In the Kitchen
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My husband Jerry became a grandfather for the eighth time three weeks ago. His son Yoni and wife Esther had a beautiful baby boy, who joins two older brothers and a sister. … more
Back to school: three dreaded words. To kids, that is! (most parents can be seen dancing in the streets come the first day of school). Of course we, as parents, deal with all the issues leading up to … more
Those the camp buses have rolled back into town. (Didn’t they just leave? Wasn’t it yesterday that all the trunks were being packed?) It’s been a while … more
My husband Jerry and I have been invited to twelve weddings this summer. As of today we have attended seven.  Seven outfits, pairs of shoes and evening bags. Hair, makeup and — oh, yes … more
As I sit down to write this week’s column, I’m thinking about what I will eat before and after the fast (I’d rather not think about the fasting part). Jerry, on the other hand, … more
Summer is my favorite season and so far, I’ve been keeping busy. My daughter and son-in-law’s dog, Murphy kept us company for a week while they enjoyed their first anniversary on July … more
Since this is almost my sixth (yikes!) year writing this column, I’ve run out of amusing July 4th stories. So, instead I decided to do some research on Independence Day. Sure, we may celebrate … more
I was in the frozen yogurt store Erev Shavuot, buying yogurt to make a cake for dessert, when I bumped into my cousin Danny Gluck. He started to say how his daughter Rylee loved … and I … more
This past Sunday was a beautiful spring day from Jerry’s perspective. It was sunny and cool and precipitated Jerry’s reflecting back on how he spent spring days when he was very young and … more
Every year, when May rolls around, it brings back memories of Memorial Day weekend at Grossinger’s, a big singles event that was followed by July 4th, Shabbat Nachamu, and Labor Day weekend. … more
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