Monday, July 6, 2015 Tammuz 19, 5775
That's the way to ring in the New Year!
By:
Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
I usually choose to spend New Year's Eve with a few close friends in a rather low-key manner. An early dinner in our favorite neighborhood Chinese restaurant, followed by a movie without having to stand in line, leaves us relaxed enough to welcome the New Year in a festive and frivolous mood. And what could be more elegant than returning...
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By:
Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg, JE Feature
When Steven Katz of Elkins Park was looking to open a new restaurant in the Philadelphia suburbs, he said that he wanted to create a place where creatively made kosher food could be affordable to people from all over. Fast-forward 16 months, and Max & David's International Kosher Cuisine, at 8120 Old York Road in the Yorktown Plaza in Elkins...
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Most people can remember the smell of their favorite foods from childhood, or a kind word that was passed along with a great taste. Jill Colella Bloomfield's Jewish Holidays Cookbook passes on some traditional holiday recipes, thereby enabling you to make those same memories with members of your family. Each major holiday has a chapter in the book describing the...
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Recipes to help lighten up the eight nights of Chanukah
By:
Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
On the first night of Chanukah, which this year falls on Sunday, Dec. 21, Ashkenazi Jews all over America will light the first candle on the menorah. And potato latkes will be on lots of dinner tables. Some will be homemade, some store-bought, but all will adhere to the ancient custom of serving foods cooked in oil. Oil emphasizes the...
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What could be more of a crowd-pleaser than a hearty bowl of soup? Add some slices of bread and a nifty little salad, and you've got a meal that family and friends will rave about. And what better dish could there be than soup when you're thinking about a meal for one? Add that bread ... well, you get the...
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