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This one-pot paprika chicken is a take on my mom’s memorable paprika chicken recipe. I have very fond memories of cleaning the whole bird and then rubbing it down with loads of paprika for … more
Fruit has always been part of a healthy Jewish diet, and all those mentioned in Genesis and beyond are still around today. Thanks to interstate and international commerce, we can get fruits from … more
Now that summer is in full swing and barbecue invitations are plentiful, I have to curb my penchant for hot dogs. You see, at a barbecue, I can easily scarf down three hotdogs, aside from chicken and … more
I write this from the sweltering heat of Florida. Florida in July is often cooler than the Northeast in July, but not this summer — Florida has been under a heat wave of epic proportions. … more
Of all Jewish desserts, there is none more iconic than the black-and-white cookie. It comes in all shapes and sizes, but if you’re looking for authenticity, only the round one counts. If you … more
Behold the coleslaw! The truth is that most people do not. The mostly-ignored garnish, found in restaurants and often tossed out with the trash, is often ignored or set aside. Who thinks about … more
If you’ve been to a falafel or shwarma stand in Israel, then you have probably heard of amba. It’s a spiced pickled mango condiment whose popularity in Israel comes by way of the Iraqi … more
It is almost July 4th, that most American of all American holidays. I am a true and unabashed patriot, especially on the Fourth of July, and I love the parades, the concerts and the many, many … more
A new Food Network show stars best-selling blogger and chef Molly Yeh, whose recipes are inspired by her Jewish-Chinese roots, the Midwest and farm life. In the seven-episode show, “Girl … more
For years I made Nach Waxman’s “most-Googled brisket recipe” for every Jewish holiday. My family loved it, but eventually we got tired of the same ol’, same ol’. One … more
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