Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774

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Next year in Jerusalem? Don't count on it, Jimmy! "Jimmy Carter: Man From Pains" -- oops, how did the "l" get deleted from that word? -- has had a "shove and be shoved" relationship with Israel and its supporters since his presidency played out in 1976. Kissed on the cheek by Prime Minister Menachem Begin at the Camp David accords,...
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Do not read this article unless you want a little taste of paradise!
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Andrew Schloss
Although chocolate is an effortless way to bake in richness, working with it has its quirks. First, there is the melting of it. Chocolate burns easily, which is why most cookbooks warn against ever melting chocolate without the protection of a double boiler. But the following recipes avoid the trouble of a double boiler by melting the chocolate in a...
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Zach Pontz, JE Feature
Dalia Sofer was only 10 when her family fled their homeland of Iran in the wake of the Islamic revolution of the late 1970s, which saw the end of the Shah's regime. Still, despite her tender years at the time of this forced leave-taking and her sketchy memories of the past, Sofer told a local synagogue audience that she drew...
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I've said it many times over the years -- Yale University Press continues, season after season, to publish some of the finest, most adventurous books to appear in this country. And not only do they do it consistently, but they do it in bulk. They don't print just five or six top-quality works every fall and spring, but often dozens...
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No, says Jerry Seinfeld, who now feels at home in a honeycomb
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Hey, Seinfeld, what breakfast combines your love of cereal, that famous TV show's theme and your new "Bee Movie" movie? Huh? Huh? Nuttin', honey. Gold, Jerry. Gold. Joke boy doesn't seem in a joking mood this morning. He walks into a party like he's walking onto a yacht ... or maybe a parking lot of Porsches, the poor man's golden...
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