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Seniors Meet Needs in Bereavement Group

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  When Rhea Applebaum joined a bereavement group in February of 2018, dating was the last thing on her mind. She had lost her husband to...

Text-based Parenting Support Platform Launched

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When Becca D'Onofrio had her daughter Charlotte two-and-a-half years ago, she was blindsided by how difficult parenting was. “I feel like it’s something that nobody...

Orecchiette with Ground Meat and Capers

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My good friend Kate Markowitz — she of the Spanish lamb stew and the egg salad — came to visit last week. Now that we are both safely vaccinated, we are free to gather indoors.

Vegetarian Dinners: Skip the Meat, Keep the Flavor

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These days, there is a lot of momentum around vegetarian eating.

Groats with Parsley and Olives

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This dish came together, as many of my dishes do, as an “uh oh.”
About 10 children wearing shorts and t-shirts jumping in the air outdoors

Summer Camps Plan 2021 Safety Protocols

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Although the second summer of the pandemic is approaching, Rabbi Joel Seltzer knows this camp season will be different from the last. “Last year was...

Immersion Blender — Can’t Live Without It

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My husband introduced me to a new love — an immersion blender.

The Secret Not-so-Jewish History of Gefilte Fish

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Some see gefilte fish as a delicacy, others as something too disgusting to contemplate.

Caramelized Onion Cod

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Caramelized onions are one of those ingredients that deliver so much more than the sum of their parts.

Dinner with a Nod to Korea

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I am a huge fan of Korean food — I love the soy, the sesame, the pungently spice gochujang with a hint of sweetness, the kimchi.