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Summer, my favorite season, is here. of the year. I love the beach, I love the ocean, I love the easy living, and I love cooking LESS! Yes, true confession — I can’t wait for … more
June is flying by. Shavuot has passed and the grill is waiting to be called up for active duty, if only the weather would cooperate. Soon it will be Father’s Day. I remember always being … more
It was a typical one-hour flight from Edinburgh to Shetland; tea and biscuits (cookies) were served by a smiling tartan-clad stewardess. My heart flipped as the little Saab plane bumped over the … more
As I write this on the evening of Mother’s Day, I think about my own mother who, to be honest, was not a very good cook. She had absolutely no interest in cooking or baking. She was a … more
When the first Passover seder begins on the 15th day of Nissan — next Friday night, April 15 — it will be the first time since 2019 that many of us will gather in person, anticipating … more
Pesach. Ahhh, so many memories. I loved helping my mom clean the house, line the cabinets with shelving paper and the counters with contact paper (I’ll have you know there was not one … more
With COVID numbers down, and more family and friends expected at Passover seders, hosts seem to be going all out this year with homemade cooking. They likely won’t … more
Purim, which begins at sunset on Wednesday, March 16 — the 14th day of Adar — is the most jubilant holiday on the Jewish calendar, a celebration of good over evil, the defeat of … more
While Shabbat comes every week, bringing rest to Jewish families everywhere, it’s always exciting to be told that a new spice and flavor may be added to our Friday nights. This is … more
In many homes, Super Bowl Sunday — Feb. 13 — has taken on the characteristics of a holiday, right down to the rituals and foods associated with the big day. Despite the lingering … more
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