Strawberries and cream with a Middle Eastern kick
Adding pomegranate soup with a hint of arak liquor to strawberries makes for an impressive and refreshing summer dessert.
Strawberries are at their prime in the U.S. East Coast at this time of the year, and are delicious as they come. Still, if you want to try something new and make an impressive-yet-easy strawberry dessert, try this combination: fresh strawberries swimming in a cold, sweet and yet tart pomegranate soup. Or better yet, make it alcoholic by adding a little arak, the Middle Eastern anise liquor. Then top it all with a...
Vered Guttman is a caterer and a food writer based in Washington DC. Growing up in Israel she took her first lessons in Jewish cooking sitting at the tables of her two grandmothers, one from Poland, the other from Iraq. In Modern Manna, Vered will share a mix of new Israeli trends and old Jewish traditions, sprinkled with a distinct Sephardic flavor. Follow Vered on Twitter @veredguttman