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I love a good cookbook,  one with plenty of recipes that sound delicious, look tasty and have a lighter, contemporary feel. Paula Shoyer, known as “the Kosher Baker,” has more … more
Several new Kosher cookbooks have been published in the last few months. These are lovely books with beautiful photographs and recipes that sound delicious. And you don’t have to keep a Kosher … more
(The Nosher via JTA) – I recently stumbled upon a Yemenite Jewish cookbook from the early ’60s called “Yemenite & Sabra Cookery,” by Naomi and Shimon Tzabar. It’s … more
(Family Features) – For many people, the New Year brings the resolve to just say no to indulgent food and drink, to inactivity and to a host of other unhealthy habits. However, you can also … more
BY SHANNON SARNA  (The Nosher via JTA) – The crockpot has never been my favorite kitchen gadget. I know people love their crockpots and their instant pots, but there have been limited … more
BY YVETTE ALT MILLER JTA – Ge             tting dinner on the table is a challenge for any busy, modern … more
(The Nosher via JTA) – As someone who runs her life a million miles per minute, but still values the fruits of a home-cooked meal, the slow cooker is certainly a mainstay in my kitchen. Because … more
(The Nosher via JTA) – Shchi, or Russian cabbage soup, is among the more well-known soups in Russia. It is usually made with white or green cabbage, but some versions are made with other green … more
(The Nosher via JTA) – In many homes, there is a tradition to bake Hanukkah cookies at this time of year. Whether it’s the sugar and butter mixing in the mixer, the blue and white … more
The Nosher via JTA – My mother was a first-class baker, and there were always homemade goodies for dessert at our house. So when I went away to college and needed a nosh to remind me of home, I … more
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