Tuesday, May 26, 2015 Sivan 8, 5775

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Carin M. Smilk, JE Feature
August came and went with some unexpected surprises down the shore -- an earthquake, a hurricane and, maybe equally as groundbreaking, a glatt-kosher deli. Shalom Pita -- opened in May 2010 in Ventnor, N.J., as a kosher falafel and pizza place -- took a new turn after Tisha B'Av this year, when it went from dairy to meat. While falafel...
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Ethel Hofman
THE JEWISH KITCHEN When I read in a recent copy of the Forward about "Pickle-ness" being prevalent again on Manhattan's Lower East Side, I was intrigued. I thought that the immigrant cuisine in an area that had been home to millions of Jewish and other immigrants had totally disappeared. Not so. A new food-tasting tour organized by the Lower East...
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Linda Morel, JE Feature
On a recent trip to Turkey, I discovered mezze -- beautifully seasoned appetizers similar to Italian antipasto. Every lunch and dinner began with a selection of these piquant dishes. To live in Turkey means to be immersed in mezze culture. The experience reminded me of Spanish tapas. They drink Raki, an anise-flavored spirit as fierce as lions, as an accompaniment...
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Jill Radwin, JE Feature
Is the Female Hebrew Benevolent Society one of Philadelphia's best-kept secrets? Although the organization has helped countless struggling women, it doesn't advertise, choosing instead to quietly send personal letters to potential donors. Now, more than 19 decades after the organization was founded, a new generation of parents and children throughout the country are being exposed to the group's work through...
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He is heavy; he's their "Idiot Brother." The Rochlin sisters have a burden to bear in their cannabis-is-us, honest-to-a-fault, good-natured Deadhead of a brother, Ned, who'd give pot as a present to a cop if he thought the man in blue needed some ganga green uplift. Which is what he actually does, getting eight months in the slammer for his...
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