Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Av 3, 5774
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Rivka Tal, JE Feature
If you were asked to pick the quintessential Jewish food, what would you choose? Chicken soup or gefilte fish, maybe? Certainly, bagels and lox would also vie for the title -- for Americans, at least. But there is truly only one dish that is absolutely, positively, no-mistake-made Jewish -- and that's cholent. For those not in the know, cholent (known...
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Thinking of having some friends over for a Superbowl bash? Here are a few tips to make sure you score as the MVP of the party: · Turn over a football helmet, and line it with foil and napkins. Place a smaller bowl of dip inside. Use napkins to make a padded base on the table to keep helmet in...
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Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
What's round and oblong, and big and small, and white and purple and green, and striped and lavender and black? What else but an eggplant or more precisely a dozen eggplants? You can find these colorful varieties at farmer's markets and ethnic green grocers. Their beauty is only skin-deep, you will discover, as their flesh tastes pretty much the same...
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Who doesn't like pizza, especially when you're talking about a meal for the younger crowd? Susie Fishbein's Kosher by Design: Kids in the Kitchen offers this funky spin on the traditional. Even the youngest chefs can help out on this one. Pizza Bubble Ring (Dairy) nonstick cooking spray 8 Tbsps. (1 stick) butter 2 garlic cloves 1 tsp. oregano 1/2...
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Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
Take heart. The Wall Street slump, which is affecting everybody's lifestyle, need not be all gloom and doom. There's a silver lining: Save money by returning to home-cooked meals, which will also provide a chance for the family to sit down together. It's a good time to discuss what happened at school and work. Besides, cooking at home is healthier...
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