Monday, March 30, 2015 Nisan 10, 5775
For many families, making small changes in menu choices can make a huge difference in a family's long-term heart health. For example, one of the best ways to reduce the risk for developing cardiovascular disease and other heart conditions is to eat less junk food and add more nutritious foods to their daily diet. In today's time-starved world, the importance...
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Keri Fisher
NOSH The summer surplus of corn and tomatoes may be gone, but I love cooking at this time of year with the bounty that only autumn brings: hardy squashes and gourds, rustic root vegetables and a panoply of potatoes. And now that the temperature has dropped a bit, I can turn off the grill and seek warmth in the kitchen...
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Sukkot's out, Simchat Torah's in. Festive meals incorporate traditional fare, as well as seasonal fruits and vegetables. The Jewish Holidays Cookbook by Jill Colella Bloomfield offers these two recipes for the holiday of Simchat Torah. If you have the time and energy, make them with your kids. They're sure-fire hits! Pumpkin Soup (Dairy) Pumpkin soup is a terrific dish. Add...
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Louise Fiszer
BEYOND CHICKEN SOUP Small lit candles inserted into red apples that perched on top of handheld Israeli flags constitute fond memories for me of Simchat Torah. Along with other members the junior congregation, I danced joyously in synagogue, waving those flags to commemorate the gift of the Torah to the Jews. But whatever did happen to all those apples? I'm...
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Rivka Tal
Webster's New World College Dictionary defines the word kiddush as a "prayer recited over wine or bread on the eve of or on the day of the Sabbath or of a festival so as to set the day apart as holy." The Torah refers to two requirements concerning Shabbat and festivals -- to "keep it" and to "remember it" (...
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