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This comforting soup is a cross between a meaty borscht and my current obsession: caramelized cabbage. Both the flanken and cabbage lend a hand in its richness. You might just find yourself not … more
After Gal Graber and Tal Goldman had a disappointing experience with a store-bought jachnun, the two Israelis living in Amsterdam set out to make the slow-cooked … more
Thanksgiving is the most widely celebrated American holiday, but this year, it’s going to look a little differemt — families in their homes, eating a festive meal separately, maybe … more
Even without celebrating Thanksgiving, until recently, Israelis ate more turkey than people in any other country in the world. This record was all the more remarkable because most Israeli ovens are … more
Thanksgiving usually consists of cooking on a level that Jews do every week … more
If you’ve spent time in Israel, you know tahini. The nutty spread, called tahina there, is made of pressed, roasted sesame seeds, and is served on just about … more
There are a lot of people who hate pumpkin. I am not one of them. I will put pumpkin in everything — mac & cheese, curries, enchiladas, and yes, of course, challah. I dreamed these up … more
As Chanukah approaches, you might be frying latkes and making applesauce in your dreams. The food is delicious and everyone is content and full — and above all, the meal is mess- and … more
The aisles are wide, the lighting is bright and freshness abounds at the new 67,000-square-foot Stop & Shop supermarket that opened on Friday in the Five Towns Shopping Center. … more
For Jews of Polish or Hungarian descent, the autumn festivals are synonymous with stuffed cabbage. Stuffed with rice (and often ground beef), the cabbage rolls — said to resemble a Torah … more
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