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Linda Wolpert

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Linda WolpertLinda Wolpert is a food photographer and works for The Six O'Clock Scramble, an online recipe service that specializes in healthful food that is quick to prepare. When not walking her dog or playing tennis, she is cooking for friends and family and searching for fun new recipes.

Quinoa Pilaf

Recipe by Linda Wolpert

Quinoa Pilaf

This quinoa dish with vegetables draws inspiration from simple California cuisine and lets the ingredients’ natural flavors shine through. Recipe contributed by Feigi Pam. Photo by Leora Schostak Henschel. 

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Green Tahini Sauce

Recipe by Linda Wolpert

Green Tahini Sauce

This deliciously fresh sauce can be used as a dip for crudités or fresh bread, or as a sauce on grilled fish, tofu, cooked potatoes and other vegetables. Thin with a little water to use as a salad dressing. Recipe contributed by Feigi Pam. Photo by Linda Wolpert.

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Stewed Okra and Tomatoes

Recipe by Linda Wolpert

Stewed Okra and Tomatoes

It is very possible that our Jewish and African ancestors ate okra thousands of years ago, as it is believed to have been cultivated in ancient Egyptian times. Today, okra is underappreciated, probably because it looks funny, people don’t know how to cook it and, if they do, it can end up kind of slimy.

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