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Stuffed Cabbage: The Jewish Hot Pocket

If you haven’t tried this tantalizing staple in the past, why not serve it as the weather starts to cool down? It’s perfect year-round,...
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Turning to Comfort Foods in the Cool of the Evening

Certain comfort foods are definitely at their best when eaten at this time of year, especially in the cool of the evening. Cherry Pie Without...
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A Little Taste of South African Jewish Life

"In South Africa, Jewish women made everything from scratch," says Lynne Jacobson, who emigrated from Johannesburg to Toronto, Canada, in 2000. Like her family,...

Leeks: A Veggie Most Versatile

Every holiday, I start looking for a fresh vegetable to serve that isn’t connected to the perennial carrot tzimmes and/or green beans. I can’t...
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Israeli Cuisine Reflects the World

Is there such a thing as Israeli cuisine? After all, Israel is a nation of immigrants; they came from Eastern Europe, Russia, Yemen, Ethiopia...
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Basking in the Brisket

Jewish holidays are times for worship, family and, of course, food. Favorite dish­es handed down through generations are often mainstays on the menu. But...
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How ’Bout Them Apples?

Lucky for us, Rosh Ha­shan­ah comes in the fall, just when early apples are beginning their long, happy autumn session. This is a great...

Why Kosher Cooking Is Good for the Soul

  NEW YORK Cooking has been a passion for me, and passing on my knowledge and experience to a new kosher audience is one of my...
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Come See How Their Garden Grew!

  Two years ago, our family planted its first vegetable garden. With the best of intentions, the 2010 and 2011 ­seasons were a bust. We...
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Keeping it Kosher at the Linc

When Steve Katz wanted to set up kosher concession stands a few years ago, he approached the Eagles, Phillies, 76ers and Flyers. The only...