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My grandmother was such a powerful woman. I wrote this article in her memory, and for the memories she gave me and my family. Both of my grandmas made aliyah to Israel from Yemen in the 1950s, one … more
(Family Features) Bolstering your immune system during winter, when coughs and colds seem to take control, is a must for the entire family. Supporting your wellness can start in a simple place … more
I was never able to pronounce the name of this pastry correctly. Sfenj actually means “sponge,” and these are indeed spongy, springy and full of air bubbles. I learned this recipe from my friend and pastry chef Ruta ... more
There were many possible ways to celebrate Rabbi Sarah Mack’s 20 years of service at Providence’s Temple Beth-El, but no celebration would have been tastier than the World Series of … more
This story was originally published on The Nosher. Stuffed vegetables are a tradition on Sukkot, in celebration of the yearly harvest. I love finding the commonalities among different … more
This story originally appeared in The Nosher. Ruffle milk pie is a Greek dessert made with a simple custard base and rose-like coils of phyllo dough. It’s a type of galatopita (Greek for … more
When it comes to the rich tapestry of Jewish traditions, few things evoke a sense of warmth and togetherness quite like the celebration of Shabbat. Gathering with family and friends to welcome the … more
We grew up in Barcelona, Spain. Not exactly your typical Jewish upbringing, and while we loved the beautiful city, it could be difficult and isolating during the Jewish holidays. Nevertheless … more
Family Features – When hunger strikes and family fun calls for a snack to keep the excitement going, take your kiddos to the kitchen to whip up a tasty treat for all to enjoy. Whether … more
Chanie Apfelbaum’s newest cookbook, “Totally Kosher,” is filled with many inventive, flavor-packed recipes, like “Miso Matzo Ball Soup,” “Berbere Brisket” … more
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