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Simplest Pumpkin Tartlets

In case you didn’t get enough pumpkin pie last week, or in case you are looking for a way to use the pumpkin that you bought and didn’t use, these tarts are a revelation.

Triple Threat Salad

I have written before about a Turkish onion salad that is versatile, simple to make and is adaptable with different ingredients.
Tova du Plessis is a short, white woman with short hair and bangs wearing a pink t-shirt working in an industrial kitchen, holding a large mixing bowl.

Essen Pastry Chef Tova du Plessis ‘Beat Bobby Flay’

Pastry chef Tova du Plessis has kept a secret for more than two years. At the end of 2019, du Plessis, owner of the South...

Kale Salad: Delicious and Low Effort

I am a fan of kale salad.

Crystal River, Florida: Tranquility Amid Manatees

By Jeff and Virginia Orenstein Note: We recommend that travelers follow CDC guidelines and check with each mode of transportation and specific venue of interest...

Ten Thing to Do Over the Winter

Even with the weather getting colder and the days getting shorter, there are still plenty of events to attend in the Philadelphia area

Gift Guide 2021: Prepare for Early Chanukah

With Chanukah sneaking up on us early this year, starting Nov. 28, we’re just lucky the holiday is eight days long, giving procrastinators a...

The Many Lives of a Sufganiyah: Celebrating Doughnut Diversity for Chanukah

Gefüllte krapfen” isn’t exactly a German phrase that whets one’s appetite. In fact, the Hebrew “sufganiyot” rolls off the tongue much more smoothly. But each...

Dispatches from Italia on Jewish Food

On a recent trip to Italy, I uncovered some culinary gems that say grazie to both the past and present Jewish communities.
Andrew Galitzer is a white man with short hair and glasses holding a pencil and drawing pad. He is leaning against a stone wall.

Student’s ‘Torah Comics’ Inspire Book, Activism

Growing up outside of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and attending Jewish day school, Andrew Galitzer was deemed a “doodler” by his rabbi, who insisted that...