Saturday, August 30, 2014 Elul 4, 5774
So versatile, so downright delicious, these fungi add to everything
By:
Daniel Stern, JE Feature
What makes something lasting? Or a masterpiece? Or an heirloom? Part of the value is probably sentimental, but most of the value comes from a quality that is able to withstand the test of time; to provide beauty or enjoyment regardless of the era in which it is being viewed or listened to; or, in this case, eaten. Some things...
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Honey is “manufactured” in one of the world’s most efficient factories — the beehive. Bees may travel as far as 55,000 miles and visit more than 2 million flowers to gather enough nectar to make just a pound of honey. The color and flavor of honey differ depending on the bees’ nectar source (the blossoms). In fact, there are more...
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During Rosh Hashanah, challah is often shaped into forms other than the usual braid. It may look like wings to associate man with the angels or like a ladder to facilitate our prayers reaching heaven. In a round form, such as this recipes provided courtesy of Jewish Holiday Feasts, the challah recalls the crown of God's kingdom - or the...
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Who doesn't like finger foods? OK, well, kids prefer them, that's for sure, and here's some recipes from the Tastes of Jewish Tradition to get them helping in the kitchen. The dishes are healthy and simple to prepare; make extra to put in little lunch boxes. Fresh Tomato Tart (Dairy) 1 basic pastry dough (10-inch) pie crust, found in the...
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It's hearth and home for the holidays
By:
Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
This year, Rosh Hashanah begins on the evening of Oct. 3. But don't get lulled into a false sense of security because Rosh Hashanah is late this year. Planning the menu, deciding which dishes may be prepared and frozen, and how many convenience items are going to be used can all be done weeks ahead of time. It all helps...
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