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So I'm not my grandmother or my mother

Note: another one of those posts with 2 recipes so make sure to look at both!

My maternal grandmother, Esther Bloch Rosenberg of blessed memory, apparently used to wake up at 5 a.m. 1,332 more words

Worms in the Flour

by Jacqueline Jules (Arlington, VA)

The sweet smell of baking bread
widened your nostrils, then your eyes.
“A girl who bakes bread!” Your face,
a nomad finding water in the desert. 251 more words

American Jewry

Love and Marriage, Part 3--Food

And so it’s done. My little girl, my first born, is now a married woman. I am still teary-eyed, but happy and content to know my daughter is married to the woman she loves. 1,000 more words

Challah Back! Bake Some Yummy Challah and Give Back to the Community

High Challah Day Baking, Tasting, and Giving

Washington DCJCC
Sunday, September 7, 2014
3:00 PM — 5:00 PM
1529 16th Street NW
Washington, DC, 20036… 115 more words

Cinnamon Buns

Last week I dreamt about my Mom for the very first time since she passed away over a decade ago.  In my dream I was laying in bed and she was sitting on the edge looking down on me, reassuring me that “everything was going to be alright,” an expression that I don’t remember her using when she was alive.   622 more words


Frozen Fridays: Marshmallow's Rocky Road Challah

Marshmallow is an enormous icy snowman born from Elsa’s powers. He serves as a brute bodyguard charged with keeping intruders away from her ice palace. The menacing white beast doesn’t say much, but he packs a powerful punch. 498 more words

In The Kitchen

Nice & Boring

The days of this summer are passing by with one day blending into another without much change. I don’t mind that. Sometimes co-workers ask EJ “How’s life?” When he replies, “Nice and boring,” they respond, “What? 907 more words