Passover food

Lighten up with fish and veggies

Friday, April 7

JTA – I love serving light foods that are naturally Kosher for Passover. With so much matzah, vegetable and fish dishes are often a welcome addition in my home. In this holiday menu, my Coconut Carrot Soup is a creamy soup at its finest. The combination of carrots, ginger and coconut is so warming and really delicious. Not a ginger fan? It’s easy enough to leave it out. And what could be better than a recipe that doesn’t require excellent knife skills? Since the soup ingredients are blended, dicing imperfection won’t be noticeable at all.



Jewish holidays



New York trip

Friday, April 7

The West Bay Jewish women are pictured in front of the Chabad Lubavitch world headquarters in Brooklyn, New York. They traveled to New York City recently on a trip organized by Shoshana Laufer in …

100th Birthday

Mazel tov to Hannah Rosoff

Thursday, February 16

Hannah Rosoff of Attleboro (front row, wearing scarf), a member of Congregation Agudas Achim in Attleboro, Massachusetts, celebrated her 100th birthday with a party on Feb. 4 at Murray Unitarian …

We Are Read in Spain

Friday, April 7

Betsey Singer Cable and Rob Cable were recently in Spain visiting their son, Jacob Abrams, who is studying abroad for a semester. This photo was taken inside the old …

We Are Read in Iceland

Friday, April 7

Jaclyn, Roanne and Richard Licht on the Solheimajokull Glacier in Iceland. 

Mind, Body & Spirit: Event helps women ‘pause, replenish, connect’

Friday, April 7

“Food has powers. It picks us up from our lonely corners and sits us back down, together. … Food is the keeper of our memories, connecting us with our pasts and with our …

Dairy treat for Passover

Friday, April 7

Here’s a fantastic Pesach Cholov Yisroel pudding recipe that you can take on a picnic or just serve to family and friends at home. It was developed by Tnuva, the dairy people. Strawberries …