| By Nancy Kirsch
| Thursday, 12 September 2013 14:04|
This vegetable rich omelet looks easy to make and delicious to eat.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, we’ve portion-sized these recipes for a two-person household.
| By Edmon J. Rodman |
| Friday, 30 August 2013 12:39|
Pomegranate-honey chicken /Kosher by Design Cooking CoachLOS 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 apple, where would you be?
| By Ida Bochner Brown |
| Friday, 30 August 2013 12:38|
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 past year.
| By Mollie Katzen/JNS.org |
| Friday, 16 August 2013 21:00|
| Katzen’s curried eggplant ‘slap-down’ with yogurt, onion relish and pomegranate. /Mollie Katzen|
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 elusive pomegranate is less acknowledged, though it is profoundly tied to biblical literature and ancient agriculture.
| By Nancy Kirsch
| Friday, 16 August 2013 20:59|
PROVIDENCE – Everyone has a favorite honey cake recipe, but that’s no reason to stop discovering new recipes: Here’s one more to try.
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