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Here are two recipes from Jamie Geller’s new cookbook ‘Joy of Kosher”(William Morrow Cookbooks, October 2013). Geller specializes in easy to prepare meals – which come out right every time and get her out of the kitchen fast!  Here are two … more
As a busy parent, you might find it hard to carve out time to spend with your kids on a weeknight. Why not combine “hanging out” with a chore that has to be done anyway – cooking? Check out the latest cookbook by Leah Shapira, co-founder of … more
PROVIDENCE – Sweets lovers will be tempted to sample more than 25 creations entered in Temple Beth-El’s “World Series of Jewish Desserts.” A judges’ panel will award the title of “Best Dessert” and attendees will choose the winner of … more
Nothing soothes the soul on a chilly night like a hot soup and this one is just right for those that will soon be upon us. If you can boil water, you can make this one. This one is a Norman family favorite. more
 Molasses French Toast “The molasses in the batter gives this version of the classic breakfast food a caramel coating that is quite delicious. This one also proves to be a great way to use up the left over challah from Shabbat on a Saturday … more
More than ever, people understand that our bodies just weren’t designed to handle the amount of processed flour found in many of today’s foods. Some people with vague, undiagnosed illnesses feel better after cutting out gluten, a protein in … more
PROVIDENCE – Breakfast for dinner … why not? There’s no one to tell you that you can’t enjoy breakfast for your dinnertime meal. And, even a dessert is acceptable; after all, you’re in charge. In keeping with our Seniors-themed Issue, … more
LOS ANGELES (JTA) – Here’s the buzz about Rosh Hashanah: Beyond a congregation or family, it takes a hive to have a holiday. You may have your tickets, new dress or suit and High Holidays app, but without the honey in which to dip a slice of … more
HOPATCONG, N.J. – Yom Kippur was the day we spent in temple reflecting on all the past year’s ups-and-downs. As we asked God to once again inscribe us in the book of life, we thanked God for good health and blessings that followed us in the … more
In the traditions of many Jewish holidays, there’s a poetic relationship between the festival’s culinary laws and that season’s foods. While the relationship linking Rosh Hashanah with apples and honey never grows old, the elegant and … more
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