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Yom Kippur Break Fast Buffet

The general rule of a break fast meal seems to be simple, relatively light and requiring minimal day-of preparation. Many families enjoy a traditional bagels/whitefish...

Creating a Festive Table

Food is always my focus when it comes to planning a get-together, and the holidays amplify that emphasis. I devote my energy to the menu...

An Offbeat Rosh Hashanah Menu

Brisket. Roast chicken. Tzimmes. Kasha varnishkes. Challah. Apples and honey. Tradition is wonderful, and the foods that reflect it are an essential part of Jewish...

Next HaMotzi, Hold the Bread: New Bakery to Teach Gluten-Free Sweets

Alan Mathason is new to the formal food business, but his family history in Jewish baking goes back four generations. With inspiration from his elders,...

How Do You Like Them Apples (and Honey)?

The signs indicating the season of pumpkin spice are appearing. No really, literal signs. Coffee chains are advertising the return of the signature fall latte....

Southern Jewish Rosh Hashanah

My NJB (nice Jewish boy) of a husband has an interesting background. His father grew up in Brookline, a predominantly Jewish neighborhood on the western...

A Taste of Honey: Rosh Hashanah Recipes

Jewish families around the world begin Rosh Hashanah meals by dipping apples in honey, symbolizing their hope for a sweet New Year. They also...

First-ever Hava NaGrilla Barbecue Contest Attracts Thousands

Lancaster Avenue was smoking on Aug. 27 — a savory scent that wafted down the road from Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El. The cookout started the...

Mint Condition

Mint is an herb that is often overlooked in cooking. Sure, we might stick a sprig in a glass of iced tea or muddle...

Penn State Adds Kosher Dining Option Starting Fall Semester

For students at Pennsylvania State University who keep kosher, the options have been slim pickings. Not anymore. Philadelphia native Aaron Goldberg was completing an internship in...