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JTA – When Susie Fishbein wrote her first “Kosher by Design” cookbook nearly 15 years ago, she saw an opening in the market for a book in the style of mainstream cooks like Ina … more
Congregation B’nai Israel, like many synagogues in Rhode Island, has a long tradition of communal cooking, for Shabbat, kiddush, bar and bat mitzvahs, holidays and many other events. At CBI, in Woonsocket, the biggest event of the year is … more
Recently, representatives from the three religious groups on Aquidneck Island, the Newport Havurah, Temple Shalom and Touro Synagogue, prepared the shopping bags for the annual community High Holiday … more
(The Nosher via JTA) – On my fourth day back at work as a high school counselor following three months of maternity leave, I am keenly aware of just how little time exists in each day. Time and sleep (and coffee) are the hottest commodities in my … more
Nibblers will want to sample more than 25 noshes prepared by Temple Beth-El members at the “World Series of Jewish Noshes” on Oct. 26 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at 70 Orchard Ave., Providence. A judges’ panel will award the title of … more
Here are a few recipes from Susie Fishbein’s final book in the “Kosher by Design Series.”  Published earlier this year in “Kosher by Design: Brings it Home” these … more
The Nosher via JTA – I don’t know when the craze over “unicorn foods” became the trend, but it’s hard to scroll through Facebook or visit a Starbucks without seeing an … more
(The Nosher via JTA) – This cake is inspired by the uber-popular Israeli sweet lemonade, that’s always punched up with fresh mint, called limonana. Limonana is really just a simple drink, but it has taken Israel by storm over the last … more
StatePoint – Do you have dinner with your kids? It’s become almost a luxury today, with our crammed schedules. And yet, numerous studies show that no other hour in your children’s day will deliver as many emotional and psychological benefits … more
Asparagus is one of the many foods that signal spring. Although you can buy it year-round in the vegetable section of your supermarket, it is never better than at this time of the year. Did you know that the Romans cultivated asparagus as far … more
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