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BY RONNIE FEIN (JTA) — During the High Holy Days, I always make my family’s recipe for a dessert called turte, which is similar to Greek baklava. Rather than walnuts, however, … more
It’s September, and that means two things: the High Holy Days are upon us, and autumn is just around the corner. This is my absolute favorite time of year! I can already smell the … more
Let's call the whole thing delicious! No Jewish bakery is complete without a platter of these puffy pastries. And now, you can make rugelach at home. So pre-heat that oven and channel some patience … more
You say ROO-geh-lackhh. I say “RUH-guh-luh.” Let's call the whole thing delicious! No Jewish bakery is complete without a platter of these puffy pastries. And now you can make rugelach at home. more
(Family Features) Summer days are often spent with family and friends, soaking in the sun's rays and enjoying outdoor living with warm-weather activities. Complement this year's summertime excitement … more
Do you know what a heksher is? If you keep Kosher, or just buy Kosher goods, the answer is probably yes. Hekshers are those tiny Kosher certifying symbols on food labels, a stamp of approval from … more
PROVIDENCE – With summer right around the corner, it’s time to think about keeping children healthy while school is out. The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island provides free meals to … more
Paula Goldberg, a member of Temple Emanu-El, in Providence, started a baking project seven years ago, when she was a member of the West Bay Community Jewish Center. She asked volunteer bakers to … more
Who wants a cookie? I know I do! Especially when they’re black and white cookies, a favorite treat in Jewish households across the country.  They’re fun to make, they symbolize harmony and they taste great. more
With spending so much time at home, now is the perfect time to tackle a DIY kitchen project that you never seemed to have … more
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