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I loved having my kids home in the summer; it was the perfect time to get them involved in the kitchen and get them interested in food — from growing it in the garden to preparing it in the … more
You may be surprised to learn that fish and chips, though wildly popular in England for what seems like an eternity, actually was a specialty of the Portuguese Sephardic Jews who fled the Inquisition … more
Cold and flu season is here. The flu is showing up earlier than usual and I know at least four people who are recovering from horrible cases of bronchitis. Please get your flu shots — especially if … more
Each morning we thank G-d for living another day. Gratitude is essential to our Jewishness. At this time of year, we are thankful for the New Year, for the harvest, for the Book of Life, for our … more
My mom serves matzah ball soup every Friday night, and she’s always made it in the oven. When I left home and found myself without my weekly fix, I called her for the recipe and followed suit. … more
Sephardic chicken soup with lemon and egg, or sopa de huevos y limon, is a traditional first course for breaking the Yom Kippur fast among Jews from Turkey, the Balkan states … more
This slow-cooked brisket is featured on season four of Molly Yeh’s Food Network show “Girl Meets Farm,” which captures her life on a sugar beet farm. Flavored with apple cider … more
Ram Caterers recognizes how overwhelming it can be to plan a magnificent and memorable wedding without “breaking the bank.” Established in 1978 as one … more
This is the season of harvest for fruits and vegetables. It is a beautiful time of year. The days are still warm — well, warmer than they will be in a few months — and the nights are … more
This is the eighth year that I’m writing a Sukkot column for The Jewish Star and, frankly, I’m not sure what I can say that I haven’t already said. I’ve spoken about … more
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