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Blogging has always been a hobby of mine, or at least I’d like to think it is. I’ve started three blogs in my lifetime, and I do very much enjoy writing out my thoughts. But, like … more
This story originally appeared on The Nosher.     On Passover, Jews are prohibited from consuming any foods made with five familiar grains: wheat, oats, rye, spelt (which is … more
The Nosher via JTA – Haroset is one of the most important food components of the Passover seder. Its intense sweetness symbolizes optimism,  contrasting with the bitter maror and salty … more
  (The Nosher via JTA) – Haroset is one of the most important food components of the Passover seder. Its intense sweetness symbolizes optimism, contrasting with the bitter maror and … more
(JTA) — Few people have any great solutions for this difficult moment in human history, but Sudeep Agarwala is one of them. As a yeast scientist, Agarwala spends much of his time thinking … more
Hi there! It’s Lisa. You may know me from the programs I’ve organized at the Jewish Alliance, or maybe you’ve seen me sweat it out with Coach Rob in the JCC. Given our current state … more
Americans don’t have nearly the appreciation that Israelis do for quiche. In the States, it’s an unimaginative brunch addition that never really shines. But in Israel, it’s the star of many lunch tables and an incredible dairy dinner. Not to mention Shavuot, which could literally be called the “quiche holiday.” more
Bringing new life to hamantaschen was a challenge. People are dead set on their favorite flavors like classic poppy seed and apricot. Of course, newer directions such as Nutella and rainbow funfetti are a big hit with the kids, but reinventing the grown-up hamantaschen into a decadent cookie you actually crave was very important to me. Then it hit me: alfajores! more
My not-so-healthy Jewish food resolution for 2020 sounds simple: eat more blintzes. But as with the best blintzes, it’s a little more complex than this simple statement.  more
This originally appeared on The Nosher. Winter months require a steady stream of comfort food for survival. But the start of the year also brings a time when people are more health-focused, perhaps even cutting their meat intake. more
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