Food

A Taste of Spring

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Come spring most of us long for lighter fare, such as vegetables, fish and a touch of sweetness. Beet Borscht 8 servings There are so many versions of beet borscht. Most of them are made with beef… Read more

Hard Truths about Hard Liquor

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Drinking is very much a part of Orthodox Jewish life. At a shul kiddush, a wedding or a Bar Mitzvah, one is sure to find a host of alcoholic beverages including scotches, whiskeys and cordials. Read more

Super Soups

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Soup, glorious soup! It fills your tummy, nourishes your soul and brings you back for more. When the weather turns cold, there’s nothing more comforting than a steamy bowl of hot homemade soup. Soup… Read more

Warm Winter Dishes

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Bean and Roasted Tomato Soup 10 servings This is a hearty winter soup that can be made a few days ahead and will keep either refrigerated or frozen. 1/2 pound small dried beans, such as Great Northern… Read more