Tuesday, April 21, 2015 Iyyar 2, 5775
Promoting the pomegrante, and how lovely it will look on a holiday table
By:
Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
This year, right on the heels of Labor Day, Erev Rosh Hashanah falls on Wednesday, Sept. 8. There's the frantic rush to prepare all the traditional dishes -- chicken, briskets, kugels -- and, to symbolize a fulfilling and happy year ahead, apples and honey, and sweet cakes and cookies. A tradition that's often overlooked until the last minute is serving...
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Leave the carp in the bathrub, and try trout
By:
Eileen Goltz, JE Feature
I was raised like any good Ashkenazi girl to believe that gefilte fish was the fish course that automatically came before any yontif meal. My mom, balabusta that she is, made it from scratch. While I can make it from scratch, too -- thanks to all those year chopping and mixing the stuff for my mother -- I have updated...
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Savor the flavor of a bold holiday treat
By:
Eileen Goltz, JE Feature
There is no better fruit to use to celebrate the High Holidays than the fig. This rather exotic, tender, purplish-green fruit -- a fixture in ancient manuscripts -- is in season, and ready to be plucked from your store produce sections and celebrated with a festival of dishes. The best way to tell if the fig you're buying is ripe...
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The 'Big Red' taste is far more versatile than you might imagine
By:
Linda Morel, JE Feature
If a cinnamon gene exists, then my granddaughter inherited it from me. She and I sprinkle it on everything from oatmeal to vanilla ice-cream. It adds new dimension to French toast and grapefruit. And believe it or not, we love cinnamon in turkey meatballs and lamb stew. While in European cuisine, cinnamon is used as a flavoring in baking, cooks...
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For many families, back to school often involves new resolutions to be more organized and get more sleep. But the Main Line Health Heart Center has another suggestion: How about a lunchbox makeover aimed at increasing the chances your family's hearts will remain strong and healthy for years to come? Dr. Herman Movsowitz, Main Line Health cardiologist and co-director of...
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