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Thanksgiving could not have been more Normal Rockwell traditional in my childhood home. I woke up to the scent of a turkey already in the oven and came downstairs to find pies and more already baked. … more
My dad told me that every Friday my grandmother cooked two meals in tandem — Shabbat chicken, or brisket, or “gadempte fleische,” on one side of her tiny counter and, in her big, … more
In a Norman Rockwell painting of a grandmother holding a platter filled with what must be a 30-pound turkey, the “everyone’s-grandmother” has rosy cheeks a loving smile and, … more
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
Summer entertainment is fun and relaxed. No formal tables or best china. In the summer, paper plates and hands-on eating rule the hot days and long evenings. Cold beer and lemonade are musts, as are … 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
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
After the feasting that is so much a part of a joyous Rosh Hashana, I almost welcome Yom Kippur as a day to NOT focus on food and to let my system have a very long rest. The problem with … more
With the holidays upon us, I find that I need more oven space than I have. I do have a great oven — three racks, six burners and lots of space — but with a big crowd it is never … more
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