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HOW to WIN a YEAR’S Supply of SOY VAY MARINADES!! Calling all KOSHER COOKS!!!

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HOW to WIN a YEAR’S Supply of SOY VAY MARINADES!! Calling all KOSHER COOKS!!!

5 Comments 10 February 2013

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Dear Hostesses,

You can win a whole year’s supply of Soy Vay marinades!

That’s hundreds of dollars worth of never having to search for the last minute dinner ingredient that’s probably NOT in your pantry!

Let your Asian culinary talents shine through with preservative free all natural Soy Vay marinades.

JUST:

1.Create a fabulously tasty ORIGINAL recipe for a  salad, fish, chicken, meat, or veggie recipe using any of the Soy Vay marinades or dressings.

2. Tag your recipe on your Instagram and/ or Twitter account with

  • #ilovesoyvay and
  • #thejewishhostess and
  • @thejewishhostess.

3. MAKE SURE YOU:

  • Send a pic of  the Soy Vay bottle in the photo of the background of the dish.
  • Send the photo and recipe to me at marlene@thejewishhostess.com

4.-I will post the photo and recipe on The Jewish Hostess INSTAGRAM account.

5.-Most LIKES on Instagram will win A YEAR”S SUPPLY OF SOY VAY MARINADES!!

6.-Winner will be announced on July 4 and recipe will be featured on The Jewish Hostess and Soy Vay site!

7:- Please TWEET, PIN, and SHARE this Contest on FACEBOOK!

For some SOY VAY inspiration, check out this recipe for Soy Vay Wasabi Salmon and Soy Vay Wasabi Lambchops with Roasted Mushrooms.

You can also click onto the SOY VAY site for some additional mouth watering ideas for your Soy Vay recipe contest.

Yo can purchase SOY VAY HERE

Here are just SOME pics of my dinner makeovers with SOY VAY!

 

Soy Vay Marinade, The jewish Hostess

 

All done- THANK YOU Soy Vay!!!

Soy Vay Wasabi Grilled Salmon with Tri Color Mini Peppers

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Grilled Chicken Tehina Garlic Soy Vay Wrap

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Island Teriyaki Soy Vay Minute Steak

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Soy Vay Flounder in Parchment with Easy Veggies

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Experimenting with Wasabi Soy Vay Marinade on Lamb Chops

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Grandma’s Chewy Passover Date Nut Bars

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Grandma’s Chewy Passover Date Nut Bars

5 Comments 04 March 2012

My mother in law is the perfect source for a Passover recipe, as she is really the hostess with the mostess. She actually wrote up this recipe for all of my Jewish Hostesses so please let her know if you like it! (comment below!)

By the way, I’ve been reading that dates are very healthy for pregnant women, as they are very healthy for a fetus’s brain development. Please get more info HERE.

Please send in your delicious Passover recipes and Passover menu ideas to:

marlene (at) thejewishhostess.com.

Passover Ingredients for Chewy Date Nut Bars:

  • 1 cup of chopped nuts
  • 3/4 cup matzo meal
  • 1/3 cup of sugar
  • 1/2 cup of margarine (if you would like to substitute the margarine- click and read this article)
  • 1 cup of pitted dates
  • 1/4 cup orange juice
  • 2 tsp grated orange rind
  1. Beat nuts with matzo meal, sugar, and margarine until crumbly and moist reserving 1/4 cup of mixture.
  2. Firmly put remainder into bottom of 9″ square pan making a solid base.
  3. Chop dates, beat with orange juice and orange peel until spreadable.
  4. Spread carefully over base.
  5. Sprinkle with reserved topping.
  6. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
  7. Cool. Cut into squares.
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How to ReDo Your Kitchen Floor for Passover

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How to ReDo Your Kitchen Floor for Passover

1 Comment 21 January 2011

That's my new floor on the right!

 

With Passover right around the corner, many of us are starting to clean every corner of our houses. While being able to eat off your floors does leave one with a sense of satisfaction, all that scrutinizing can also bring to light many of the things around the house that need replacing or repairing.
“My ceiling needs a new coat of paint”…”I really should think about replacing my kitchen cabinets”… these are just a few off the proverbial to-do list. While many home repairs are out of reach for the average person (who among us is crazy enough to get up on a ladder and paint their own ceiling? *wink, wink*), there is one quick and easy update that’s inexpensive, makes a world of difference and lasts for years. I’m talking about painting the floors.
I recently got married and so had the pleasure of renting and decorating my first apartment. As with any apartment, there were many repairs to be done and plenty of design decisions that I was all to happy to make. One of the first things that had to go was the kitchen floor. The linoleum tile was truly no less than horrific. The pattern, which was odd to begin with, had over the years become cracked, faded, stained and just plain disgusting.
One look at it and I thought, “No matter how much I mop and sweep this thing, it will always look dirty”
Now, replacing linoleum flooring with new wood is quite an expensive undertaking, and certainly not something I’d be willing to spring for to spruce up someone else’s home. So, instead, I turned to paint. As a rule, any surface that’s properly prepared and finished can be painted. It didn’t take too much time and wasn’t very difficult. The results are fabulous, and every time someone comes over I love to brag about how I painted the flooring myself. It’s fun to watch their jaws drop. Having the floor painted also makes the rest of the room look nicer and more pulled together. Read on for how-to instructions for this inexpensive and easy renovation.
1) Sweep and mop the floor. This may seem obvious, but it’s important to mention for the simple fact that whatever is on the floor when you paint it will be forever stuck there. You really don’t want dust and debris making their permanent home on your floor.
2) Sand it down. Uneven spots, dirt that was immovable by plain sweeping- you want it all gone so that the paint will adhere nicely to the floor. This was the most time-intensive part of the project, and to save time and effort you may want to invest in a power-sander. If not, embrace if as a workout or get someone to help. Remember
to sweep and mop once again after you finish this step.
3) apply a coat of oil-based primer to the floor. Use a roller attached to a long handle and you won’t even have to bend down! This was extremely easy. and took less than ten minutes. Just remember to make sure to apply the primer evenly and smoothly everywhere. Make sure you use oil-based materials so that mopping the floors later on won’t wear away and chip your work; the oil will help repel water.
4) after the primer has dried (a few hours, but the best would be to wait one day), apply two even coats of oil based paint in the color of your choice using, again, a long handled roller. Of course, you may want to create a design on the floor instead of one simple color. For more detailed instructions on this, see http://www.designspongeonline.com/2011/03/diy-project-stenciled-floors.html
5) Wait at least a day for the paint to dry, then seal it with any oil-based varnish (that long roller will start to seem like your best friend). Polyurethane is best, however, the fumes can be quite overpowering and even harmful. Leave windows open for ventilation.
That’s it- just five steps and you have a new floor! You may want to walk on it in socks for a while until it fully dries and hardens. If you follow each precaution, the paint job will last for years. You can buy all of the materials for this project, from the power sanders to the varnish, at www.homedepot.com or www.loews.com.
Obviously, this project requires a general avoidance of the room being painted for a good few days. A good idea is to either wait until right before you go away, or to paint it in small sections at a time. Try taping off small areas to remind your family not to step on your work, or better yet, let them help.
Good luck and enjoy your new floors!
For more how-to projects, pictures of my artwork and to keep up with what’s new out of my studio, check out my blog at www.Facebook.com/lenmiz or follow me at twitter.com/thatartistgirl.
Until next time,
Lenore (Mizrachi) Cohen
twitter.com/ ThatArtistGirl

 

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