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There’s no rule that says Jews are required to eat chicken on Shabbat — that is, no rule handed down by a rabbi or written in the Torah. But it is a long-standing practice for many … more
It is 30 degrees outside, and the wind is howling. It’s amazing how fast winter appears. Sometimes I wonder why I stay in this climate. My nose is always freezing, my lips are always chapped, … more
Bimbo Bakeries USA, a subsidiary of Mexico’s Grupo Bimbo — one of the world’s largest baked-goods conglomerates with America’s largest private-label bread-baking business … more
At Noi Due Carne, a kosher Italian restaurant on the Upper West Side, a 20th-anniversary dinner showcased the work and style … more
When I was creating the menu for Fletchers, the Jewish cafe I manage in Montreal, I knew that I needed to include gefilte fish, but there couldn’t be any limp romaine or parsley in sight. I … more
Forget dieting during Chanukah! I’ll bake, serve and savor every morsel of my mother’s buttery cakes. For her, Chanukah was more than latkes, though she fried up dozens every … more
Chanukah is a wonderful time of year to have company and trade recipes for latkes and more. I am looking forward to our family Chanukah party this year. I used to make sufganiyot every year. Now, … more
Chanukah is all about the latkes — or is it? My grandmother made latkes once during Chanukah, and so did my mother. I make latkes once, or sometimes twice, if I have a new idea I want to try. … more
Each Jewish holiday has its iconic food: For Passover it’s the symbolic matzah; for Rosh Hashanah it’s sweet honey and new fruits. For Purim we get the delectable … more
Thanksgiving usually consists of cooking on a level that Jews do every week for Shabbat preparation — soup, salad and all those sides that accompany the main dish. And while chicken has been … more
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