Thursday, November 27, 2014 Kislev 5, 5775
By:
Jamie Geller, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
So this is where it all comes together — all the thought, all the planning, the testing. And the tasting, of course — always the best part. In the coming year, may all of your meals be cooked to perfection — may nothing burn, nothing get soggy or fall apart. May it be a year of culinary delights and taste-bud...
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Mollie Katzen, JNS.ORG
Lucky for us, Rosh Ha­shan­ah comes in the fall, just when early apples are beginning their long, happy autumn session. This is a great time of year to get truly creative with apples, beyond the usual (and lovely) ritual of dipping them in honey at the onset of the meal. While Jewish food tends to be extremely subjective — with...
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Jewish holidays are times for worship, family and, of course, food. Favorite dish­es handed down through generations are often mainstays on the menu. But whether you need help re-creating a fondly remembered family dish or you’re looking for ways to put your own stamp on holiday celebrations, Jane Cohen’s Jewish Holiday Cooking offers a world of possibilities. From traditional Ashkenazi...
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By:
Eileen Goltz, Jewish Exponent Feature
Oh joy! It’s that time of year when we get to eat honey cake (yes, this is sarcasm). Okay, before you get your yontif nose out of joint, I will freely admit that I’m among the minority of the tribe that really never cared for this quintessential holiday treat. It’s probably not my favorite because my mom didn’t care for...
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WHAT'S COOKING?
By:
Linda Morel, Jewish Exponent Feature
Two years ago, our family planted its first vegetable garden. With the best of intentions, the 2010 and 2011 ­seasons were a bust. We ­didn't harvest enough to cover a salad plate. My two granddaughters' hopes were dashed by this meager showing. But this summer, with raised beds, enriched soil and some experience behind us, our garden yielded more lettuce,...
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