Monday, July 28, 2014 Av 1, 5774
The Jewish Kitchen with Ethel G. Hofman
Throwing a barbecue for 200 people has become a breeze for Susan and Leonard Lodish, and Bob and Gloria Spitz, all of Wynnewood. Susan explains that "it didn't start out this way - originally, it was a backyard barbecue for 20 to give overseas students a taste of America." The students had come to the states to work on the...
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The name of the frozen game: sorbets
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Lorna Rosenberg
When the sun is high and the temperature rises, teens reach for frozen treats to cool off. Drinkable delights like slushies, smoothies and shakes are all tempting, and local favorites like water ice and soft custard give teens and their families a summertime destination after an evening at the movies or miniature golf. So, what frozen items can you make...
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Romaine - that tall, regal head of crisp and flavorful lettuce - has become the darling of salad lovers all across the country. Its most popular appearance, in Caesar salad, has become so commonplace that it's on the menus of every type of restaurant, from drive-through to white tablecloth. The newest and most popular form of romaine is actually a...
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The results of a national survey of more than 1,600 American women revealed that they experience more anxiety and stress shopping for a bathing suit (52 percent) than having dental work done (42 percent). With bathing-suit season in full swing, the American Dietetic Association recommends dairy foods as ideal for people trying to lose weight because they are great-tasting, satisfying...
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By:
Daniel Stern
These days, it's increasingly common to eat meals without any real interaction with another person. Sure, maybe someone takes your order - maybe even brings food to you - but, outside of that minimal contact, you can dine solo in a restaurant or takeout place, book in hand; lug the grub with you to eat in front of the television;...
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