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At Passover, get the kids involved

As a parent, I’ve realized that the mitzvah of educating your children about the story of the Exodus from Egypt begins earlier — not at the seder, but before, in the...

For Tu b’Shevat a Wheat Berry Salad

This whole-grain salad can also be made with farro or freekeh — each has their own unique earthy flavor which complements the aromatic hazelnuts.

Lemon-Ricotta Fritters alternative to sufganiyot

These lemon-ricotta fritters are perfectly crisp and round. They’re so light and creamy with a hint of fresh lemon zest.

High Holiday Foods: Plum & rosemary challah

A slightly savory take on a sweet, Rosh Hashanah challah.

This year, try ‘pizza-taschen’

Barring one or two rare exceptions, the kosher frozen section in most Denver grocery stories have, for decades, consisted of the same products

Crossover flavors: Cranberry Challah Doughnuts

It’s not quite Thanksgivukkah — that won’t happen again for over 77,000 years — but we’re close this year, with Chanukah beginning just as Thanksgiving weekend...

Tested: Nanny’s Apple Cake

Back at the end of June, “Short Takes” featured seven Jewish foodie TikTokers to follow. One of them was Jake Cohen, a former food journalist turned social media...

A peachy Rosh Hashanah

Very rarely do these two wonderful things coincide: Palisade peach season and Rosh Hashanah. With an earlier Rosh Hashanah this year, starting at sundown on Sept. 6, all...

All hail the #grillmaster

When Chayim and Jennie Gerson gave their dad Rabbi Bernard Gerson a charcoal barbecue grill for Father’s Day some 13 years ago, little did they know that it would...

Farmer’s hash is morning fuel

As suggested in this week’s Generations magazine, a healthy breakfast not only starts your day right, but before a workout it will help improve performance both inside...