Tuesday, June 30, 2015 Tammuz 13, 5775

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The title is a shocker: A Jew Must Die. When the book first appeared in the mails, I thought that the small-scale paperback -- so different in shape and design than most books I usually receive -- might be some anti-Semitic tract, and that the title had been chosen to be purposefully scandalous, and to frighten and provoke. But the...
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SPEAKING VOLUMES In the long relationship that Jews have had with the comic strip and its cousin, the comic book, Milt Gross stands as the missing link between the first and second halves of the 20th century. That's part of the thesis expounded in Is Diss a System?: A Milt Gross Comic Reader , edited and introduced by scholar Avi...
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Tips for the dinner host to eat well -- and relax
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Linda Morel, Jewish Exponent Feature
WHAT'S COOKING? Recently, my niece mentioned a friend's successful career. "She's her boss's 'go-to' person." " 'Go-to' person?" I asked. "Yes, she's the one her boss turns to when she wants fast, reliable results," replied Susan. At the time, I was making dinner and it occurred to me that I could use some fast, reliable recipes. As Susan extolled the...
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Linda Morel, Jewish Exponent Feature
WHAT'S COOKING? The first time we hosted Pesach, I was so busy cooking that I neglected the most essential part of the meal -- the seder's ceremonial foods. "Did you buy horseradish root?" my husband asked. "Isn't the bottled stuff good enough?" I replied. "Yes, but I like a real root on the seder plate," he said. "And where is...
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Ethel Hofman, Jewish Exponent Feature
THE JEWISH KITCHEN With a record number of new Passover foods and prize-winning wines flooding the supermarkets these days, planning Passover seders has never been easier. You can add sparkle to dishes with items like Leiber's Macadamia Oil (great for your own salad dressings and marinades), an upscale line of wine jellies from Oshra Tishbi in tantalizing flavors such as...
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