Thursday, October 2, 2014 Tishri 8, 5775
Who doesn't like Oreos? Add them to cheesecake, and you have a winning combination! Oreo Cheesecake With Sour-Cream Topping [Dairy] For Crust: 2 cups graham-cracker crumbs 1?2 cup sugar 1?2 cup melted butter For Filling: 4 packages (8 oz. each) cream cheese 11?3 cups sugar 11?3 cups broken-up Oreo cookies (small pieces) 4 whole eggs, plus 1 extra yolk 2...
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Food and wine, all for the taking
By:
Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
On a gorgeous autumn day in Napa Valley - the kind that travel magazines feature on their covers - I was part of a group of eight who were privileged to spend an afternoon with Ernie and Irit Weir, owners and vintners of Hagafen Cellars. As we walked with Ernie through the vineyards, we sampled purple-black Cabernet Sauvignon grapes that...
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Here are some healthy fall recipes for you to try. Remember to get an adult's help when putting things into the oven! Apple Parchment You Will Need: apples sauce, plastic wrap and a cookie sheet. What to Do: Spread the plastic wrap on the cookie sheet. Spoon the apple sauce onto the cookie sheet, no thicker than one-quarter inch so...
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And it has nothing to do with English food
By:
Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
It's time to banish the myth that the signature Scottish dish is the scorned haggis. Glasgow, one of Scotland's largest cities, was recently rated by Condé Nast Traveler (the bible of the travel industry), as the favorite U.K. destination for haute cuisine, culinary excellence and friendliness. The awards, which were voted for by readers of the magazine, ranked Glasgow as...
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One of the oldest known edible fruits, pomegranates were brought to the New World by Spanish missionaries in 1521. It is one of the earliest cultivated and most revered fruits. The pomegranate is native to Iran and the Himalayas in northern India, and has been cultivated and naturalized to the Mediterranean region, as well as parts of China. It is...
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