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You're hosting Rosh Hashanah dinner for the first time this year but you're not really interested in cooking traditional dishes. Should you put your tastes aside or get creative? 

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You're going to a bachelor party and you typically eat and drink a lot less than the other guys. You'll pay your share for the guest of honor, but don't want to subsidize the others. Is there a polite way to say something in advance to avoid any awkwardness when the check arrives?

 
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The wedding planning's going well, though there is one snag: The bride and groom are committed to having kosher food but the bride's mother thinks its costly and doesn't understand why it's so important. How does the bride-to-be persuade her mother and keep the wedding on track?

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