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(The Nosher via JTA) – On my fourth day back at work as a high school counselor following three months of maternity leave, I am keenly aware of just how little time exists in each day. Time and sleep (and coffee) are the hottest commodities in my … more
I’m busy. Between work and my community involvement, I’m busy. The idea of coming home and making dinner every night seemed impossible – until now. I recently received a slow cooker as a gift, and it really is a game-changer. I’ve been able … more
(The Nosher via JTA) – I think you know by now that I will try to stuff challah with almost anything: meatballs, pesto, pastrami and even candy bars. So it just seemed silly that I had yet to try and stuff some challah with an entire wheel of … more
“This bread has an intense sour rye flavor that comes almost entirely from the four traditional bread ingredients: flour, water, salt and yeast. Some home recipes for pumpernickel rely on cocoa, molasses or even coffee for flavor. My Dad would … more
LOS ANGELES (JTA) – Persian culture makes up an important part of the Jewish community in New York, Israel and especially Southern California, where some 45,000 Persian Jews reside. The cuisine of this strong, close-knit community is not … more
JTA – When Brazil native Fabio Rosenfeld brought up launching a search for his grandfather’s sister who had survived the Holocaust, I opened my “National Geographic Atlas of the World” to locate her hometown of Reghin. A week later, the … more
Ramen Latkes with Sriracha Mayonnaise  BY WHITNEY FISCH (The Nosher via JTA) – Living in Los Angeles is like a foodie Wonderland. On almost every corner in almost every neighborhood, there is something delicious to eat. And … more
SECAUCUS, N.J. (JTA) – Walking around the exhibitors’ hall at Kosherfest, the annual Kosher food trade show, is like finding yourself at the most intense synagogue Kiddush reception you could ever imagine. There’s plenty of food … more –It is a truth universally acknowledged that…we can never get tired of Hanukkah latkes and sufganiyot (deep-fried jelly doughnuts). But there’s no harm in adding some culinary variety to this year’s Festival of Lights. … more
JTA – I first tasted latkes for brunch at a trendy eatery on the Lower East Side about six years ago. Since then, I’ve seen them across the country on brunch menus everywhere from diners to Michelin Star restaurants. Latkes – or … more
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