Sunday, November 23, 2014 Kislev 1, 5775
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Shannon Sarna | My Jewish Learning
These three dishes taste better when prepared well ahead of time and make a great addition to a Yom Kippur break-fast.
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Sharon Matten, JE Feature
The High Holidays mark a time of traditions, both new and old, that infuse themselves into these tasty recipes.
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Infuse the taste of a sweet New Year into your High Holiday menus with these tantalizing recipes.
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Taylor Orlin, JE Feature
Get creative with a new twist on classic matzah ball soup, challah and tzimmes recipes to kick off the High Holidays.
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Volvér, the exceptional restaurant in the Kimmel Center, shows us a new side — or 15 — of chef José Garces.
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