Monday, August 31, 2015 Elul 16, 5775
Experience the tastes, flavors and spices of Israel with Israel to Go: Look & Cook Book , a pocket culinary tour through Israel released by Taglit-Birth­right Israel.
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Linda Morel, JE Feature
While at other Jewish holidays, meat is considered festive fare, at Shavuot, dairy dishes abound.
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Dairy Should Do It
In anticipation of Shavuot, which begins the evening of May 14, here are a few recipes for blintzes from Spice and Spirit: The Complete Kosher Jewish Cookbook.
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Rivka Tal, JE Feature
Even if it’s still cold out, do yourself a favor and bring some mint into your home. Aside from the aroma, here are some ideas to get you cooking.
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Where did they come from, anyway -- and aren't we glad they're here to stay!
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Andrew Schloss, JE Feature
What is the Chanukah-latke link? Although Chanukah is not one of the ancient holidays of the Old Testament, it is more than 2,000 years old. Yet potato latkes -- the food most identified with the celebration of Chanukah -- have been around for barely a few centuries. No one really knows why potato latkes (Yiddish for "pancakes") have become so...
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