In the Kitchen
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Here’s one more Judy rerun this week, as she wraps up her yeshiva-break vacation. Let’s face it, how many of us would like to limit the amount of fat in our diet? How many of us … more
Judy is off on a cruise, so we’re rerunning a “best of” column from a few years back when she didn’t get away. It’s the last week in January and I’m here in New … more
When I think of vacations, I’m reminded of Jackie Mason’s routine about Jewish people and our vacations at exclusive beaches, on exotic islands that we never heard of before (and … more
For those of us who love football there is Draft Day, Kickoff Weekend to Super Bowl Sunday, and, unfortunately, Black Monday, the day after the regular season ends, when a dozen teams prepare for the … more
It’s that time of year, New Year’s Eve. Although not a Jewish holiday, many of us use it as a time to get together with friends, as most of us are off the next day. I decided to check … more
A little over two months ago, I wrote a column in honor of my dear friend, Debbie Shafran’s father Harry Engelman, A”H. My husband Jerry and I met with Engelman to hear his stories … more
With Judy off this week, we’re reprinting one of her recipes from December 2011. This is one of her first columns for The Jewish Star — all food, no Jerry. A s a personal chef, I am … more
Last Friday at 12:20 pm, I picked up my friend Beverly and we headed to New Jersey to visit our dear friends, Janet and Lior Hod, for Shabbat. Our husbands were leaving a little later from the city … more
Last week, after writing about Jerry’s freighting experience in Israel, I was emotionally drained, and decided to just write about a yummy favorite on Chanukkah, sufganiot … more
Having not seen his 6 Israeli grandchildren since the beginning of July, my husband Jerry planned a trip to visit them. A few days after he booked his flight and notified his son Yoni in Efrat (along … more
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