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Kreplach

Challah may have been my first introduction to Jewish food, but that was  an introduction of my own making.  Now kreplach, that was something my husband invited me to do with him.  I recognized even at the time what a … Continue reading

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Black Bean Salsa

Last year at Tu B’Shevat, I played the recipe to the letter with a granola that hit all of the components of the holiday.  This year, I went a little more with the spirit of it.  The holiday comes at … Continue reading

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Meatloaf

Looking back at the recipes I’ve tackled so far, there is a definite “comfort food” theme.  I don’t think that is just what I’m drawn to, all of the recipes I’ve seen seem to show a real preference for family … Continue reading

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Matzah Brei

So, Passover ends tomorrow.  If you are like us, you have at least a LITTLE leftover matzah.  Sure, it would probably keep.  Or, you could pretend that you were going to eat it next week.  But why waste it?  Turn … Continue reading

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Tu B’Shevat Granola

I really love Tu B’Shevat.  I’m not sure why.  Maybe it’s because my Dad had me out in the woods before I could walk.  Then again, it could be because I currently live in a concrete jungle and I go … Continue reading

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Chicken Soup

Are you feeling pretty good after baking the challah?  You should, that was a big one to tackle.  I hope you have some confidence because now we are going to take on part two of the Jewish Cooking Trifecta…chicken soup. … Continue reading

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