Wednesday, January 28, 2015 Shevat 8, 5775

By:
Ethel Hofman, Jewish Exponent Feature
THE JEWISH KITCHEN With a record number of new Passover foods and prize-winning wines flooding the supermarkets these days, planning Passover seders has never been easier. You can add sparkle to dishes with items like Leiber's Macadamia Oil (great for your own salad dressings and marinades), an upscale line of wine jellies from Oshra Tishbi in tantalizing flavors such as...
Comment0
By:
SPEAKING VOLUMES "This is an essay about a strain of nasty, knowing abuse spreading like pinkeye through the national conversation -- a tone of snarking insult provoked and encouraged by the new hybrid world of print, television, radio and the Internet. It's an essay about style and also, I suppose, grace. Anyone who speaks of grace -- so spiritual a...
Comment0
By:
The New Yorker cartoon has possibly spawned more discussion than even the magazine itself, among both passionate devotees and critics of the form. For the first 50 of the publication's 85 years to date, its cartoons held mostly to a one-panel shape with a single caption or punch line running beneath the visual. The dominant tone over those five decades...
Comment0
By:
EILEEN GOLTZ, Jewish Exponent Feature
In the midst of my "let's clean out all the refrigerators" pre-Pesach craziness, I discovered the remaining 11 cans of 12 of the beer that my neighbor contributed to our Super Bowl party. Being a "let's try anything as an ingredient kind of cook" I already know that beer could be used in just about every method of cooking known...
Comment0
Learn to speak fish, the versatile dish
By:
Louise Fiszer, Jewish Exponent Feature
BEYOND CHICKEN SOUP Gefilte fish, pickled fish, smoked fish, sweet-and-sour fish ... all Jewish cooks are familiar with fish in one incarnation or another. And what better time to think fish than when the weather starts to get warmer -- finally! -- and when Passover time rolls around. Although prepared differently in the myriad of Jewish ethnic kitchens, a fish...
Comment0
Advertisement
Advertisement

Arts and Culture Events

Wed. Jan 28
National Museum of American Jewish History
5:00 PM-8:00 PM
Wed. Jan 28
Renaissance Group
7:00 PM-10:00 PM
Thu. Jan 29
National Museum of American Jewish History
6:00 PM-8:00 PM

Advertisement

Advertisement