Tuesday, March 3, 2015 AdarI 12, 5775
Complement your "Thanksgivvukah" meal with these recipes for a dried fruit side dish and traditional Moroccan donuts reprinted with permission from a new cookbook celebrating Philadelphia’s Partnership2Gether connection with Netivot, Israel.
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A group of "Spice Girls" from Netivot, Israel, spent a week in Philadelphia demonstrating the cooking venture that brought them together as friends, catering partners and co-contributors to a cross-cultural cookbook.
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Think warm, tasty dishes made from pumpkin and squash
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Rivka Tal
Even if winter’s not officially here yet, it’s definitely pumpkin-winter squash season, so make the most of it in the recipes you prepare.
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Eileen Goltz
Chicken seems to be the go-to food when you don’t know what else to make. You can roast it whole, broil it, boil it and even bake it with the skin on or off. But now, let's get really "chicken creative."
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What better way to end your roast chicken Shabbat dinner than with a rich chocolate cake with a gooey chocolate center — all of it pareve.
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