In the Kitchen
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This past Shabbat, my husband Jerry and I were invited to our next door neighbors and good friends, Ely and Suzy Libin, for dessert. Their mechatanim, Claire and Stuie Hershkowitz, happen to be … more
On Sunday we showered my daughter Jordana with good wishes at her bridal shower. Let me just say, “Boy, have times changed.” When I first married 33 years ago my friends hosted a … more
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
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