Sunday, March 1, 2015 AdarI 10, 5775
Ditch the fake stuff, and discover what natural goodness is all about
By:
Linda Morel
NEW YORK The problem with Thanksgiving is the food. Though it's a lovely family holiday, most traditional Thanksgiving recipes -- the mashed and sweet potatoes, chestnut stuffings, cornbread dressings, whipped parsnips, pastries and pies -- call for butter. Riddled with fat and cholesterol, butter also poses a challenge to people who keep kosher. Jewish dietary laws prohibit the mixing of...
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For the 'be all' of Thanksgivings, make dessert first - See more at: http://je.pliner.com/article/11213/Perfectly_Pie/#sthash.MLQpgibi.dpuf
By:
Ethel Hofman
This year, as usual, we're going to celebrate Thanksgiving with family -- but not at our house. Instead, we'll be with our grandchildren, Nicole and Jonathan, whose parents have an even larger dining room. Since I don't have the lion's share of cooking and setting up, I'm making the pies with their help. Not just the usual pies -- the...
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It's healthy, it's adaptable, and it's just about everywhere
By:
Ethel Hofman
Tofu! Lately, it's the ingredient that's commanding more shelf space in the marketplace. And shoppers are grabbing the soy-based product in every form. From milk to fake "ground round," hickory-smoked "turkey" and frozen desserts, this is a skyrocketing expansion on the look-alike "bacon bits" that have been around for decades. Why the growing popularity? Nutritionally, tofu is a solid source...
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By:
Martin D. Davidson, JE Feature
As the year draws to a close, there have been some remarkable changes for the kosher wine industry that portend well for the future. After years of demonstrating that kosher products can compete with their non-kosher counterparts, a new dawn of recognition has descended upon the beverage scene, recognizing the quality, equality and sophistication attained with kosher wines. Royal Wine...
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Well, not so much toil!
By:
Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
It's as predictable as falling leaves -- with the first crisp days of autumn, my mind turns to heartier and more sustaining menus. A month of holiday meals to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, breaking the fast of Yom Kippur and dining under the stars for Sukkot is now over, and reawakened appetites and busy back-to-school schedules replace these Jewish holiday routines...
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