Food
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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
Nothing says comfort like a warm bowl of soup on a cold day. As winter approaches, we look to make food choices that matter. Like the other “good book” says chicken soup is good for our soul. more
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