Thursday, November 27, 2014 Kislev 5, 5775
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Ethel Hofman, Jewish Exponent Feature
THE JEWISH KITCHEN It's a small spiral notebook, the kind that you can find in any store. On the soft cover is a color photograph of a biker in front of a garden bright with summer flowers; the title: Recipes for Rothschild: Battling Cancer One Meal at a Time . What makes it so exceptional is that the healthy-looking biker...
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Louise Fiszer, Jewish Exponent Feature
It's as predictable as falling snow flakes -- with the harsh winds of winter, my mind turns to heartier and more sustaining menus. What could be more substantial, nourishing and, of course, delicious than a beautiful, bountiful bowl of soup? If you are intimidated by the thought that soup-making is an all-day project, consider the following suggestions, all of which...
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'Iron Chefs' come to town and show off their strengths
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Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
<p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span id="mainContent_lblArticleHtml">Put three chefs in a shul social hall, each with only one pot and two butane burners, and what do you get? As a judge, I thought, not much. </span></p> <p><span id="mainContent_lblArticleHtml">Wrong. On a Saturday night at Temple Brith Achim in King of Prussia, chefs Mark Fenner, David Green and Jeff Rosen created six sensational main dishes --...
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The spicy-sweet aroma of fresh tomatoes stewing in herbs wafted through the maze of hallways on the third floor of Frankford High School. At the source of this enticing smell -- the culinary arts classroom -- 26 students crowded forward to get a closer look at visiting chef Michael Katz's chopping technique. Normally, Katz would be in Jerusalem, overseeing a...
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Cheer a match made among royalty with scones
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Eileen Goltz, JE Feature
If you're into all things British (Hello, the engagement of Prince William!), then you need to know about the scone. The scone is the British version of quick bread, and is said to be of Scottish origin. This pastry is a cousin to the Scottish griddle cake known as a bannock. In the beginning, scones were made from oats and...
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