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Is It Possible to Stay Young?

Since the beginning of time, men and women have struggled to find the formula to beat the cycle of aging. Explorers have searched for the...

Dieting Doesn’t Have to Be Boring and Bland

As we ponder the approaching spring and then summer, some of us may wish to shed some of our winter insulation. I can hear...

Raw Beet Slaw

In my ongoing effort to eat a diverse array of local produce — which is tough this time of year — I landed on...

Eat, Drink and Be Merry: Throw a Joyous Purim Party

Purim is a busy holiday: It starts with an evening reading of the Megillah of Esther, followed by a morning reading of this story...

Malaysian-ish Carrots

As we wait, eagerly, for early spring’s produce, we continue to need produce in our diets. I attempt to eat as much local produce as...

Plant Pure: New Vegan, Kosher Option in Center City

Plant Pure, a bright new café located at 1115 Walnut St., lives by its slogan, “Good for you. Good for the Earth.” The whole food,...

A Heroic Commitment to a Low-Carb Diet

A former advertising exec laid off in the crash of 2008, Peter Rose took on some home repair and maintenance work to tide him...

Smashed Cucumber Salad

As spring approaches and we experience hints of warmer weather, many of us begin to crave lighter, less-hearty fare. Alas, spring vegetables are still months...

Vegan Minestrone Soup

This hearty soup delivers plenty of warmth, flavor and heft. Even the staunchest carnivores will enjoy it. The key is to sauté the vegetables first...

Barrack Day School’s Influence Produced Most-Influential Rabbi

If you ask Newsweek, he’s one of the most influential rabbis in America. If you ask the Jerusalem Post, he’s one of the 50...