In the Kitchen
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My husband Jerry is into ordering things online. Most things, he doesn’t know he needs, until he actually sees them. Over the last few years, he started collecting miniature figurines. First … more
Being it’s after Thanksgiving as I write this article, and after a huge delicious Shabbat lunch at the Rothenbergs and an amazing night of non-stop eating on Sunday night at the Berg-Coplin … more
I can always count on my husband being late. Most of the time, it’s really not his fault, as I know he has absolutely no concept of time — unless it has to do with his beloved New … more
Last time I wrote about our kids’ pets, it was about Abbey, the cat belonging to Jerry’s daughter, Elana, and Murphy, the dog belonging to my daughter and son-in-law, Jordana and Dan. … more
Why is it, that everything happens right before Shabbat starts? Two weeks ago, half the electricity went out in my house. The freezers and fridge in the garage were out, as was my oven in the … more
I’ve been baking challah for about 34 years. I added honey, margarine, sugar and cinnamon, way before it was in vogue. I always wanted to find a recipe I loved for a water challah … more
Sukkot is related to the way the Jewish people lived while wandering in the desert for 40 years, building tents called sukkot that sheltered them. In their wildest dreams, I don’t think they … more
Jerry has wonderful memories of davening with his father in Rabbi Landau’s shetible, in Flatbush, on the Yomim Tovim. Starting when he was a young boy … more
Way back in Medieval Germany, dumplings were a culinary innovation, only recently arrived from Asia. These were simple, doughy balls. They weren’t filled with meat, potatoes or cheese; they … more
Last week, I had the pleasure of attending a Hadassah dinner, honoring a dear friend (and former Jewish Star columnist), Miriam Bradman Abrahams … more
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