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There is an old Broadway song that urges us to “Look to the Rainbow” — for love, luck and a happy life. Another one tells us that beyond the rainbow is a place where dreams come … more
Greek Jews are no strangers to moussaka, the rich casserole traditionally made from eggplant and lamb and thickly layered with bechamel. But because kosher laws prohibit the consumption of milk and … more
Hot! Hot! Hot! The weather is doing what it does in the summer. It heats up, the humidity rises and the air stops moving. Stale and hot. If you can get to the beach, go. If you have air conditioning, … more
By mid-summer, I’m looking for ways to use up all the summer squash that is inevitably overgrowing in my garden. Making a baba ganoush-like dip with zucchini is my favorite way to use up this … more
Two defining characteristics of Israeli culture are hospitality and spontaneity. Put those together and you end up with a lot of guests who just pop by for coffee and cake. As a host, you’d … more
Summer time is ice cream time. It’s also fresh fruit and vegetable time, and drippy watermelon time, and real lemonade time. It is the perfect time for vegetarians to rejoice, and the perfect … more
It’s hard to improve on the classic goodness of a good American barbecue (or cookout, depending on what part of the United States you live in). Hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken drumsticks and corn … more
It’s not too early to think about the Fourth of July, that red, white and blue holiday that celebrates the birth of our country. I love America, I love July 4th … more
Drinking wine — one of life’s great simple pleasures. With each sip from a stemmed glass, the libation holds a layered history and mystery that led to the taste of this moment. … more
More than a dozen kosher eateries — selling pizza, bagels, falafel and schnitzel — dot Main Street in Kew Gardens Hills. But a newcomer is sure to turn some heads. Sushi Kingdom & … more
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