Monday, September 22, 2014 Elul 27, 5774

By:
Linda Morel
My husband was aghast the first time he saw me eating a hot dog. We were dating at the time, and I'm lucky he called me again. That's because I have the habit of piling multiple ingredients on hot dogs, hoping the roll will hold everything in place. It never does entirely. Of course, I agree that unadorned hot dogs...
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Eileen Goltz, Jewish Exponent Feature
Thank goodness that not that long ago, some enterprising chef realized that the soy bean in its fresh form -- aka edamame -- is a fabulous food, and thereby started a new food craze. Edamame is a green vegetable that's full of protein and a wonderful source for calcium, magnesium, riboflavin, thiamin, foliate and iron. These large beans come in...
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There’s no better treat on a sweltering day
By:
Rivka Tal
We know summer is here when we hear the call of the watermelon man going around the neighborhood.
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Trying to lose weight? Need to feed a big family? Want to save on your grocery bill?
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When the Nazis instituted their euthanasia program in January 1940, they began by distributing a questionnaire to the directors of institutions where potential victims might be housed. One of the key questions, from a historian's perspective, focused on whether a particular mentally or physically disabled person was productive in any way. "These forms were sent to the directors by the...
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