In the Kitchen
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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
Jerry has wonderful memories of davening on yomim tovim with his father in Rabbi Landau’s shetible in Flatbush. His father loved the timeless melodic nusach of the davening, and he sang … more
Josh Weinstock, this one’s for you! Thanks for never missing an article of mine. I figure every now and then you deserve one that’s sports themed! Second Sunday in September, the … more
On Erev Tisha B’Av, Jerry and I, along with another couple, were invited to Debby and Jack Shafran’s house for a pre-fast meal. Turns out all (except me) were children of … more
Each year, during the Nine Days, I marvel at the number of people waiting on line at the kosher dairy restaurants around town. Many of these people don’t tend to eat out often during the … more
A lot has happened since my last column! All my children were away in Israel (some with side trips to Moscow and Prague). I didn’t go away this summer, but I got to babysit my two … more
Two weeks ago, I attended the graduate school commencement of my daughter Jordana. En route on the LIRR, my mind wandered down memory lane, to the first of my childrens’ graduations. First … more
As most of you know, I am a pastry chef and party planner. I not only plan the parties, I am in charge of all the food, drinks and setup. As you can guess, there is a lot that has to be planned, … more
It started out as a normal Monday morning. I came down to the kitchen, made myself a cup of coffee and began to read the newspaper. Just then, out of the corner of my eye, I noticed my … more
And so the Passover countdown begins. I have to admit, I do get a little kick out of listening to people panic about preparing for Pesach before Purim even arrives. Every now and then … more
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