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Asparagus is one of the many foods that signal spring. Although you can buy it year-round in the vegetable section of your supermarket, it is never better than at this time of the year. Did you know that the Romans cultivated asparagus as far … more
Family Features – There’s no better place than the kitchen to honor your special bond with a woman who has taught you all you know about cooking and baking. Whether she’s your mom, or a woman who has been like a mom in your life, Mother’s … more
(The Nosher via JTA) – In the ancient world, bread was usually made by using a type of sourdough starter. A little bit of raw dough was set aside, unbaked, in a cool, shaded place. This dough was then used as the leavening agent for the next … more
(The Dayton Jewish Observer/JTA) – Vegetarian food brought Cantor Jenna Greenberg and Rabbi Josh Ginsberg together. The two met as students at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York, when a classmate organized a singles dinner at a kosher … more
“Passover is coming! Don’t panic!” So begins Mindy Ginsberg’s new cookbook, “The Easy-Way-Out-of Passover Cookbook,” which goes on to say: “Believe it or not you may even enjoy this crazy week” and “I actually like to stay … more
(Part 1 of 2) Years ago, when my youngest son was 4, on the sixth or seventh night of Passover, he asked what was for dinner. “Please,” he begged, “don’t say the M word.” After I stopped laughing, and served up matzo pizza for … more
While chocolate is not usually considered a healthy snack, eating dark chocolate in moderation can be good for us.  Dark chocolate contains a variety of antioxidants that prevent damage in your body caused by harmful waste products. … more
(The Nosher via JTA) – As a former chef and pastry chef, I had many delicious sweet and savory treats in mind to turn into hamantaschen for this year. But I wanted to keep it simple enough to recreate in a home kitchen, yet something different to … more
NEW YORK (JTA) – Hamantaschen talk is always about the filling: prune, poppy, apricot and strawberry, just to name a few favorites. I love being creative with the fillings, but this year I wanted to change up things with a flavored dough rather … more
I’ve heard about several cookbooks in the last few weeks. But one, “Living a Real Life with Real Food: How to Get Healthy, Lose Weight and Stay Energized – the Kosher Way,” (Skyhorse Publishing, 2014) particularly appealed to me with its … more
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