Thursday, September 3, 2015 Elul 19, 5775
Make it a sweet and healthy New Year for all!
By:
Linda Morel, JE Feature
A desire for a sweet New Year -- expressed in the form of honey cake, apple crisp and other special goodies -- brings Jews with differing needs together on Rosh Hashanah, when the menu typically revolves around turkey, brisket or veal. While most appreciate the flakiness of fine pastry that butter delivers, a growing number observe kosher laws prohibiting the...
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While the warm weather's still here, take advantage of some sweet endings to meals
By:
Andrew Schloss, JE Feature
There are 10 grill days left until Labor Day. That's enough time for the typical American to sacrifice a steer's worth of beef and several miles of kosher hot dogs to the fiery gods of Kingsford. Before the summer is out, we will slather everything from chicken breast to chili peppers with barbecue sauce. Neither salmon nor spud will be...
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By:
Martin Davidson, JE Feature
As the balmy days of summer continue, and with the High Holidays arriving in the warmer part of the year, why not seek out a drink that will not only quench thirst and complement worship, but refresh and re-energize as well? This season, try a kosher rosé -- pleasantly pink and light as a summer aperitif. Eighty percent of rosés...
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YAKIMA, Wash. — With the cherry harvest now winding down, the Northwest Cherry Growers are sounding a call to get them while you can. Based on weather conditions in the Pacific Northwest, growers expect an increase in the production of late-season cherries, which will result in a consistent availability of the fresh fruit through month's end. "Over the last few...
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Pita pockets go back to school!
By:
Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
Perfect for back-to-school lunch boxes, Israeli pita or pocket bread has become a staple in the American kitchen. At one time, this versatile favorite was only obtainable in upscale gourmet shops or Middle Eastern groceries. Now, not only is it sold everywhere, but it comes in a variety of flavors and sizes. In Israel, it is typically served warm accompanied...
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