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JTA – Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz — South Florida congresswoman, chair of the Democratic National Committee, mother of three school-age children – is also, apparently, something of maven in the kitchen. Wasserman Schultz (aka … more
Break out the latkes, gelt, Hanukkah candles and He’brew Beer; it’s time to start prepping for the holidays! In November, 18-year-old Shmaltz Brewing Company rolled out three limited-edition releases straight from their newly expanded … more
NEW YORK (JTA) – There’s nothing quite like that first night of Hanukkah: a platter full of hot, crispy latkes and the accompanying applesauce and sour cream. It’s classic, delicious and a beloved comfort food for so many American Jews. … more
NEW YORK (JTA) – Janna Gur’s “The Book of New Israeli Food” has sat on my kitchen counter with my other favorite cookbooks for years, and I frequently pull it out for friends and family who are unfamiliar with Israeli cuisine, saying, … more
(Part two of two) Enjoy the second installment of Temple Beth-El’s World Series of Jewish Noshes recipes. As mentioned last week, some of these are award-winning dishes. Others are simply delicious. Eggplant Dip Emily … more
(Part one of two parts) These dishes scored high marks from Temple Beth-El’s event judges. Some even won prizes! Make these delicacies yourself and you might even receive praise from family members. It’s as easy as chopped liver. Vegan … more
JNS.ORG –If the words “kosher catering” conjure up visions of bland and unhealthy food, and memories of bar and bat mitzvahs past still haunt you, remember that planning your upcoming simcha doesn’t have to be a monotonous process full of … more
We love this time of the year. The trees are decked out in reds, yellows and golds. Warm, sunny days are followed by cool crisp nights, just chilly enough for an extra blanket or two. And as we’ve been reminded by the holidays just passed, the … more
TEL AVIV (JTA) – The music pounded, the liquor flowed, dancers filled the floor and khinkali meat dumplings and kababi skewers – staples of traditional Georgian cuisines – sat on almost every table. That was back in February, before … more
Congregation B’nai Israel, like many synagogues in Rhode Island, has a long tradition of communal cooking, for Shabbat, kiddush, bar and bat mitzvahs, holidays and many other events. At CBI, in Woonsocket, the biggest event of the year is … more
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