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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...

Three Divas: first course, Helen Nash

It’s that time of year again, when we our test kitchen flows with autumnal ingredients, our sink overflows with pots and baking pans, and our oven produces all...

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 September 14, 2012, before the...

Classic honey cake

What’s Rosh Hashana without honey cake? We loved testing out the recipes for apple cake and chocolate tart, but couldn’t imagine going into tonight with no...

Rosh Hashanah anthem

Still looking for a place to pray on Rosh Hashana? An Aish website features a comprehensive listing of synagogues – including in Denver, Evergreen and Greenwood...

…And one for the chocoholics

As mentioned in our previous posting, for this year’s Rosh Hashanah Foods section, the IJN let no bottle of cream go wasted, no sack of sugar untouched, and, of...

Sweet new year, and we mean sweet!

Apples and honey? Sure, it’s tradition, and yes, a crunchy sour apple with a dollop of honey is a winning combination, but is it a dish worthy of transmitting all...

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 September 23, 2011, before the...

Blowing the shofar – a mile above sea level

It’s not something one ponders often, but how difficult is it to blow the shofar in Denver, at one mile or 5280 feet above sea level? In its Rosh Hashana edition,...