Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Nisan 16, 5774
Fresh, canned or dried cranberries add a festive touch to everything from breads and desserts to entrees and sandwiches. So get creative with these delightful recipes. Cranberries are also rich in antioxidants, as well as good for the bladder. For Thanksgiving breakfast -- or anytime you're craving something sweet and tart -- try these flavorful treats. Cranberry-Praline Quick Bread (dairy)...
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This is the holiday of turkey; there's really no getting around that. But that doesn't mean you have to buy a huge bird and stuff it. Turkey is an especially versatile meat, easy to handle and cook, and it boasts health benefits over fattier fare. These recipes come courtesy of a brand-new book called Enlitened Kosher Cooking by Nechama Cohen,...
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For the 'be all' of Thanksgivings, make dessert first - See more at: http://je.pliner.com/article/11213/Perfectly_Pie/#sthash.MLQpgibi.dpuf
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Ethel Hofman
This year, as usual, we're going to celebrate Thanksgiving with family -- but not at our house. Instead, we'll be with our grandchildren, Nicole and Jonathan, whose parents have an even larger dining room. Since I don't have the lion's share of cooking and setting up, I'm making the pies with their help. Not just the usual pies -- the...
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It's healthy, it's adaptable, and it's just about everywhere
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Ethel Hofman
Tofu! Lately, it's the ingredient that's commanding more shelf space in the marketplace. And shoppers are grabbing the soy-based product in every form. From milk to fake "ground round," hickory-smoked "turkey" and frozen desserts, this is a skyrocketing expansion on the look-alike "bacon bits" that have been around for decades. Why the growing popularity? Nutritionally, tofu is a solid source...
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Well, not so much toil!
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Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
It's as predictable as falling leaves -- with the first crisp days of autumn, my mind turns to heartier and more sustaining menus. A month of holiday meals to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, breaking the fast of Yom Kippur and dining under the stars for Sukkot is now over, and reawakened appetites and busy back-to-school schedules replace these Jewish holiday routines...
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