Sunday, July 13, 2014 Tammuz 15, 5774
By:
Sybil Kaplan, JTA
Breaking the fast has its own set of traditions. Egg and cheese dishes — dairy products in general — are popular among the Ashkenazim for the first foods after Yom Kippur. But traditions vary from country to country.
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Find everything from fresh to fermented juices
By:
Debra Kamin, Inside Magazine feature
Learn why fresh iuice is is as much a part of historical Israeli cuisine as hummus and pita.
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It was business as usual at Hymie's delicatessen on Friday morning, just one day after a truck plowed into the popular Main Line eatery.
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By:
Steven Cook
Try something a little different for dessert that still incorporates the apples and honey that form our taste memories of the holiday: Basbousa, a semolina cake of Egyptian origin that is moistened with a sweet syrup.
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Not as odd as you might think
By:
Ellen Sue Spicer-Jacobson
For the Jewish holidays, consider expanding your kosher menus with these vegetarian dishes that incorporate fall foods such as sweet potatoes, carrots and whole grains.
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