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Israel’s adversaries in the BDS movement thought they could starve Israel through economic warfare that included even its food sector. Many remember the furor over SodaStream, Sabra hummus, … more
Peas. Just say the word, and kids run for cover. Peas are the food that people love to hate. I hated them. My kids hated them. My mother hated them. And then my dad began to grow them in his … more
A colorful spring-inspired platter of roasted vegetables is the perfect side dish for your Seder or any time you are entertaining a crowd. For this particular mix, I chose a whole head of … more
This skillet banana bread might be gluten-free, refined sugar-free and dairy-free, but I can promise you won’t be missing anything with its light and fluffy texture and the rich sesame flavor. … more
The weather is warmer, the days are longer, and it’s time to get out of the house. When the sun is shining until 7 pm and the winds are warm and beckoning, no one wants to be tied to a hot … more
Braised short ribs are a decadent and delicious alternative to brisket for Passover, or anytime you want to serve up a very special meal. They are so tender from cooking low and slow, they literally … more
Passover popovers fall into the category of “old school” Jewish food. Like mandel bread or matzah brei, they’re one of those dishes my grandmother always made during the holiday. … more
By the middle of Passover, the only thing I crave is lettuce and cucumber. It is the start of my clean eating time; I’m ready to replenish the house with only foods that are clean and fresh … more
According to a Pew Report, almost 70 percent American Jews — secular as well as observant — attend a Seder to read the Haggadah … more
As I write this, we are almost two weeks from Passover, and panic is setting in. It moves in at this time of year and leaves after the last Seder dishes are put away. There is just so much to do, … more
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