Recipes

Yield: 30 to 35 macaroonsJews who settled in the American South embraced and creatively adapted the new foods they found there, pairing collard greens with their griebenes and grits with...
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LIZ: Tsimmes is a sweet Ashkenazi stew in which the ingredients vary depending on family origin and tradition. The dish is often eaten during the Jewish High Holidays to symbolically...

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Ingredients:saltpeppersweet paprikapearl barley (gershli)large white beanssmoked goose breast(Adam orders from a poultry specialist who smokes his own and delivers them once each week when chulent is on the menu)garliceggsgoose fat/grease/drippingsIn...

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Yield: 6-8 servings2 1/2 to 3 pounds sole, flounder, or similar white-fleshed fish fillets, no more than 1/2-inch thick (any stray bones removed with a tweezer)Salt3 large eggsAbout 2 cups...

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Ingredients:saltpeppersweet paprikapearl barley (gershli)large white beanssmoked goose breast(Adam orders from a poultry specialist who smokes his own and delivers them once each week when chulent is on the menu)garliceggsgoose fat/grease/drippingsIn...

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"Manischewitz, look at that go!" When Apollo 17 astronaut, Gene Cernan, uttered those words during his 1973 walk on the moon, the kosher Concord wine brand he mentioned was his...

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photo taken by Allie Coremin, on January 10, 2011, CC licensingAdapted from The Sephardi Culinary Tradition by Elsie Menasce (The Sephardic Cookbook Corporation, South Africa, 1984) When Elsie Menasce’s ancestors...

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photo taken by Steven Labinski, on June 20, 2011, CC licensing. (Note: This article was originally published in Jewish Woman Magazine) Some starters, Etty Russo insists, are “a must” on...

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photo taken by Rebecca Siegel, on March 2, 2009, CC licensing(from Jewish Holiday Cooking: A Food Lover’s Treasury of Classics and Improvisations, by Jayne Cohen, available in print and e-book...

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photo taken by FoodMayhem.com, on April 12, 2009, CC licensingThis article first appeared, in a slightly different form, in Jewish Woman Magazine, Spring 2012 We’ve heard all their adjectives: ethereal...

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photo taken by Joshua Bousel, on September 8, 2010, CC licensingFor many people, Rosh Hashanah is the festival of apples. There are, of course, the newly ripened, crisp quarters dipped...

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