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Nontraditional Sweets to Break the Fast

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In many Sephardic cultures, the first bite to break the fast is traditionally something sweet — a piece of cake, dried fruit, sugared nuts,...

Jews of Philly Fashion: Gabrielle Mandel

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It’s the newest edition of Jews of Philly Fashion, introducing you to the Chosen few who dress our city. They might mix wool and...

Smoked Fish Dip

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This evokes a whitefish salad-type vibe, which seems appropriate for a break the fast meal. The recipe makes about 1¼ cups of dip. Depending...

Sciue Sciue Pasta

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“Sciue, Sciue” is a term in the Neapolitan dialect that translates as “hurry, hurry.” True to its name, the dish is a snap to...

Philadelphia Pastry Chef Abby Dahan Wins ‘Chopped Sweets’ Episode

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When Parc Rittenhouse Executive Pastry Chef Abby Dahan won an episode of the Food Network’s “Chopped Sweets,” friends and co-workers clamored for details about...

Move from Summer to Fall With Fresh, Seasonal Salad

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As I move through the late summer, salads seem to call my name. Part of it, certainly, is that they are sustaining yet refreshing on...

Creamed Corn, a Heavenly Summer Indulgence

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Sweet corn is in season for a relatively short time and should be enjoyed to the max. I am happy to gnaw it right...

Classic Rosh Hashanah Comfort Cooking

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By Linda Morel This year has been like no other. COVID-19 has changed the way we work and play, who we see and how we...

Rosh Hashanah Lunch Reimagined

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By Linda Morel Several years ago, I realized hosting lunch on Rosh Hashanah had become routine, something that bothered me. Bagels and lox were always on...

Smoked Salmon Summer Salad

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This dish came together as a delicious, healthy lunch, which I then made again and again for the next three days — it was...