Thursday, December 18, 2014 Kislev 26, 5775
Now's the season, so buy 'em and bake 'em!
By:
Andrew Schloss
There is something very stately about a baked apple. Alone on the plate, plump with brown sugar, raisins and spice, a glaze of cool cream gilding its perfection, it stands regally, uncompromising, daring to be nothing more than itself. The time couldn't be better for replaying this old standard, for the best baking apple nature has to offer is waiting...
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Here is an original, all right, and everything about it is bittersweet
By:
Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
The title is somewhat of a misnomer. The Holocaust Survivor Cookbook, published by Caras & Associates, goes far beyond a collection of recipes, memorable though they may be. The table of contents starts out with a list of Holocaust survivors, containing more than 135 people from all over the world. From Austria, Israel, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, Canada, Poland,...
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A chill in the air signals that summer has come and gone, and the foods of fall are making their way back onto tables across the country. The change in the season calls for a change in flavors, from light to crisp to hearty and satisfying. One ingredient makes a perfectly seamless transition from summer salads to fall suppers --...
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... in all its healthy and versatile alterations
By:
Louis Fiszer, JE Feature
It may look like celery, taste like licorice and sound like "Pinocchio," but the best thing about fennel is that it's not like anything else. Just one whiff will verify this. Because I have a passion for finocchio as the Italians call it, I use it frequently, especially in winter months when the vegetable pickings are slim at best. You...
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Great on a Sunday morning -- or a Thursday night!
By:
Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
An invitation to a weekend winter breakfast is practically irresistible. The mere thought of freshly brewed coffee, stacks of fluffy pancakes and warm maple syrup is more than enough to have folks leap out of bed. And if you tease with "more than ordinary pancakes," then hungry hordes will gather at your table while the coffee is still perking. Make...
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