Maybe THE Passover film? Because how many could there be?
Seth MacFarlane took a break from robbing the cradle this week to give us an update on the Ted sequel, tweeting:
While it might not be the most sacred way to spend a holiday, with Mark Wahlberg returning to the lead role as Ted’s owner, it’s DEF the seXXXiest!
And if Mila Kunis comes back as Marky Mark’s wife, MAZEL TOV to us!
P.S. CLICK HERE to see the gallery, "Mila Kunis Celebrates Turning 30!”
[Image via WENN.]
Tags: 2015, film flickers, passover, seth macfarlane, ted, ted 2, twitter
Passover is over. You may now eat bread! Run to the supermarket and get yourself a fresh loaf so you can whip up this delicious treat.
Bread pudding. It’s one of those things that tastes amazing and you assume since it’s that good it must be complicated to make but once I looked it up I realized it’s as easy as making french toast or pancakes, or maybe even easier since once it’s all assembled in the baking pan you throw it in the oven and there is no need to continuously flip the batter!
There are some decadent versions out there but I like to stick with fast and tasty — and this is the basic way to make bread pudding. You can use dairy milk and dairy chocolate or keep it non dairy like I did with soy milk and dark chocolate. (I actually used white chocolate chips and dark chocolate chips since that’s what I had in the kitchen but next time I will use a good quality dark chocolate bar broken up into pieces.)
1 large challah
2 cups soy milk
1 tsp. vanilla
1 tsp. cinnamon
1/4 cup of brown sugar
1 cup of chocolate chips or dark chocolate bar broken into pieces
Grease a 9×13 baking pan. Break the challah into small pieces using your hands. Place the challah pieces into the baking pan. Sprinkle the chocolate chips or chocolate pieces on top of the challah, mixing it so it blends with the challah. In a large bowl, combing the milk, eggs, vanilla, cinnamon and brown sugar. Pour the mixture over the challah and chocolate. Press the challah down in the pan so every piece of challah gets coated with the milk mixture. Place in oven and bake on 350 for 30-40 minutes. Serve warm with ice cream, whipped cream or fresh fruit.
You can see more of Nina Safar's recipes by following her on Facebook HERE and at the always fab Kosher In The Kitch!
[Image via Kosher In The Kitch.]
Tags: chocolate cinnamon bread pudding, delicious, nina safar, passover, recipe
Oh Nina Safar, how we love that you're always coming to the rescue!!
During this year's Passover, why not make it a little bit easier on your tummy… and enjoy this DELICIOUS gluten-free meal, complete with salad, 'meatballs,' spaghetti (squash), and a FAB dessert!!
Even if you don't observe Passover, this is a meal that anyone could love!!
Check out the amazing how-to from Nina in the video (above)!!!
You can see more of Nina's recipes by following her on Facebook HERE and at the always fab Kosher In The Kitch!
Tags: delicious, food, gluten free, meal, nina safar, passover
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So here's something inneresting…
Even though all signs point to yes when it comes to Minka Kelly, Wilmer Valderrama, and the Are They Dating or Are They Not saga, this photo arised on Twitter and has everyone puzzled!
MinkMink has clearly been
getting it on becoming super close with Wilms, but now she's celebrating Passover with Mandy Moore??
Now, Mandy and Wilmer used to date…
Tags: awkward, celebrity couples, dating, friends, huh, mandy moore, minka kelly, passover, photo, relationship, wilmer valderrama