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Chanukah recipes, revisited

Latkes: Wonderful, classic recipe. The russets worked great. Having no cheesecloth handy, we squeezed out the liquid using a thin cloth napkin. We did, however,...

Oy Chanukah, oy Chanukah

With Chanukah just around the corner, it’s to stock up on oil, potatoes, flour, yeast, raspberry preserves, apples — all the ingredients you need for latkes and...

Chanukah recipes: Kosher soul food

By Rachel Tepper, JTA MEMPHIS —— Southern food, a deep fried country cuisine eponymous with bacon fat and crawfish, is hardly something one would expect to find on a...

Turkey day!

One of our favorite days of the year is coming tomorrow. Thanksgiving is just a wonderful holiday. Cold weather, good food, family, gratitude, what more can you ask for?...

Fall harvest

Sukkot — the feast of booths. We tend to associate the holiday exclusively with its literal meaning – an outside abode, reminiscent of the temporary dwellings...

‘Final cut’ Rosh Hashanah recipes

After putting out an open call for recipes and tips — and also dabbling in the kitchen ourselves — we’ve come up with recipes and recommendations for some of...

Open call for High Holiday recipes

With Rosh Hashanah fast approaching – only 1 week now! – we turn to that ever fundamental aspect of Jewish holidays: food. And we’re asking Rocky...

Ode to a cheesecake

Ah, the quest for the perfect cheesecake. The basic ingredients are obvious: cream cheese and sugar. But then comes the art of preparation, and the plaguing question of...

Community comparisons, or, a mini-guide to kosher Zurich

Visitors always provide the reason – or much needed excuse – for excursions not usually pursued on one’s own. In this case, a family visit to Zurich led to the...

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