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Man may not live by bread alone, but I think women could survive solely on chocolate. Let’s face it, ladies, chocolate is our guilty pleasure. We crave it, and sometimes we cannot get enough of it. Eating chocolate can affect our disposition and … more
You’ve done this dozens of times before. You watched your mom and bubbe prepare for Pesach when you were a child. So, chances are you’ve got things covered. But in case you don’t, food writer, lecturer and kosher cooking instructor Joan … more
JTA+ – Ritz has a new bacon-flavored cracker hitting shelves – with kosher certification. The signature O.U.–Dairy symbol appears on the box of the Nabisco nosh. “There was much discussion over the decision about this product,” … more
Planning for Passover involves food-related tasks. For the Seder, many of us focus on traditional family recipes because they remain favorites. But the remaining six days also need to be considered. Here are some post-Seder recipes for the rest of … more
The Passover Seder Survival Guide, a program of the Jewish Outreach Institute and funded locally by the Alliance with additional funding from the Women’s Alliance Endowment Fund, took place on Thursday, April 3. Kit Haspel, the Director of … more
When you think about kosher wine for Passover, you probably think about a syrupy sweet concoction that grandmas sip in lieu of dessert. No need to be a Man-o-Manischewitz. Why cry over the poor quality of wine when there’s already enough saltwater … more
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
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