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Watch: How to fold your hamantaschen - Jewish Chronicle
22 Feb 2018


Jewish Chronicle

Watch: How to fold your hamantaschen
Jewish Chronicle
Yes, you know that hamantaschen are triangular pastries that we traditionally eat at Purim, And you almost certainly know that all you need to make them is some pastry (non-bakers can even buy it ready-made if they feel the need) some kosher jam and a ...


Kugel — tradition, recipes & lore, part 2 - Canadian Jewish News (blog)
21 Feb 2018


Canadian Jewish News (blog)

Kugel — tradition, recipes & lore, part 2
Canadian Jewish News (blog)
Last week we began to look at kugel, the pudding (often noodle or potato) that's enjoyed on Shabbat. There are practically endless variations and scores of sites that boast the best recipes anywhere. We'll hunt for the authentic proto-kugel and bite ...


Should Hamantaschen Be Sweet Or Savory? - Forward
21 Feb 2018


Forward

Should Hamantaschen Be Sweet Or Savory?
Forward
The Jewish holiday of Purim is fast-approaching: In 2018, the holiday begins the night of February 28 and ends March 1st. The holiday, which commemorates the tale of how Queen Esther spoiled Haman's plot to massacre the Jews in Persia, is often ...


New flavours to cherish - Jewish Chronicle
16 Feb 2018


Jewish Chronicle

New flavours to cherish
Jewish Chronicle
Her new book includes plenty of classic haimishe recipes like salt beef, gefilte fish and chopped liver, plus some Sephardi dishes. Many of these, including shakshuka, Israeli salad and tahini sauce, are fast becoming part of the modern Jewish ...


Jewish cooking contest showcases variety of dishes and recipes - Daily Bruin
15 Feb 2018


Daily Bruin

Jewish cooking contest showcases variety of dishes and recipes
Daily Bruin
Usually libraries discourage visitors from eating food, but at the “Bread and Salt” Jewish Cooking Contest, intricate dishes filled up an entire library conference room. Tuesday's event, organized by Powell Library and the UCLA Alan D. Leve Center for ...


Cholent Pot Pie Recipe - Jewish Post
21 Feb 2018


Jewish Post

Cholent Pot Pie Recipe
Jewish Post
(Yehuda Sichel is the executive chef and partner of Abe Fisher, a restaurant in Philadelphia from James Beard Award-winning restaurateurs Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook.) The Nosher food blog offers a dazzling array of new and classic Jewish recipes ...


Healthy haimishe habits - Jewish Chronicle
02 Feb 2018


Jewish Chronicle

Healthy haimishe habits
Jewish Chronicle
When Paula Shoyer's publishers asked her to write a cookbook of healthy Jewish recipes, it could not have come at a worse time. She had recently lost her mother. “I knew I needed something to do, but I wasn't sure what. “I'd been eating badly and not ...


Introducing the Reader Recipe Exchange - St. Louis Jewish Light
25 Jan 2018


St. Louis Jewish Light

Introducing the Reader Recipe Exchange
St. Louis Jewish Light
Please share your favorite family recipes with us. When submitting, be sure to include all the ingredients and step-by-step directions. Remember to specify how long the recipe should be cooked and at what oven temperature. Recipes should be sent to ...


A manual for becoming a better baker - The Register-Guard
21 Feb 2018


A manual for becoming a better baker
The Register-Guard
Shannon Sarna's “Modern Jewish Baker: Challah, Babka, Bagels & More” is an excellent introduction to baking. These are recipes that will be enjoyed by all. In the introduction, Sarna tells her baking story. Her mother died when Sarna was 16 and she ...


Cooking Is Risky Business - Jewish Link of Bronx, Westchester and Connecticut
22 Feb 2018


Jewish Link of Bronx, Westchester and Connecticut

Cooking Is Risky Business
Jewish Link of Bronx, Westchester and Connecticut
It's risky to cook new things. Even though you want to. You really do. But you never know how it will turn out. Using new ingredients, new spices, new cooking methods, you never know if anyone will be willing to eat it. And you certainly don't know if ...


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