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Leafing through “Cooking Inspired: Bringing Creativity and Passion Back into the Kitchen,” it’s almost as if the food is on the table in front of you, not beckoning from a one-dimensional image. That the author’s depictions of dishes are … more
Individuals choose a gluten-free lifestyle for a variety of reasons. For some, gluten (a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, spelt and kamut) is not easily digested and can cause hundreds of ailments including celiac, Crohn’s disease, arthritic … more
Rhode Island is a small state that is big on local agriculture, growing its farms by two percent from 2007 to 2012 and by half in the last decade, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture preliminary census –all while the number of U.S. … more
Michael Brown set out to write “The Jewish Gardening Cookbook” because he missed Israel after living there with his family for nearly ten years. He missed the history, the countryside, the herbs and the “bond between the land and myself as a … more
If you love preparing food, but your pantry is a mess, here are 10 creative and inexpensive ways to organize your kitchen. 1. Use a decorative casserole dish, flower pot or decorative container to corral often-used kitchen items. … more
On March 2, young and old alike joined in the fun on Purim Mitzvah Day at the Phyllis Siperstein Tamarisk Assisted Living Residence in Warwick. Participants baked more than 700 hamentaschen, and made colorful crafts. more
Bob Haiken (left), chair of Temple Sinai’s social action committee and David Rosen, a congregant and retired baker made hamantaschen to send to college students. more
On Tuesday, March 4, 15 Lion of Judah women gathered at the home of Tina Odessa for an interactive cooking experience with professional chef Ilan Barniv. They enjoyed tuna tartare, rainbow trout and a Mediterranean pancake dessert. They were … more
Some people just get it. They know what needs to be done, how to do it and when to start thinking about what’s next. Sandy Ross is one of them. We met to talk about her new venture, Catering to Tradition, which she started with chef Andrew … more
In recent years, homemade food for dogs has become a popular alternative to commercial canned or dry varieties. Nonetheless, it is crucial that your canine’s diet is a balanced one. Dogs require protein, based on their age, size and breed. Fiber … more
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