|Having a minyan in my home imbues its walls with holiness|
|It's hard to disconnect, even when talking to G-d|
|Doughnut dough. I got a recipe! Look for it on the bottom of this post.|
|frying in olive oil & coconut oil|
|spice jars need replenishing|
|glazed and hardening|
|drizzled with agave and sprinkled with cinnamon|
|yup, it's chanukah. our fried food of choice is falafel|
|I needed a little downtime. Pinny hooked me up well.|
|what's a chanukah post without a menorah...|
|...or colored candles|
|doughnuts waiting patiently for consumption|
|all at once...|
|falafel - recipe here|
|Israeli salad, cut beautifully by Zalman, 11|
|remnants of last year's olives. follow this year's process here|
|the beginnings of a creative plate|
|Freida's dinner. nutritionally sound....|
|stuffed into her pita.|
|Zalman's well packed falafel|
To good health and abundant light,
PS. The doughnut recipe. You didn't think I'd forget the doughnut recipe, did you?
This is not the original recipe of the picture I posted a few weeks ago. I did manage to get that recipe, but unfortunately we found ourselves in an egg shortage, on the single day of the year that all stores are closed. The gas station convenience store was open, but they don't carry organic eggs.
I went online to find a recipe for vegan doughnuts. Master chef Levik thought doughnuts without eggs wouldn't work, but offered to experiment. I found a recipe and turned out we had no yeast either...
Levik adapted and came up with this. These doughnuts were D.E.L.I.C.I.O.U.S. to say the least.
7-8 cups spelt flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons baking powder
1/2 cup maple syrup
1 cup water
1 cup coconut milk
1/4 cup grapeseed oil
1 teaspoon vanilla
Combine ingredients. Add flour as needed to get a working dough.
Deep fry according to your favorite method.
The glaze was a combination of cocoa powder, cocoa butter, coconut oil and agave.