Friday, May 22, 2015 Sivan 4, 5775

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Linda Morel, JE Feature
At a surprise 40th birthday party for a friend, her mother stood at their stove stirring a huge cauldron of simmering stew. The chicken, flanken, potatoes, carrots, dried peas and barley in the pot emitted an aroma that made the offerings prepared by the caterer brought in by my friend's husband pale in comparison. "This is Lynda's favorite food," her...
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And other culinary questions from college
By:
Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
For many of our college-bound kids, back to school means living on their own for the first time. The realization that their apartment doesn't include a cook or a kitchen consultant (aka Mom) can be more than a little shocking. I used to get panic phone calls regularly with questions like "How long does it take to boil water?," "How...
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Wars and remembrance: Two stories, two legacies -- one thread of history
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Etty-tude: It is what kept Etty Hillesum, a Dutch Jew caught in the clogs of the Holocaust and the concentration camp at Westerbork, able to maintain dignity even as the Nazis damned her future. "If I should not survive," she wrote, "how I die will show me who I really am." Who she was is the subject of Susan Stein's...
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Kenny Solms ... a Jewish Don Quixote? Tilting at windmills has generated the solar power to outshine others in the TV industry, where Peabody and Emmy have double-dated with writer Solms over the years as Dulcineas accompanying the dulcet tones of his scripted words for such icons as Carol Burnett and Neil Diamond. Is he our very own Man of...
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By:
Linda Morel, JE Feature
Beets have never been a sexy food. They bring up images of someone's bubbe stirring borscht -- the hearty beet soup hailing from Eastern Europe. Although many people shun these bulbous roots, I have always loved beets for their brilliant garnet color and their assertively sweet taste. Blessed with more sucrose than any other vegetable, beets have recently caught the...
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Old City Jewish Arts Center
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