Thursday, April 24, 2014 Nisan 24, 5774
Spring into specialties that tout freshness and color
By:
Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
Don't we all have friends who are sort of vegetarian, but not quite? Though the bulk of their diet is made up of grains, fruits and vegetables, beans and nuts, they'll occasionally eat meat, poultry and fish. The newest term for those folks, coined by culinary experts and nutritionists, is "flexitarian." In a 2006 article published by scientists at Oxford...
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Andrew Schloss, JE Feature
Watch the squirrels, fat as cats, cramming in calorie after calorie. Seeds, grains, even a scrap of bark will do in a pinch, but the real prize is a nut. A walnut, chestnut, acorn or filbert packed with protein, starchy sweet and rich with the most fragrant oils in nature. Nuts are treasure chests of flavor and nutrition. Though the...
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By:
Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
If your passion for potatoes during Passover has become passé, I have good news for you. Quinoa (Ki-no-ah), the grain that really isn't a grain, has been deemed kosher-for-Passover. This fact was brought to my attention by one of my students during a Passover cooking class that I taught some weeks ago. Having used quinoa in all sorts of dishes...
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Kids and Allergies: It's Not Nuts! Food, not-so-glorious food, and some of its problems
By:
Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Faced with what to do about handling a critical medical need for Samuel, her youngest son, Robin Davison of Merion set to task to make the situation a bit easier. She emerged as a heroic "Jewish Mother of Invention" by creating AllergiK ID, a line of innovative products related specifically to children's food allergies. Now Sam, who is 31/2 but...
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By:
Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
Although the temptation of cooking new dishes for Passover lurks in my mind every year, I always can remember my mother's warning of not to "cook anything too weird." She's right, of course, as usual. The tried-and-true traditional Ashkenazic family recipes may seem a bit boring to the cook, but the guests take comfort in them as being familiar, offering...
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