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Recipes to Calm a Nervous Cook

April 13, 2011, by

Please note: Norene Gilletz is a freelance kosher food writer. The Orthodox Union makes no endorsements or representations regarding kashrut certification of various products/vendors referred to in her articles, blog, or web site. Each year, Passover strikes an acute sense of panic in the hearts of most homemakers long before the spring holiday actually arrives.

Hanukkah Comes Early This Year, And the Potato Latkes Are Ready

November 21, 2007, by

Hanukkah comes early this year. You know that old joke? Jewish holidays are either early or late – they never come on time! The highlight, of course, was our Hanukkah party. The pile of latkes! The mountain of presents! The noise! The excitement! The squabbles! Then when we cousins started producing the great-grandchildren, Aunt Sally’s

Tantalizing Winter Aromas

November 8, 2007, by

With the change in weather imminent, if not already happening, we all feel the need for some healthy, filling and warm foods. These recipes are a special favorite if you are in search of something warm and delicious to serve your family. And there is little more inviting than walking into from a cold or