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Pascale's Kitchen: Decorating sourdough bread

My latest quest has been to learn how to make sourdough bread, and now I always keep a bit of sourdough starter in my pantry.

Pascale's Kitchen: One-pot meals

The secret to the success of one-pot meals is cooking them for a few hours in the oven at extremely low temperatures.

Pascale's Kitchen: The wonderful world of Paula Rosenberg

In addition to her show, Paula offers nutrition workshops out of her clinic during which she helps people carry out life-altering processes.

Pascale's Kitchen: A whole meal in a bowl

These dishes require organization and preparation in advance, and with the interesting flavor combinations you can create a surprising lunch or breakfast in a bowl.

Fruit & cream cakes recipes

This week, I am bringing you three fruit cake recipes, all of which form a bond between the fruit and the crust. This is done in three different ways.

In search of a proper British cup of tea

Now I am not claiming that there is unanimity across the British Isles about how exactly to produce the genuine article, but certain basic principles there undoubtedly are.

Pascale's Kitchen: Peanut butter treats

Now that my children are grown, I no longer prepare sandwiches for them in the mornings. But they do still yearn for this magical chocolate-and-peanut-butter combination.

Pascale's Kitchen: A Taste of Nostalgia

There are certain flavors or techniques that, every once in a while, call out to me for lack of attention – usually some taste I remember from my childhood.

The psychology of flour during the coronavirus pandemic

The question is, “What is everyone doing with all that flour?”


Pascale's Kitchen: Shuk Mahaneh Yehuda

I love visiting the shuk in Jerusalem. I breathe in the clear air and feel like I’m feeding my soul with all the goodness found in the holy city.

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