In the Kitchen
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On the last day of Pesach, or as my husband Jerry likes to kid, “the eighth day of a seven day holiday,” he commemorated his father’s yahrzeit. He identified with and admired his … more
Although Judy stayed home for Pesach, she took a few “travel days” off from her column, so we’re reprinting her post-Pesach dispatch from 2012. The last of the Pesach dishes, … more
INGREDIENTS: 4 teaspoons olive oil 4 cups onions chopped 2 tablespoon fresh garlic, chopped 1/2 teaspoon salt Fresh ground black pepper 20 ounces of fresh spinach or 2 (10 … more
By the time you are reading this, it will probably be Shabbos morning. Although the paper will be on the stands Wednesday morning, let’s be honest — no one is reading the paper over a … more
It’s heeeeeeeere! Last week before Pesach. I’m usually done with all my shopping and started kasheing my oven, stove etc. Unfortunately, this year (due to neck issues from being … more
Normally, with baseball season starting yesterday, I would be writing about my beloved team, the Atlanta Braves. In the past, when the season started, I was proud, excited and psyched to cheer them … more
When I married in 1983, my friends were either renting apartments in Forest Hills, Riverdale or Flatbush. We chose Forest Hills. It was a nice Jewish community, only a 25 minute subway ride to … more
The Jewish Star columnist Judy Joszef demonstrated how to make hamentashen for residents of the Woodmere Rehabilitation Center. Cindy Kunst and David Hill, along with 10 others, had a great time … more
Although the last graduates of the Brooklyn Talmudical Academy (BTA) and the Central Yeshiva High School for Girls left the East 14th building over 35 years ago, it was still sad to hear about … more
Yesterday I accompanied my daughter for a bridal gown fitting. It was her third appointment; during it, she tried on the muslin. A muslin, made from inexpensive fabric, is used to test the … more
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