Monday, September 22, 2014 Elul 27, 5774
The sweet smell of fall is in the air, and the High Holidays are upon us. It's the time for fresh fruits and vegetables like apples and squash, pumpkin and pomegranates. As orange is the color du jour , carrots also make their mark in the form of a warm tzimmes. What you might try that's a bit different are...
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And nothing ensures that more than oodles of desserts
By:
Louise Fiszer
BEYOND CHICKEN SOUP As soon as I see the first fall apples and pears appear in the markets, my thoughts turn to Rosh Hashanah. And by the time you read this column, all my desserts and soup will be sitting in the freezer, waiting for the holidays. In the days prior to this Jewish New Year, I'll be out of...
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By:
Eileen Goltz
The color and flavor of honey differ depending on a bee's nectar source (the blossoms). In fact, there are more than 300 unique kinds of honey in the United States and even more available throughout the world, coming from such diverse floral sources as clover, eucalyptus and orange blossom. In general, lighter colored honeys are mild in flavor, while darker...
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The heat is on -- in the ovens, that is. Everyone is out shopping or bustling in their kitchens in preparation for the holidays. If you haven't already completed your menu, take these tasty ideas into consideration. Turkey Tenderloins With Caramelized Onions (Meat) Fresh thyme and sweet onions add lots of flavor to a very simple sauté. 1 tsp. vegetable...
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What do Israelis serve at Rosh Hashanah? Try a whole host of ethnic delicacies!
By:
Linda Morel, JTA
What does a typical Israeli family eat on Rosh Hashanah? It's hard to say with certainty. Ask any two Jews, and you're likely to get three opinions. In a sense, it's an unfair question because no two families in Israel, or in any country, celebrate the holiday in the same way. However, Janna Gur, author of The Book of New...
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