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Hello 2022! To help you with your new year’s resolutions, Jewish Rhode Island asked the folks at J-Fitness, at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center, in Providence, to share tips … more
There you are, flipping through your new cookbook, “Recipes and Memories that Nourished Us Through the Pandemic.” You see artwork and photographs. You recognize faces from the Sisterhood … more
(New York Jewish Week via JTA) – “Honey, I think I may have a buyer!” a man in a black suit yelled into his phone, pacing up and down his 10’ x 10’ booth displaying … more
These potato latkes are so good that posting the recipe alone is a mitzvah of the highest order. The Festival of Lights refers to a lamp in the temple that was supposed to have … more
It started with a question for Jonathan Gold. Hanukkah 2011 was nearing, and a friend sent a query to Ask Mr. Gold, the advice column of the late Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic renowned for … more
Hanukkah is in my favorite season. Yes, you read that right: I love the wintertime! The snow, the big sweaters and, of course, the holiday baking make a perfect combination for gathering and celebrating. My earliest memory of Hanukkah is watching “A Rugrats Chanukah” on VHS and helping my mom grate potatoes by hand for latkes, before we discovered the magic of food processors. more
(JTA) — Impossible Foods, the plant-based meat company, is releasing a long-awaited new product – but unlike the wildly popular Impossible Burger, it won’t be certified … more
BY RONNIE FEIN (JTA) – Some people think of short ribs as rustic fare. But they are an ideal choice for the High Holy Days – and not just because of the honey representing a sweet New … more
It’s almost September, and that means two things: the High Holy Days are upon us, and autumn is just around the corner. This is my absolute favorite time of year! I can already smell the … more
(JTA) – You hear it every year: The High Holy Days are either early or late, never on time. This year is an early one – real early. Rosh Hashanah starts at sundown Sept. 6, the night … more
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