Food
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N o one really knows what our ancient ancestors ate in their caves, but scholars who have studied them believe they ate mostly vegetation, and some evidence shows they ate as much as 4 to 6 pounds of … more
Purim, which is celebrated on the 14th of Adar (this year, 14 Adar II, starting on motzei Shabbat on March 24) commemorates the saving of the Jewish people from Haman’s plot to kill … more
The most rushed meal in America has to be the weekday breakfast. Instant drinks, instant oatmeal, cold cereal and toaster pastries are not on any list of the best way to start the day, and we have … more
A New York Jewish community has created what it believes is the world’s longest challah, and hopes it’s recognized as a Guinness World Record. The effort to shape and bake the … more
It is 30 degrees outside, and the wind is howling. It’s amazing how fast winter appears. Sometimes I wonder why I stay in this climate. My nose is always freezing, my lips, … more
Dining at the Milky Way was an experience — kosher food with zip and a dash of ethnicity served up in a cozy atmosphere where family photos and Leah’s paintings lined the walls. It … more
It is January, the coldest and longest winter month (remember winter did not start until Dec. 21 and March often heralds the start of spring, so January wins this cold, dark distinction). … more
Thick, aromatic and brimming with good taste, soup is the perfect food in cold weather. Each spoonful warms and comforts like nothing else. Besides chicken soup — the panacea for what ails you … more
The majesty of afternoon tea. No need to shell out megabucks in a fancy hotel for this refined pastime. Tea time is one of the simplest ways to entertain. It can be casual or swanky, and the guest … more
It is 30 degrees outside and the wind is howling. It’s amazing how fast winter appears. Sometimes I wonder why I stay in this climate. My nose is always freezing, my lips are always chapped, … more
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