, see the brisket in the above photo. This year I wanted to stretch myself to come up with my own Jewish inspired recipe so I could finally share. I landed on everything bagel roasted potatoes.

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Togarashi Fried Chicken, Ginger Scallion Waffles, and Miso Butter

I feel like anyone who’s followed me for a while had to have known that a chicken and waffles recipe was coming eventually. How could it not? I consider chicken and waffles to be the ultimate not only brunch, but possibly southern dish as well. You have your salty, sweet, crispy, soft, and juicy all in one plate.

For my recipe I took inspiration from Michelin starred Dusek’s in Chicago

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Fried Macaroni and Cheese

A fact about me: Dinner parties are my ish. I love attending them, I love hosting them, but most of all I love making unreasonable amounts of food for them. One time I attended a potluck for the opening of a local music venue and had to use a laundry basket to carry in all the food I made. Seriously. So take it from this potluck princess, fried macaroni and cheese makes the perfect party bite.

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Slow Cooker Tomato Confit Soup

When flipping through chef crush of mine, Hugh Acheson’s, The Chef and the Slow Cooker one page made me stop in my tracks. The recipe for confit tomatoes. The term confit as it applies to meat means to slowly cook an item in its own fat. For vegetables the term has come to mean very slowly poaching in massive amounts of olive oil with aromatics. Either way the end result is delicious.

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