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IJN Chanukah Coloring Contest underway!

Early Chanukah (this year on Thanksgiving!), means an early deadline for the IJN’s annual Doris Sky Chanukah Coloring contest. Entry deadline is Tuesday, November...

Rosh Hashanah in the summer: Tomato-corn sauté

We promised you another recipe from our Rosh Hashanah’s Foods section, and here it is. Like the Palisades Peach Shortcake dessert in our previous posting, this...

Rosh Hashanah Foods: Peach shortcake

The days are still long. The sun is still bright. Yet Rosh Hashanah is rapidly approaching. Menu confusion, anyone? How do the traditional carrots, beets and red wine...

Your Rosh Hashanah greeting in the IJN

Wish your friends and family a Happy New Year, with your own personal message in the IJN’s special Rosh Hashanah edition published August 30, 2013, before the...

What’s a century between friends?

One hundred years. A century. Ten decades. 1,200 months. 5,217 weeks. 36,524 days. Wow! That’s a long time, isn’t it? To celebrate a centenary is to...

Pesach with the IJN

Passover may seem long at eight days, but if you’ve got the IJN boredom won’t be an issue! Our three-section Passover edition is published today and is packed with...

Welcome to volume 100

Today’s IJN is an extra special one – and not only because it includes our annual Boulder edition. Today’s IJN is the first issue of our centennial...

Low-fat latkes

Here’s something you probably thought you’d never hear: low-fat latkes. Sounds like sacrilege, or an oxymoron at best. But kosher cooking maven Helen Nash...

Exotic noodle (pudding) kugel

We’ve temporarily moved on from the “divas” (don’t worry, we’ll be back with Jamie Geller next week) and decided to go for the fourth cook...

Three Divas: Fishbein’s pasta

As promised Friday, we’re back with our second recipe from the IJN’s High Holiday Foods Supplement, this one from “diva” Susie Fishbein, a kosher...

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