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Muffin. The word may elicit visions of a huge chocolate chip filled sweet confection, or a flat disc-shaped yeast-risen dough that must be toasted before eating. Both have interesting … more
February is national chocolate month. While Ashkenazic Jews came to chocolate a bit late, Sephardic Jews enjoyed it for centuries. My grandmothers never used chocolate in … more
This past weekend, the world marked International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Many of us also know it as the day that Auschwitz was liberated. The hashtag #We Remember was used throughout the day to … more
Tu B’Shevat is a wonderful, fun holiday that celebrates the birthday of the trees. It’s always meant that spring would be coming … more
  Challah is so important to Shabbos that, if a family cannot afford both wine and challah, the challah is considered the more important item. There are many commandments and customs … more
I love Shabbat. I love the routine and the majesty that heralds a time of rest after a busy week. I especially love Shabbat in the winter. And, even though I absolutely do not like the cold, … more
Each new year brings with it lots of food trends. Some of the hottest trends of 2017 were surprising — like charcoal-based foods, including ice cream, and, one of the hottest trends, … more
Celiac disease is a common autoimmune disease that affects the ability to digest gluten, the protein found in wheat, rye and barley. The issue is the chemical, gliadin, to which patients form an … more
When I began writing about food, I was in the midst of feeding three children who ranged in age from infancy to pre-teen. One … more
Canukah is a wonderful time of year to have company and trade recipes for latkes and more. I used to make sufganiyot every year. I loved doing that, but now, I prefer experimenting with latkes and … more
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