| By Kara Marziali |
| Thursday, 10 April 2014 14:13|
altYou’ve done this dozens of times before. You watched your mom and bubbe prepare for Pesach when you were a child. So, chances are you’ve got things covered. But in case you don’t, food writer, lecturer and kosher cooking instructor Joan Kekst has some great ideas to help ease your Passover anxiety. (Unfortunately, she has no advice on how to deal with crazy Uncle Leon!)
One Week Ahead
Schedule and complete major cooking to freeze. Make extra ice. Purchase vegetable staples, potatoes, onions, carrots, dried fruits, nuts, soda pop. Line storage cabinets and counters; clean refrigerator; reserve area for hametz. Wash Passover pots/pans, dishes, flatware, candlesticks, Seder plate.
| By Adam Soclof |
| Thursday, 10 April 2014 14:12|
altJTA+ – Ritz has a new bacon-flavored cracker hitting shelves – with kosher certification.
The signature O.U.–Dairy symbol appears on the box of the Nabisco nosh.
“There was much discussion over the decision about this product,” acknowledged Rabbi Moshe Elefant, COO of the Orthodox Union Kashrut Department. “The reality is, there’s nothing close to bacon in this product – artificial bacon flavorings give it the ‘bacon flavor.’
“Nobody’s going to think this is actual bacon,” he added, noting the packaging, which has the words “Artificially Flavored” in large type right below the word “Bacon.”
| By Alison Gutwaks |
| Thursday, 10 April 2014 14:09|
/IMP GroupPlanning for Passover involves food-related tasks. For the Seder, many of us focus on traditional family recipes because they remain favorites. But the remaining six days also need to be considered. Here are some post-Seder recipes for the rest of the week.
Simply Pesadik Pecan Matzah Granola
By Alison Gutwaks
Serve over yogurt or eat by the handful
3 cups OSEM Israeli Matzah Farfel
1/2 cup Coarsely Chopped Pecans
1/4 cup Olive Oil
2 Tbs. light brown sugar
2 Tbs. maple syrup
| Thursday, 10 April 2014 14:03|
Left to right, Samantha Faria, Rebecca Bak, and Andrea Pepin /KIT HASPELThe Passover Seder Survival Guide, a program of the Jewish Outreach Institute and funded locally by the Alliance with additional funding from the Women’s Alliance Endowment Fund, took place on Thursday, April 3.
Kit Haspel, the Director of Interfaith Outreach at the Jewish Alliance offered Passover information and ideas to parents of other religious backgrounds raising Jewish children. She also shared two recipes for haroset.
| By admin |
| Thursday, 10 April 2014 12:48|
BIRTH – Alexandria Lynn Lopes was born on Feb. 4. She was welcomed home by her big sisters, 3 year-old Ava and 16 year-old Victoria and Mom and Dad Kelly and Farron Lopes. Mom, Kelly Lopes, is employed at the Jewish Alliance of Rhode Island’s Accounting Department.
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