Wednesday, June 3, 2015 Sivan 16, 5775
Not as odd as you might think
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Ellen Sue Spicer-Jacobson
For the Jewish holidays, consider expanding your kosher menus with these vegetarian dishes that incorporate fall foods such as sweet potatoes, carrots and whole grains.
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Steven Cook
Try something a little different for dessert that still incorporates the apples and honey that form our taste memories of the holiday: Basbousa, a semolina cake of Egyptian origin that is moistened with a sweet syrup.
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JNS.org
Amos Hayon, an Israeli pastry chef based on Long Island, offers four recipes for Rosh Hashanah desserts that will be sure to satisfy those looking for interesting ideas.
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We're used to the quirks of the Hebrew calendar, which is based on lunar cycles. But this year features the earliest Rosh Hashanah since 1899.
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Welcome Rosh Hashanah with this trove of jams, including new releases from Aish and a philanthropic foundation.
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