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Cooking through ‘More Real Life Kosher Cooking’

Sunday, April 5

Blogging has always been a hobby of mine, or at least I’d like to think it is. I’ve started three blogs in my lifetime, and I do very much enjoy writing out my thoughts. But, like most of my other hobbies, the blogs get pushed aside or forgotten about when life gets in the way. Currently, my blogs are just sitting in cyberspace waiting for a playwright to stumble upon them and make me famous.
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Thursday, February 6

MAZEL TOV – Ian Fink and Meghan Clark were married in Providence on Jan. 4. Ian is the son of Karen Fink of Providence and Mitchell Fink of Lille, France, and the grandson of the late Samuel …

Engaged

ENGAGED – Ried and Mindy Redlich of Cumberland are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Redlich, to Jason Shore, son of Steven and Marcia Shore of Simsbury, Connecticut. …

We Are Read
We Are Read in Israel

We Are Read in Israel – Barry, Ellen, Mitchell and Eddye Golden of East Greenwich were in Jerusalem for the new year.

WE ARE READ IN Morocco

WE ARE READ IN Morocco –  Having said kaddish for her mother earlier during the morning service, Karen Borger (second from right) is joined at Synagogue Lazama (built in 1492) by her …

Food

What to do with leftover haroset? Try this chicken with thyme recipe.

Sunday, April 5

The Nosher via JTA – Haroset is one of the most important food components of the Passover seder. Its intense sweetness symbolizes optimism,  contrasting with the bitter maror and salty …
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Keeping up with the news

In past years, July marked the beginning of the lazy, hazy days of summer. Warm temperatures and the vacation season sent us outdoors to crowd parks and beaches. Sneak a day off from work to go to a …

Hope amid the horrors

What a month it’s been. In Rhode Island and Massachusetts, we continued to stay home to help flatten the curve during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a community, we tried to stay connected online …