Saturday, February 28, 2015 AdarI 9, 5775

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Rivka Tal
It's hot. There is no denying it. And we would all like to get out of the kitchen ASAP. But then again, our conscience whispers that we need not forget -- and tell our kids -- to eat more fruit and vegetables. Summer is prime time for many of them, and it's fun and easy to try cold soups that...
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Eileen Goltz
SLICE OF LIFE There are times in your life when you've just gotta have that certain something sweet but you really don't want the guilt associated with gobbling up five bags of candy coins or a calorie-laden mega-doughnut topped with chocolate and filled with custard. That's when I reach for a cupcake. Deciding what kind of cupcakes to make and...
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A tribute to 40 years of artistry at the Met
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SPEAKING VOLUMES The Hal Leonard Corporation, which is known for making lovely books about musical matters and releasing them under its various imprints, has outdone itself with its salute to James Levine's 40th anniversary at the Metropolitan Opera. (In this case, the imprint is Amadeus Press and the book is, not surprisingly, titled James Levine: 40 Years at the Metropolitan...
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O my Gad! Josh Gad is the lyin' king of Uganda -- or at least his character, the mendacious missionary Cunningham, is, in a musical that musses up the silver-hair of Broadway for fun and prophet. As the prevaricating preacher of Mormon missionary positions in Africa, the cunning yet incapable Mormon elder has rewritten the religion's text to sex so...
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Louise Fiszer, Jewish Exponent Feature
BEYOND CHICKEN SOUP There used to be a joke that went: "If there was an Israeli guide to fine dining, it would begin and end on page one." Happily, today, there is a wealth of excellent Israeli restaurants to choose from and they could fill many books and many pages. Israel is indeed a feast for foodies, a melting pot...
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