In the Kitchen
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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
Judy’s off this week (getting ready for Thanksgiving, perhaps), so we’re reprinting her Thanksgiving column from 2012. As a kid, Thanksgiving meant a couple of days off from school, … more
Ever have a phone conversation with your cable company, SiriusXM provider, your wireless carrier? The other night I had two out of three. I don’t mind paying fees if I miss a payment date, … more
I had a choice to make. Do I write about the Mets this week? Or do I wait and see how they fare in The World Series. With my article due on the eve of the first game, I figure with all the … more
During a recent Shabbat lunch at our home with friends, my husband Jerry said that he would never visit any place in Europe that either expelled its Jews, or whose people werae notoriously … more
Judy’s off this week, so we’re reaching back three seasons — before the Mets were fabulous — to reprint a column from October 2012. Fall football Sundays and post-season … more
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