Sunday, September 14, 2014 Elul 19, 5774
The stoves were heating up the second floor of New York's downtown Marriott last week as six contestants competed to become the grand-prize winner of the Second Annual Simply Manischewitz Cook-Off. The three men and three women had one hour to prepare and fully cook their dishes before presenting them to a panel of judges. Contestants included Joe Carver from...
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Bag a bit of Purim in the form of breakfast treats
By:
Linda Morel, JE Feature
Marcy Goldman still recalls the kind gesture on a Purim in the mid-1980s. Her first son had come into the world with newborn jaundice and had to stay in the hospital after Goldman, author of A Passion for Baking (Oxmoor House, 2007), was discharged. Reluctant to leave her baby -- he's now 22 and healthy -- Goldman spent some sleepless...
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Remember when everyone cooked from scratch?
By:
Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
Searching for a little nostalgia? Tired of shunning the low-fat, low-carb, low-cal -- low everything that actually tastes good? Well, search no more! FRP Publishing in Nashville, Tenn., has succumbed to overwhelming demand for a cookbook series published back in the 1960s called Favorite Recipes From Home-Economics Teachers . The original series -- now dog-eared and pudding-stained -- have been...
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Students and parents from the Jewish Children's Folkshul hosted a "Souper Bowl Sunday" fundraiser on Feb. 24 to benefit the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Mitzvah Food Project. The community gathered to recreate a soup kitchen, where individuals could enjoy a lunch of homemade soup and bread, prepared and donated by families. Folkshul's band, "The Mamas and the Tates," provided...
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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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