Food

Hot Chocolate: A Love Affair

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Because I love chocolate, I was thrilled to learn that Jan. 31 is National Hot Chocolate Day. What could be better than a day...

New South Philly Shop Pays Homage to Traditional Jewish ‘Appetizing Stores,’ Features Artisanal Smoked...

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Lauren Biederman started working in the restaurant industry when she was 15. After bussing tables and hosting, she moved to serving and bartending, later taking...

One-Dish Chicken Dinners

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Cooks love a one-dish meal. And winter really lends itself to this type of cooking — these dishes generally involve a lengthy simmer or...

Hot Beverages for Winter Socials

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Winter is upon us and, normally, that means holiday parties, indoor gatherings and lots of time with extended family and friends. But not this...

Green Curry Chicken

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With the chill in the air these days, I am craving hearty, warming foods. Stews, soups, roasts, casseroles. Lately, I’ve branched out from my typical...

Ginger-Soy Braised Salmon

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I love salmon seasoned with ginger and soy. The flavors complement the fish beautifully and provide a simple way to add interest and variety...

The Easiest Chanukah Donut Recipe Ever

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This article originally appeared in The Nosher. Latkes are far more popular during Hanukkah than doughnuts here in the U.S. While you can find...

Recipes: Chanukah Foods You Can Deliver to Loved Ones

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LINDA MOREL | JE FOOD COLUMNIST By now, certain things are abundantly clear. The pandemic will pose a threat until vaccines are widely distributed. The...

Chanukah Foods From Around the World

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North American Ashkenazi Jews may associate Chanukah celebrations with potato latkes and sufganiyot, but there’s nothing in the Maccabees story that says these are...

‘Latke-Coated’ Fish Is a Perfect Recipe for Chanukah

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I am forever looking for ways to mix up the traditional holiday dishes. I want to color more or less inside the lines, but...