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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
Rainbow Bakery closed its doors for the final time Saturday. Owners Murray and Deby Kaplan have decided to retire and are shuttering the Cranston bakery after 67 years. 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
Join authors Robert Bildner and Elisa Spungen Bildner for a short cooking demo and discussion of their book, which pays tribute to dedicated family farmers and farm-to-table … more
(The Nosher) – Leave it to Sephardic Jews to make even a pedestrian dish — the ubiquitous matzah brei, a mash-up of fried matzah and egg – into something sublime. In his landmark … more
(The Nosher) – I see your carefully curated Instagram brunch with chia seed pudding, avocado toast and kombucha and raise you this: Chremslach. Chremslach (“chremsl’ for … more
Hope Street will soon be home to a new Kosher market and deli. Jeff Ingber and Freda Ronkin are teaming up to open Bubbie’s Market and Deli at 727 Hope St. Ingber, who has many years of … more
For many Jewish children all over the country, summer camp is a rite of passage. There is a unique magic to the quickly formed friendships, quirky activities and expansive nature exploration. The … more
Everyone loves eating latkes. Some people don’t even mind frying the latkes. Almost everyone loathes that post-frying, oil-laden smell that permeates the house … more
Family recipes: we know them, and we love them, but most of all, we get frustrated with them. Or is that just me? If you’ve seen my blog posts, Cooking with Lisa, you know that I struggle … more
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