In the Kitchen
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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
On Sunday night, 34.3 million viewers tuned in to view the 2016 Academy Awards. And as I do each year, I tuned in as well. The show tends to be about two hours too long and 90 percent of the awards … more
Having returned home from a cruise to the Caribbean, I was sufficiently rested, and wasn’t thinking about another vacation till next year. That was, till my husband Jerry mentioned skiing … more
Although the Super Bowl is over, and you’re likely sick of hearing about my sports teams and complaints, just one more article, and then it’s safe to say, my sports life will fade to … more
Two weeks ago, my husband Jerry and I embarked on a 10 night cruise to the Caribbean. Aside from loving cruising and being with good friends, I was also looking forward to some creative writing … more
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
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